Posts Tagged ‘yobeat’

YoBeat and Todd Richards make me laugh!


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UofO tours nemo

Nemo set out to teach the UofO advertising students what producing a catalog and ad campaign was really like. None of those candy coated lessons you learn in the classroom. This was a real time schedule, budget and creative kick in the pants. Thanks to the students including, our buddy nick from yobeat for not only listening intently to the life and design lessons taught by senior designer Jay Floyd and Owner Jeff Bartel, but for truly ENJOYING IT! We’re glad we could shine some rather intense light on the ever expanding world of design!

Holy Oly Revival x YOBEAT x MertzPhoto.

This past weekend The Holy Oly Revival went off with out a hitch for the it’s 6th year now. Even the avalanche that took out Its usual spot for the course at Summit of Snoqualmie could not stop the NW best event from going off. Krush Kaluza and the rest of Snowboy Productions made it happen, with an assortment of jibs, bonks, logs, cobradogs and the biggest hip the Holy Oly has ever seen. Pro’s and random joe’s young and old came out to huck for that 1st place spot and a pallette… a whole freaking pallette of Olympia beer! Nick @ YOBEAT was awesome enough to trasnsport myself and video guy Austin Will to the event, Check out their site for more shots, video and contest results of the most Unholy Holy Oly, click here.

SnowDays Video Benefit

Snowboard Video Event @ Nemo from Austin Will on Vimeo.

Nemo’s own Austin Will and our good pal Nick Lipton of YoBeat put together a sweet little video premier at studio nemo Saturday Nov. 15th. They showed Airblaster’s new film August, Team Thunder’s new movie Gold Country, and Leeward Cinemas’ My Own Two Feet and Isenseven’s “Teenage Love Graffiti.”

With beer courtesy of Nike Snowboarding and Isenseven…it was a great night, no fights, no vomit, tons of new faces, prizes, smiles, and redbull! check out the whole story @ yobeat.

StudioNemo on!!!

YoBeat recently took a keen eye to StudioNemo, and put up the video from our last art show on their site. We love YoBeat and so should you. They are full of content making fun of a world that takes it’s self too seriously at times, I’m talking of the “action sports” world. Some of you know what I mean. Anyways, Holler at YoBeat!