RRR Project

RRR Project People, ideas, art. Turn everything over (at least once).

RRR is a project formed to work with other like-minded individuals in an effort to create something aesthetically beautiful and socially relevant. We started by asking artists, photographers, and designers to take a look around their environments; see what you can save, pick it up, turn it over, and look at it in a different way. We continue today, asking artists and writers from various ethnic backgrounds and social classes to make art that is inspiring and meaningful. We are an inclusive group of friends constantly looking for ways to react and engage with others. Our work takes form through digital and printed matter, as well as exhihibitons. We are interested in the way artists see the world today, and we offer a platform to express these thoughts, concerns, and credos through shouts and whispers. The artists have given us the chance to mix their voices to create one loud howl. Our contributors range from legends in their fields to the new heroes of tomorrow, and each one gets an equal say in the project. Voices are considered from all parts of the world, and the list is growing.

Mission: Rediscover what was once left behind.

Legendz from KTv
07/22/2013

Legendz from KTv

:: Jay Nelson - Local Legendz by Korduroy.TV

Nelson started shaping boards in high school and then transitioned to shaping camper vehicles, tree houses and other artistic but useful pieces of beauty.

For more of Jay's work, visit jaynelsonart.com
Full dose of good vibes on www.vimeo.com/69043170

05/31/2013
Diosa De La Costa

film de peeps

Diosa De La Costa (Goddess Of The Coast) A simple homage to a majestic surf sanctuary, shared for the day with new friends. Featuring Israel Preciado, Lola…

Send some love to these bi-coastal warriors
04/24/2013
Indoek - A creative surf culture blog

Send some love to these bi-coastal warriors

Indoek is a bi-coastal, surf-centric blog celebrating independent waveriding culture mixed with all things creative and inspiring.

Buddy system support
04/16/2013
Indoek - A creative surf culture blog

Buddy system support

Indoek is a bi-coastal, surf-centric blog celebrating independent waveriding culture mixed with all things creative and inspiring.

03/23/2013
Future Positive - Carrie Maginn

Igor Termenón latest. Good message about artists becoming inventors and making what you need instead of waiting for it.

Carrie Maginn is the producer of the Stitch Lounge - an open lab incorporating sewing machines and studio space for people to come together and create a collection…

Dream job in NY for handy people
03/21/2013

Dream job in NY for handy people

SHOP HELP / BUILDER NEEDED

We're looking for a part-time helper in the workshop. Requires prior experience with detail carpentry, furniture or model building, and proficiency with woodworking tools. If interested, get in touch at [email protected]

Get Off My Bone
03/21/2013

Get Off My Bone

Throwback Ads 1991 - LEAVE ME ALONE...GET OFF MY BONE..CAUSE I'M DOING MY OWN!!

Go meet Frosty
03/21/2013

Go meet Frosty

An Evening with Frosty Hesson…author of Making Mavericks
Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
at the California Surf Museum

You will want to come early to have some one-on-one time with Frosty Hesson, a dedicated and fearless northern California surfer who has been taking on the challenges of the notorious break at Mavericks since the early 1980s. Over the years Hesson has trained hundreds of youngsters in the art of surfing, most notably 12-year-old up-and-coming sensation, Jay Moriarity. If this sounds familiar, think of the recently released box-office hit, “Chasing Mavericks,” and some clues should fall into place. Because of his colorful lifestyle and charismatic influence on others, Hesson was encouraged to write a book, and Making Mavericks was the result. According to the Kirkus Review, “Hesson ably captures the enchantment and inherent dangers of surfing in this distinctive memoir.”
It’s your opportunity to listen to and ask plenty of questions from a larger-than-life surf original. Parents are encouraged to bring their groms. Hesson will autograph copies of his book after the presentation and “Chasing Mavericks” DVDs will be available for purchase.
The event is free, and open to the public.
California Surf Museum, 312 Pier View Way, Oceanside, 92054. 760-721-6876 for additional information. Contact person: Jane Schmauss

03/21/2013
HuffPost

HuffPost

"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving."

