The No Tell Motel reveals the first visions of Kai Neville’s ultra-hyped shred manifesto Modern Collective
It takes something more to be a daytime DJ. Paul Fisher and Leigh Sedley have that and more.
The make your own tee-shirt room was booming with people waiting 20 minutes to make a shirt.
Mike Losness and his lady showed up to make an assessment on the modern free-surfer.
Groms. Bros. Dudes. And Girls. Everyone turned out for music, food from Hapa Js and a sneak peek at the movie.
Things really took off when the hula-hoop girls from www.ihoopu.com invaded the dance floor. Needless to say: Paul Fisher was a fan.
Lets dance. Ian Crane, Luke Davis, Nick Rosza, Sedley and Fisher.
Blondes, brunettes and beards.
Star of the film, Dion Agius, caught making a custom tee shirt.
Kolohe cut Dusty Payne out of this image and showed his creative ingenuity. The new Dane? Well see. His assessment of the film: So f----king sick.
Kolohe again, thinking about going into the tee shirt business.
As dusk fell and free beer went down, bodies began to move.
The hula-hoop girls really did take things at the No Tell Motel to the next level.
As dark fell, anticipation rose for the first scenes of the film.
Dion Agius alley-oops in the French section are already a stand out.
Jordy Smith and Dion Agius: two parts of the Collective.
Dion said Kai sent some of the slow parts for the screening. If thats true, whats to come will change the way you see surfing finally.
Taylor Steele (top left in white shirt) assessing the job done by his protégé. His comment, Kais gnarly, he said after. I love what he did with the edit. Its right on. Cant ask for much more than that.