Lets admit it.. some of us can’t spend all day at the beach, hanging out, and surfing. So what better way to bring the surf back to your humble adobe than photos of your favorite surf spots or surfers? There’s no reason we can’t all have Kelly Slater in the living room, Rob Machado in the entry way, and a view of Pipeline from the office. To get your walls decorated with these fine prints please check out ID Printshop. This collaboration of sorts between the top photographers in the action sport industry is definitely some of the best we’ve seen, so check it out!
Currently prints are available for the following (with new ones being added frequently):
- Kelly Slater
- Rob Machado
- Shane Dorian
- Andy Irons
- CJ Hbgood
- Jamie O’Brien
- Nathan Fletcher
- Bruce Irons
- Dean Morrison
ID Printshop providing you with a fix for your surfing photo needs!
Episode 8 of the Volcom House Show, featuring Bruce Irons.
This year’s festival is at a secret location on the beautiful North Cornwall coast. So it’s sun and surf by day and at night you will be treated to the sounds of Dizzee Rascal, The Zutons, Mystery Jets, Friendly Fires, Hadouken! Noisettes, LadyHawke, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip and many more great bands!
To win 6 festival passes inc. transport, camping gear from Go Outdoors, booze from Red Stripe, Santa Cruz surf gear, gear4 outdoor sounds and more all you need to do is text GIG and your email address to 88010 e.g. GIG email@example.com. Texts cost 25p plus 1 std msg, ALL profits go to War Child.
For more information and to enter for free visit gigjunkie.net/bbl. Gigjunkie is a social network dedicated to fans, gigs, and the promotion of live music. It searches the web for gigs to create the UK’s definitive and independent gig listing.
Gigjunkie is supporting War Child through the organization of a student competition from March to May 2009 to win Beach Break Live festival experiences. Each time a student sends a text to enter the competition, 10p goes to War Child.
May 5, 2009: – - According to the SGMA, Congressman Ron Kind (D-WI) has introduced the Personal Health Investment Today Act of 2009 (PHIT) in the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressmen Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), Kevin Brady (R-TX) and Zach Wamp (R-TN) joined Kind in sponsoring the PHIT Bill.
The PHIT Act would change current federal tax law to allow for the deduction or use of pre-tax dollars to cover expenses related to sports, fitness and other physical activities. Americans could invest up to $2,000 annually to pay for physical activities by investing money in existing pre-tax Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Medical Savings Accounts (MSA) and/or medical reimbursement arrangements.