Byron Bay’s Sunski sunglasses: Returning from the dead

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Fashion on Tuesday 28 May 2013

Sunski sunglasses were practically an Australian institution, but over time people forgot about them and they were nearly lost to the pages of history. Enter American duo, Tom and Michael – saviours of the Sunski. Three years ago Tom returned from a surfing trip to Australia with a few pairs of the classic sunglasses in […]

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From the LAEM store: TIMBER sunnnies from skateboards

Alison Shepard Contributor

By Alison Shepard in New Products on Thursday 24 May 2012

Inspired by skate and surf culture, TIMBER creates eyewear and accessories from skateboard ply. Their Surf Glasses are crafted from eco-friendly wood and bamboo, and inspired by early boards. While their line of recycled belt buckles takes weathered skate decks and repurposes them into a cool statement of form and function. Select eyewear and accessories are available now in the Lost At E Minor online store.

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Korduroy.tv: a surf culture website

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By Jonno Rodd in Cool Websites on Saturday 28 April 2012

Korduroy.tv is a rad surf culture site brought to you by Cyrus Sutton, the¬†smooth Californian surfer and filmmaker. Korduroy.tv have transformed from a successful cult blog to a communal website featuring some of surfing and skating’s most creative craftsmen and women. Focusing on creativity and self-reliance, there is heaps of stuff on here. The must-see […]

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House Of Simple Pleasures

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By Andy in Video on Wednesday 21 July 2010

Since we last checked in with Sydney’s Deus Ex Machina they’ve been busy building stylin’ custom motorcycles, surfing the Aussie coast with Nathan Webster, and tearing around Sydney on fixies.

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Modern Collective

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By Andy in New Film on Wednesday 6 January 2010

In surf culture circles, the second half of 2009 belonged to Modern Collective. Six of the world’s most innovative surfers taking on world-class breaks suited to aerial surfing. This is no Endless Summer soul-search; it’s a film about the new generation of surfers creating a new style of surfing.¬†Throwing ridiculous airs is hardly a new thing, but the stuff these guys are going for – and landing – has been blowing minds. Surf magazine execs scrambled for early viewings, and as they held clandestine meetings in darkened apartments around director Kai Neville’s MacBook Pro the opinions were unanimous; the game has been changed, for good. This is the biggest surf film release in years, possibly decades.

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