Oakley sent skate legends, Eric Koston, Rune Glifberg, Ryan Sheckler & young gun, Curren Caples on a skate trip to Australia, along with Arto Saari as their photographer.
Somehow, I was fortunate enough to have worked on the digital experience with the seriously talented team here at Oakley. Our goal was to try and blur the lines between story, photos, videos & design and create what we're calling "Oakley Features." This was the result.
Static sucks. See it live: http://oakley.com/oakleyinoz
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Creative Direction: @adamehrheart
Photos: Arto Saari, Amber Dianda & Kirk Dianda
Videos: Kirk Dianda, Tim Irwin & Erik Bragg
Words: Chasen Marshall
Huge ups to @Victor Coulon for his curtain.js
6 months ago
What was the thought behind the image nav when you blow up a photo? Is this replacing One Icon mag? I figured you are using those buttons to keep a consistant break down for smaller views.. Anyway, looks killer dude - awesome work as always.
Its amazing! I've watched it like 5 times!!!
Great story, great video, great site.
@Mike Skon @Mike Arndt @Eric Hoffman Thanks dudes!
@Austin Neill Yes, and yes and thanks for the input homie.
Dam, you get to work on the coolest projects! Great work! Love that curtain effect!
Well done project
Very nice indeed.
its very cool!
sick! skateboarding FTW
Wah. So glad you used curtain.js for this awesome website!
Really dig this man. Great work!
Awesome as always man! Very well executed and very inspiring, you have the coolest projects!
This is killer! I love the responsiveness of it too! :)
What a cool company to design for. Nice work.
Awesome work dude, also everyone you just mentioned is a total legend, ESPECIALLY Arto, have you seen his Epicly Later'd episode on Vice?
Bet that was a crap project to work on (sarcasm). Looks amazing, love how you treated the body copy, also super sharp responsive!
I really love this scrolling page sliding effect. Great Job!!!
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