Everyone knows a Weather Beaten Bastard. So lets see ’em. If you’ve got Instagram join us @runamukvisuals and tag your shot #weatherbeatenbastards to win a dirty big prize pack from Ripcurl, Globe, Modom, Future Fins and us here at RV. It will be delivered in an empty bait packet via seagull.
Here’s the top runners so far
We dare you to still this old barnacles’ crab pots…
The bar was raised with this entry and it looks like this old hellman was raised by King Neptune himself. Both shots above are of the same Salty seadog.
One of the true legends of our town, Eggy had his noggin submitted by his young bloke, now man beast Jasper.
Take a look at this would ya… Conno rockin his fresh new doo for an arvo at the Surf Club… ‘Schooie of Gold thanks darl’
This weather beaten bastard was found in the back hills behind Puerto Escondido in Mexico. Coke is abundant, zink, not so much.
There is no doubt this head is beat but the guidelines set by Mr Castlemaine at the XXXX brewery clearly state: ‘NO CAT PISS’
KEEP THE ENTRIES COMIN’
NB: INSTAGRAM SUBMISSIONS ONLY
A note from the Director:
Brady and I have been mates for a longtime now. We’ve shared some good times, and most of those involved Sterns. So when a few beers leads to a brainstorm session we thought this time we owed it to ourselves to stop talking it and start walking it. The Weather Beaten Bastards is Runamuk Visuals’ first attempt at a short film, we shot the entire storyline in one day, no script, no shot list, no budget. We literally had change from a $50 note. We live and breathe this part of the world and while in real life none of us are quite like the bastards themselves, we sure can relate to the Aussie battler, why? ‘Cause its in the water up here.
It was the funnest project of my life and I would like everyone who presses play to view it in a different light to the everyday surf clips of the web. Kick back, get comfy, let her load up, go big screen, forget about work and take each moment for what it is… Good Times with ya best mates. Thanks, RV.
PS: Big thanks to Biker for coming onboard the project last minute, he was an as actor, photog, and driver in the film. King!
A few brief moments with the Sunshine Coast’s most infamous Outdoorsman.