Friday, December 5, 2008

Ty Paints.

My friend Ty Williams from Maine, via St. Augusine FL, via Brooklyn NY is a really talented artist. He's working hard to make a name for himself and as far as I'm concerned, He already has. Ty is doing all our work for cover art, titles, t's, posters ect.
Check out some of his doodles that he's been working on for the film. And, check back soon- were going to launch a website with an online store so you cool kids can be rockin' picaresque t's pre-movie-release. Rad!

Check more of Ty's art at

Sunday, November 23, 2008


Some artwork by Christian and a new cover shot of one of picreasques'  greatest talents!   

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Back in Black.

Glassed. Maybe I'll save the rest of this for a surprise for the film. Maybe not?

Saturday, November 15, 2008

New Life.

Every dog deserves another chance at life.
Recreation by Chris Christenson 

Friday, November 14, 2008

Pawn shop tubes.

I mentioned in an earlier post that I wanted to do something different with California. You'll be surprised how this turns out. keeping the words on these short. Letting the photos do the talking.
Christian Wach getting donuts on a 8'3" pawn shop special.

Thursday, November 13, 2008


So, we met this guy Lenny at the local pawn shop in San Clemente.  We scored a pretty nice 1969 vintage Hobie transitional from him.  Pretty sketchy character, but the board was a hell of a deal!
Stay tuned to what goes on with this thing.  

Sunday, November 9, 2008


Just a quarter mile down the beach the ASP was crowning the 2008 world champion of 9-foot shortboarding, while we ran up the beach to try and get away from the circus.  Finding waves isn't too hard in California.  It's more about trying to find a wave without 20 other people on it.  We managed to find a little more then a peak to ourselves and scored some late afternoon California gold.  
Photos:  Frank Egan 

Thursday, November 6, 2008


Were in California this week.  Trying to do something a little different while were out here.  Stay tuned for updates as the jet-lag wares off and I can stay up later then 9pm.  
Photos: Frank Egan

Sunday, October 26, 2008

A kid named Bob.

I got an email from, who I can almost call- our, "staff photographer" Keith Novocel.  He said there's this kid from New Jersey that we should shoot.  His name is Rob Kuliesk.  I had never formally met him, nor seen him surf but was eager to welcome him aboard this trip.  From what I knew about him, he was a cool kid.  Rode logs, shot photo's and has a solid record collection.  
But none of that really matters.  There's tons of kids out there that are on this program.  Their in bands, they shoot photos, they make stuff and drive van's stuffed with their entire 10 board quiver.  Rob's different.  He rocked up driving a 2004 mexican beetle with dinged up log strapped to the roof, a few wetsuits and an interior chuck full of camera gear.  Rob's surfing was clean- simple lines and smooth.  Out of the water it was much of the same.  His self expression is unique.  Here's some photo's that he shot on what I am now dubbing, "The Long Island 1000."