I recently took a little road trip, or long road trip I should say that covered 4,200 miles, 14+ tanks of gas (lost track), way to many coffee stops, and who knows how many beers and good times. After a short stint in Austin, TX. I packed my bags and headed back west. Made a quick stop in Colorado to visit the fam and then headed toward the Pacific Northwest to see some friends and visit the old stomping grounds before eventually driving down the coast to what would later be decided to be my final destination here in North County San Diego. After a quick stop in Bend, OR to meet up with the Cubicle crew on my zig zag route to Seattle, we decided we needed to get a website going for Cubicle and "officially" launch the brand. After zipping out to the Oregon coast for my first surf in way to long, and then a week in Seattle taking some much needed time to relax and hang with friends, it was time to start building the Cubicle site. Only one problem... I quickly realized, once I finally sat down to start, that we had no imagery to start building with. So I packed up and headed back to Bend to get to work armed with a camera. It was good to hang with the boys and get some work done in the process While Travis worked in the shaping bay, I grabbed some boards and started shooting some of the finished products before heading into his lair to capture the process.
I also got some time on the river to see the newly installed river wave on the Deschutes river running through downtown Bend and see some of the riverboards Travis has shaped in action.
Head on over to www.cubiclebrand.com to see how it turned out and to check out some surfboards. I've been updating it as we go as much as I can in when I get a some free time, meanwhile, Travis has been shaping up some mean boards. Both ocean and riverboards