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bamboo-studio:

viajante bar at town hall hotel, london
fev. 3, 2014 / 3 notas

bamboo-studio:

viajante bar at town hall hotel, london

mayradasilvac:

AGUADATOWN!Ph: Mayra Da Silva Modelos: Lorena Sisnadez y Vanina Sisnandez Make up: Tatiana MkpProducción: Mayra Da Silva - Luciana Gio Asistencia: Lyan Kaplun Vestuario: Luciana GioAgradecimiento: Tienda Rara y Cooperativa de Viviendas COVIVEMA 5
jan. 27, 2014 / 1 nota

mayradasilvac:

AGUADATOWN!
Ph: Mayra Da Silva 
Modelos: Lorena Sisnadez y Vanina Sisnandez 
Make up: Tatiana Mkp
Producción: Mayra Da Silva - Luciana Gio 
Asistencia: Lyan Kaplun 
Vestuario: Luciana Gio
Agradecimiento: Tienda Rara y Cooperativa de Viviendas COVIVEMA 5

jan. 22, 2014 / 4 notas
umbeblog:

Handplanes
jan. 12, 2014 / 3 notas

umbeblog:

Handplanes

korduroytv:

Wood needs to be protected otherwise it will split and crack. Here are a few good ways to seal your board.
Step 1: Water based polyurethane: paint it on and let it dry.
Leaves a durable clear finish on the board like its coated in plastic. 1-2 coats should be enough.
Step 2: Linseed oil: a natural way to finish the board that brings out the colors in the wood.  
Requires many coats for a durable finish. At least 2-3 coats with a day to dry between each, more is better. Re-oil the board anytime it starts to look dry. Be very careful when working with raw linseed oil since it is highly flammable and can spontaneous combust if the brushes or rags are not disposed of properly.  Step 3: Paint: any kind of paint will help protect the board; house paint, spray paint, or enamel.
Paint two coats to make sure you’ve got a good seal. If water soaks under the paint it will bubble and peel.
jan. 12, 2014 / 22 notas

korduroytv:

Wood needs to be protected otherwise it will split and crack. Here are a few good ways to seal your board.

Step 1: Water based polyurethane: paint it on and let it dry.

Leaves a durable clear finish on the board like its coated in plastic. 1-2 coats should be enough.

Step 2: Linseed oil: a natural way to finish the board that brings out the colors in the wood.  

Requires many coats for a durable finish. At least 2-3 coats with a day to dry between each, more is better. Re-oil the board anytime it starts to look dry. Be very careful when working with raw linseed oil since it is highly flammable and can spontaneous combust if the brushes or rags are not disposed of properly.  

Step 3: Paint: any kind of paint will help protect the board; house paint, spray paint, or enamel.

Paint two coats to make sure you’ve got a good seal. If water soaks under the paint it will bubble and peel.

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umbeblog:

Handplanes safra 2012
jan. 12, 2014 / 35 notas

umbeblog:

Handplanes safra 2012

showusyourquiver:

Name: @buckleyworks
Quiver: 
Body surfing quiver
jan. 12, 2014 / 13 notas

showusyourquiver:

Name: @buckleyworks

Quiver: 

Body surfing quiver

finisterreuk:

The Finisterre Hand Plane is here! Responsibly sourced and hand made in Cornwall. #coldwatersurf #finisterreuk #handmade
jan. 12, 2014 / 8 notas

finisterreuk:

The Finisterre Hand Plane is here! Responsibly sourced and hand made in Cornwall. #coldwatersurf #finisterreuk #handmade

suninrepeat:

a gift from a dear friend at the nascent Karma Surfboards #handplane #karmasurfboards
jan. 12, 2014 / 3 notas

suninrepeat:

a gift from a dear friend at the nascent Karma Surfboards #handplane #karmasurfboards

mmmikeylikesit:

Danny Hess x Jeff Canham
jan. 12, 2014 / 14 notas

mmmikeylikesit:

Danny Hess x Jeff Canham

pointseast:

Fresh batch of skate planes about to be dropped off at @bungersayville. Taking your garbage and making something cool out of it. #functionalart #handplane #bodysurf #longisland #pointseast (at Points East Shaping Bay)
jan. 12, 2014 / 8 notas

pointseast:

Fresh batch of skate planes about to be dropped off at @bungersayville. Taking your garbage and making something cool out of it. #functionalart #handplane #bodysurf #longisland #pointseast (at Points East Shaping Bay)

torpedopeople:

Points East Bottom Feeder, crafted from Marine Plywood found in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
15” x 8.25” x .5”
jan. 12, 2014 / 8 notas

torpedopeople:

Points East Bottom Feeder, crafted from Marine Plywood found in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

15” x 8.25” x .5”

kendaatlarge:

the tiny closet: starting small
jan. 12, 2014 / 855 notas
jan. 12, 2014 / 5 notas
happytimesahead:

My travels
New York City
August 2013
jan. 12, 2014 / 68 notas

happytimesahead:

My travels

New York City

August 2013

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