Recently visiting the Sitzmark Club at the Alta Lodge in Little Cottonwood Canyon, I saw a legendary ‘Ski Utah’ poster from decades past. It inspired a search into vintage skiing posters. Below is a collection of some of the best ski posters from simpler times (& fictional :} ).
Pulled from the vaults of intriguing images collected from around the internet over the past few months and assembled into a mind blowing gallery, you’ll find a massive hodge-podge of stunners for your viewing pleasure below. Here’s hopin’ these tickle your balls (eyeballs that is).
A bit late on the uptake of this film (it came out in September of 2013), but after watching the nude skiing segment last night at the Banff Film festival in SLC, I started looking into Valhalla by Sweetgrass Productions. Holy fuggin’ shiz. You just gotta friggin’ watch these trailers – this flick will certainly go down as one of the very finest in its field. The psychedelic cinematography, music selection, and spiritual storyline is simply sublime. Gawd Deh’yum. GOTTA […]
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Holy ba-jeezus. Wearing only boots goggles and avalanche beacons, skiers and boarders in this video are closer to the snow than may be comfortable. This segment from Sweetgrass Productions latest ski epic ‘Valhalla’ is one of the more impressive bits of human will-power in the sporting realm you’ll see. BONUS SEGMENT! Below you will find the segment of Jungle skiing that was shot in the rainforest near Mt.Baker in the spring/summer of 2013. WOW.
Here are some musical treats for yawl to enjoy for the build up to the weekend. The first few are mellowed out gems, followed by some Latin inspired beauts, and wrapped up with some higher energy jams. Thanks to Penabranca for the featured image. CLASSSSSS-EHhhhh
Rafael Araujo has a unique perspective on the world. Through his highly refined work, Araujo tries to convey this view by taking natural events and applying mathematics, and parameters / framework to them- visually blending nature and the physics side of occurrences of the organic world. Intriguing pieces.
The level of detail in the work of autodidactic Arij Moka is next level type-a-shet. Just plain crazy. Based out of Leipzig, Germany, Arij spends months on a single piece, and years on a series. Moka’s work is certain to impress, and if not – get your vision/head checked.