As soon as Karl stepped out of the car a serious decision had to be made. The Cornish sun played her hand and kindly acknowledged that we solve this before nightfall. Well, if we wanted to get in the water.
The Plastic Project is entering its fifth year and is going from strength to strength. After spending ten years working on a surf magazine as well as being a freelance surf photographer, Tim Nunn came to a decision. He could no longer keep going to some of the remotest coastlines of the world without speaking out about the catastrophic pollution that was affecting them.
Nixon gathered 6 of the most respected, innovative and influential shapers in the UK together in one place at Walters - in St. Agnes Cornwall - at the same time - and gave them the challenge of Hand-shaping a ‘weird’ but functional board.
The 9th annual London Surf / Film Festival hits the capital 9 – 12 October bringing to the UK an epic programme of premieres, award winning features, underground projects, a live A/V show, stunning cinematography, and mind-blowing surfing.