Tag Archives | Off-The-Wall

…Burton is rewriting the laws of shredology?

Jeremy JonesBurton’s Jeremy Jones Snowboard is a fantastic example of off the wall thinking that works well in the snowboard design environment.

    Rewrite the laws of shredology.

    Jeremy doesn’t let laws like physics, gravity, or city ordinances get in his way. The ultimate set of tools for the all-around freestyle specialist, Jeremy’s series gives him the power to step to any feature. His NEW 159 is a little wider, a bit stiffer, and more stable for those faster run-outs and bigger cliffs and kickers. The NEW Infinite Channel System™ offers unlimited stance options so Jeremy can easily switch it up in seconds.

If the board’s performace matches the looks, this is going to be one tough board to beat.

[Burton – Jeremy Jones Snowboard]

…Your facial hair is trying to tell you something?

Beard Alphabet

The Beard Alphabet is a fantastic example of an off-the-wall typeface that works extremely well.

Anyone want to grow these out for real?

[Via: FFFFOUND! Via: Tim Yarzhombeck]

…Soccer-Tennis is the best of both worlds?


Read enough Didn’t You Hear, and you’ll start to notice that I have an affinity for off-the-wall sports. Thus, Soccer-Tennis is right up my alley.

By combining soccer and tennis (three to a side, no ground contact, no hands, and three touches per play) it’s a best of both worlds idea that looks like it’s as much fun to play as it is to watch.

Now I just need to find a tennis court that I can take over…


[Via: UNEASYsilence]