Tag archive for make do

Make // Do Handplane

Make // Do for the 3rd Annual Slyder Cup. A piece of pine in the back of the garage, a strap from an old boardbag, neoprene from an old wettie, a jig saw, a power sander, some linseed oil and a few hours later a…

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Deja Vu

Our friend  filmmaker Eugenio Barcelloni  has journeyed through the Basque country for his latest project “Deja Vu” a super stylish reminder of those golden days of beach breaks and barrels past and those yet to come. DejaVu from Eugenio Barcelloni on Vimeo. A journey made of images,…

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The Process // The Darling Board of May

Words / Images: Rose Darling When illustrator / designer Rose Darling Boex found pregnancy was keeping her out of the water, she decided it was the perfect time to shape a board. It was a statement of intent as a surfer, an act of reclamation……

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MAKE // DO: CAMP STOVE HASH

Words and Images: Mat Arney Summer’s finally here!  For the next few months the light is green for living a more complete life outdoors – eating, sleeping and doing all of the fun stuff in-between out in the fresh air.  So, over the summer months,…

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Net Results

While Cornwall does its best impression of the tropics, the mosie net is doing a fine job as a defender of the strawberries. Mr. Blackbird had run riot through the  patch this morning, spearing as many ruby red gems as he could, like a drunken…

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MAKE // DO: Chai

Words and Images: Mat Arney  Additional Images: David Williams (where stated) “We had a kettle; we let it leak: Our not repairing made it worse. We haven’t had any tea for a week… The bottom is out of the Universe.” – Rudyard Kipling Until recently, if I went…

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MAKE // DO: Elderflower Cordial

Guide: Sarah Bentley   Film and Images: Demi Taylor Like the summer, elderflower has been a late bloomer this year but those heady, sun drenched, creamy blossoms lining the hedgerows and bridal paths can be transformed into a sublime nectar. Elderflower cordial is great with sparkling water, even better…

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Make / Do: The Chapel Changer with Sarah Bentley

Guide: Sarah Bentley   Images: Demi Taylor The swallows are back meaning summer won’t be far behind and while we’ve been enjoying a taste of the sunshine over the past few days, there’s still a chill wind blowing through the carpark at Chapel. There’s something special…

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