The Mixplate is comin’ in hot!
Hold on to your coconuts and tag along with Sanuk’s Matt Meola to play a spiced-up round on a beachside front nine, catch up with Albee Layer and Alek Parker for a loco-moco style afternoon surf and then wash it all down with one of Maui’s most beautiful wahine-filled waterfalls… Shoots!
THREADED CITY - a surf short starring Matt Pagan.
From streets to freeways, buildings to homes, wealthy to poor, nature to industry, and friends to family, this city is all threaded together. Where totally different people, places, and cultures all blend within each other. A true aberration, Los Angeles is an extremely unique place filled with so much diversity.
Filmed and edited by Mike Pagan
Surfers: Matt Pagan, Matt Mohagen, and Dayton Silva.
Music: Montana by Youth Lagoon
Presnted by ONE 4 LA
Produced by Visual Oddity
SANUK presents “THE WORKIN’ MAN’S WAVE” - IMAGINARIUM 2012
This summer, Sanuk’s crew of delinquent desk jockeys set out to pay tribute to all the nine-to-fivers out there just working for the man and wishing for the weekend. You know who you are. Same shit, different day. Sanuk’s Imaginarium submission is dedicated to you and all the other underdogs and working-class rippers locked away each day in the three-walled prison cells we call cubicles.
Tired of the mundane water-cooler talk, the incessant phone ringing, your boss’ bad breath, the keyboard clicking, and the cackling hens in accounting? Of course you are. That’s why it’s time to break free of your gray flannel jail and discover the oasis you truly deserve.
Let’s chalk one up for the regulars, the early birds, the deadbeat janitors, the number crunchers, the copy-machine cowboys, and even the taco-truck lady who rolls in every day at exactly 11:35 a.m. Let’s chalk one up for every person out there with unfulfilled dreams of a better life. Let’s chalk one up for a vacation from normality. Let’s chalk one up for happiness.
If all you’re getting barreled in is a sea of paperwork, then it’s time to make work your beach. After all, even the worst day in the water is better than the best day at the office.
It’s 9:00 a.m. Time to clock in.