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Thomas Campbell – Slide Your Brains Out

Southern Californian artist and filmmaker Thomas Campbell is set to release a new book titled Slide Your Brains Out: Surfing in General 1997-2012. The book captures 15 years of surfing and surf culture with ima... Read
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Thomas Campbell 'UMMMM' at V1 Gallery

Copenhagen's V1 Gallery has just finished playing host to Thomas Campbell's newest collection of works with a show entitled 'UMMMM'. The juxtapozition of Surf and Urban themes showcased by the artists great use... Read
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Thomas Campbell ‘UMMMM’ at V1 Gallery

Copenhagen's V1 Gallery has just finished playing host to Thomas Campbell's newest collection of works with a show entitled 'UMMMM'. The juxtapozition of Surf and Urban themes showcased by the artists great use... Read
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Nike Sportswear at The Montalbán Presents Cinema Tuesdays: Thomas Campbell's "The Present"

The Los Angeles premier of the highly anticipated surf movie by Thomas Campbell entitled The Present will be going down on March 10, 2009 over at The Montalbán as part of the wildly popular Cinema Tuesdays event that happens on a monthly basis. Presented in conjunction with Blisss magazine and ANP Quarterly, the night will feature a Q&A with Thomas Campbell, and live music with Ray Barbee and Mattson 2. On display will be an art exhibition featuring original works by Thomas Campbell, Kyle Field, Evan Hecox, Steve Keene, Alex Kopps, Serena Mitnik-Miller, and Nathaniel Russell.
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Nike Sportswear at The Montalbán Presents Cinema Tuesdays: Thomas Campbell’s “The Present”

The Los Angeles premier of the highly anticipated surf movie by Thomas Campbell entitled The Present will be going down on March 10, 2009 over at The Montalbán as part of the wildly popular Cinema Tuesdays event that happens on a monthly basis. Presented in conjunction with Blisss magazine and ANP Quarterly, the night will feature a Q&A with Thomas Campbell, and live music with Ray Barbee and Mattson 2. On display will be an art exhibition featuring original works by Thomas Campbell, Kyle Field, Evan Hecox, Steve Keene, Alex Kopps, Serena Mitnik-Miller, and Nathaniel Russell.