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Ellis’ romantic idealPosted 16 Apr 2012, by STABmag
Ellis Ericson holds the period of surfing from the early 70s as a golden one. Forty years after the release of films like Morning of the Earth, he shapes replica boards and studies that style of shredding implicitly. Here, in a short documentary piece with Surfer, he uses a few keywords that will incite fury amongst web commentators (insert “space” and “create”) but more than that, he shows a recent mastery of these boards at pretty serious-sized Desert Point. All the while with a slick style and without a leash. Impressive.
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