Malcolm is hitting the road again. This year's tour will include shaping stints in Australia, France, England, and Portugal. Things begin in Australia, March 13th to April 8th, where we will be continuing our collaboration with Rhino Laminating in Manly Vale. The guys at Rhino do top notch work, and have
Check out a nice interview Ken over at Things Is Cool conducted with Jacob regarding his recent Bonzer-inspired art show at Café Haleiwa. Below is an excerpt as well as the title image for the show. Things Is Cool: Why Café Haleiwa? Jacob Campbell: It’s been an outstanding offer that I do
It's no April Fools joke. Malcolm is headed off on another shaping excursion for approximately the first half of April. The port of call is UWL Workshop in La Rochelle France. The exact dates will be posted soon. Malcolm is looking forward to creating a new batch of Bonzers with Renaud,
The 5th decade of the Bonzer is kicking off in the land from whence it's name originates. We are teaming up with Rhino Laminating in Manly Vale, Sydney. Rhino does top flight work, and has Bonzer experience under their belt. They glassed the boards we built with Luke Short a
Daniel And Mikala Jones have put in a lot of quality time on the Bonzers over the last few years demonstrating the potential of the boards. They also have been very generous in sharing images with us, both video and stills. A 16mm film by Jeremy Rumas called Hangs
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From April 10th through the 20th, Malcolm will be shaping at the amazing UWL Workshop. We're excited to build on the relationship developed last year and continue making custom boards in the country. Contact UWL to get your custom order in for the trip. Here are some pics from last year's visit.
2011 marks the 40th year for the Bonzer, and we are pleased to announce that we are headed back to Europe and England to continue the "Bonzer Project". Forty years on, and interest in our work continues to grow. It truly has been a long, strange and wonderful trip. Malcolm will