Man, this video is just oozing with beauty. I feel so much joy and so much jealousy. Jealous because of the waves but more jealous of how amazing the cinematography is!! Watch and enjoy it.
GoHoBo for the bike and OMGTFTI for the truck.
What a beautiful animation.
Totem features creators and their story all over the world. This year, Bienal Comunicacion reached out to see If I could illustrate an animal, pet or spirit animal I identify with. I ended up stacking all the animals that are significant in my life on a literal totem as this years contribution.
Shoutouts to the Bienal gang. The bookl turned out amazing.
Korea was 5 months ago. I can’t believe I’m finally getting around to editing this. Well, its done. Enjoy.
Not much about my motorcycle lately. But I promise I’ve got a trip planned very soon.
As you all know, I recently bought a Toyota Pickup in red with no intentions to modify it. Well, I lied. My rationale is this is a functional thing. Having brighter headlights on a nearly 30 year old car is a must ;)
I really wanted the stock Panasport rims from the 91 Mazda Miata’s but those rims are 4 lugs. My truck is a 5 lug pattern so I settled with the next best thing. These RS-Watanabe reps. are very similar to that classic 8 spoke look. It’s not at all aggressive looking, and has a 80-90s vibe to em. I can’t wait to mount these onto the BFGoodrich Radial tires coming in the mail.
Taken near Mt Shasta. 10mm f4
Cause I’m too old to club now. Lol. In reality this songs about being too young in the clubs.
If you own the Sony 10-18 the Sigma 30mm is approximately the same size. The lens is equivalent to a 50mm full frame (52mm to be exact) and has an f.stop of 1.4. This is the lowest aperture lens I own this far. Can’t wait to use it with my Sony A6500. Photos and videos coming soon.
I just bought a 90s Toyota pickup in my favorite color. These are so hard to come by this clean. Most of the used ones I’ve found are owned and destroyed by construction workers, which makes sense, they’re made to be abused. This is a rare find for me and I can’t wait to turn it into a surf/camp truck.
FREEDOM, ONE OF MY FAVORITE RECORDS
I thought to myself while chumming the water with everything I ate this morning, bless my parents for escaping Vietnam on a boat much smaller than this. You’ve earned a new level of respect. Seasickness is no joke.
Two days before this. I took Dramamine, I bought CBD oil, I even got a seasickness inhaler to help with motion sickness. Nothing worked. I threw up at least four times at varied durations. I was even lucky enough to throw up while reeling up fish. I swore I would never charter a boat again the last time this happened. Yet I’m out here again.
You probably can tell by now that I love travelling to coastal places. Anywhere with a beach and decent surf I’m there. The ocean is such a common theme in my videos that It’s starting to feel the same. How many time can you film the ocean before its just redundant. Not this trip though. This was my first time, hopefully not the last time swimming with whale sharks. It got pretty sketchy out there. There were moments where I had to dodge two whales trying not to be mistaken as food. I’d definitely do it again.
planet dosed : EP10 Design Far & Wide With Hoang Nguyen
I recently linked up with Kevin Do in Portland Oregon to talk about design. Check it out here :
I’ve been training for a month now, which is cutting it too close for comfort. Generally you need to start training 3 months ahead, beginning with 3 mile runs, building up to 10 then tapering back to 3 a couple days before the race. I didn’t follow this regimen but surprisingly clocked in some good stats (to me.) 10 miles at a 8:10 pace. Some days as fast as 3 miles at 7:27 pace.
Stupidly, I didn’t read race details nor did I consider the name “Montara Mountian.” I’ve been training on flat road the whole time when in actuality I needed to train uphill, incline , dirt roads and trails. My advice for anyone planning to run a half is- see if you can get a hold of the route early on and try to run the route at least once before race day.
I’m happy to report back. I’ve finished the half and feeling happy and healthy. I’ll probaly keep running because it’s a meditative space. In practicing good health, I’ve learned its a solitary sport and I love it. It’s a time to focus on myself and compartmentalize the ideas in my head.
Ps. I started my watch late. Its actually 13 miles not 12.
PPs. I know the photo is glitchy. I dig it tho.