Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Greenroom Festival VIDEO

Greenroom was a Surf/Art/Music Festival held on May 30th & 31st in Yokohama, Japan '09. It was 2 days of absolute mayhem. There was a crowd of 10,000 people jump/dancing to over 30 International & Local Musicians.
So much Live Art, Installations, Surfboards, Photography and 2 awesome Surf Film premieres.

Take me back and come with

Greenroom Festival VIDEO from Elle Green on Vimeo.

RVCA blog

Thanks Matty B and Brock at RVCA-

Friday, July 24, 2009

Tokyo party times

Hell has arrived not dead but alive from Elle Green on Vimeo.

Makes me smile everytime! Miss all you guys! x

Monday, July 6, 2009

Greenroom Day Two

I arrived at the festival around 1pm. I was given an Asahi before any hellos.
Ahhhh joy!
Its going to be a good day.
Physco des

Not so crowded, still hot and overcast

Nice skatey

Passed out peeps all round

Mikey DeTemple's board from his film Picaresque

Mikey introducing Picaresque

Little self portrait

Cheaper Beeru stage right, go deep

Kassia Meador, surfer/photographer

TCSS- Jim Mitchell

shaper legend- Jon Wegener

Brazilian photographer- Jair Bartelo


Harrison Roach

I caught Donovan Frankenreiter backstage before his show- niiice

Outside stage and Yokohama backdrop

This photographer Buntaro Kato was soooo lovely. I gave him my book, he gave me a print!

These guys rocked my whole trip- Adam, Travis and Chris of
Bastard Lovechild of Rock n Roll

Sleeeeep child

The Critical Slide Society and Far East/Roial crew at the end of Greenroom.
Lets go eat

Greenroom Day One

The Flier- hmmm where to go and who to see?

Never enough, no way, not never, not ever

Jap kids all gnarly over the music

Backstage sampling some coffee- mmmm yes
Chris from Blorr, Jim from TCSS, Joni and Ryan Tartar

Inside madness

Mikey DeTemple- niiiice

Met RVCA artist Kelsey Brookes- he was lovely

RVCA Japan crew- legends

Photographer- Ryan Tartar

These skateboards were carved beautifully- I wanted this one

What up skater son

Ray Barbee Meets the Mattson 2 rocked it before The Present

Thomas Campbell introducing his surf epic- The Present