Some Assembly Required

Motion visuals showcasing the retrofitted talents of Nole Cossart.

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In the new issue of TSJ, author Ethan Stewart takes stock of Central Californian surfer Nole Cosart, including his familial fascination with historic surf craft—from alaias on up to building his own tweaked replicas of Tom Blake’s 1930s kook box designs.

In the article, Cossart reveals that his goal is to get barreled on such craft. In the short clip presented here, captured in one session with filmmaker Ben Weiland and excerpted from Weiland’s short documentary on Cossart titled Mr. Kookbox, our subject delivers.

For more about Cossart and his design concepts, pick up your copy of TSJ 29.2 to read his profile.