-Albert Einstein

he's 4 and better than you
03/21/2013

he's 4 and better than you

It's safe to say the future of surfing is alive and well on Maui .... Kaleo Roberson pushing his 4 year old into a freakin' bomb!!!! Photo: DoomaPhotos

these guys remind us how great it is to be australian, too bad for us...
03/20/2013

these guys remind us how great it is to be australian, too bad for us...

AP shredder TAJ RICHMOND doing the Jump-off at the Pass. Photo by the talented Mr Heywood.

Aloha Shared
03/19/2013

Aloha Shared

PHOTO OF THE DAY
"Early 70's"
Share & enjoy the ALOHA!!

HIstory and Stories will never end. They will be preserved for the next generations to come.
www.thelostandfoundcollection.com

One of the shots you wish was your own.
03/14/2013

One of the shots you wish was your own.

:: Great Shot :: Midget Farrelly at Makaha '66.
Credits: LeRoy Grannis.

I don't know... but we missed it. Excellent show put on by the TheHeavy Mental, still some great photos and a funny vide...
03/10/2013
The Heavy Mental | What Are You Doing After This?

I don't know... but we missed it. Excellent show put on by the TheHeavy Mental, still some great photos and a funny video to watch online.

Last month The Heavy Mental was invited to London, England to host an exhibition at Ivory and Black Gallery. It was no easy task but with some serious help from our friends we somehow managed to pull of something spectacular. For those that weren’t there and for those that don’t remember being there...

Where did we go when we had...
03/09/2013

Where did we go when we had...

Waikiki 1937 in front of the Moana Hotel.

Bid id bid id 1,1,1,2m2m2,3..sold! to me, everything  (i wish) go bid and send it to me!!!
03/09/2013

Bid id bid id 1,1,1,2m2m2,3..sold! to me, everything (i wish) go bid and send it to me!!!

Correction: This is your last chance to bid on our Benefit Auction, which closes online today at 12PM EST (not 2PM!). Live Auction to follow this evening. There are still some great deals from artists we love. Thanks and good luck!

Thanks Alex Bec & crew from Its's Nice That! Always very supportive & we appreciate that!
03/07/2013

Thanks Alex Bec & crew from Its's Nice That! Always very supportive & we appreciate that!

Things:

RRR.003

Nice interview on Andrew Blauschild, just google translate it
02/25/2013
Imaginando la Costa : Staf Magazine

Nice interview on Andrew Blauschild, just google translate it

La costa este y la costa oeste de los Estados Unidos son igual de dinámicas, aunque presentan cierta dicotomía. Existen muchos estereotipos en ambas costas (que ...

One more amazing company
02/23/2013

One more amazing company

Head on over to PolerStuff.com to view an incredible photo essay by Chris Burkard (http://www.burkardphoto.com/) of an expedition to Eastern Russia to surf. Featuring amazing surfers, photography, and one of the best #adventuremobiles we have ever laid eyes on, this story has enough #campvibes to kill a horse.

Gotta love the comments on this post, its worth a quick read & laugh.
02/21/2013

Gotta love the comments on this post, its worth a quick read & laugh.

There's nothing quite like historical photos of glaciers to show what a dynamic planet we live on. Alaska's Muir Glacier, like many Alaskan glaciers, has retreated and thinned dramatically since the 19th century.

This particular pair of images shows the glacier's continued retreat and thinning in the second half of the 20th century. From 1941 to 2004, the front of the glacier moved back about seven miles while its thickness decreased by more than 2,625 feet, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center.

While historical photos like these show change over many decades, satellites are giving us a better understanding of how Earth's ice cover has changed in the more recent past. The satellite era, beginning in the 1970s, has given us a picture of accelerating ice changes in places like Alaska, Greenland and Antarctica, where the loss of land-based ice is contributing to global sea level rise.

Forty-six gigatons of ice from Alaskan glaciers was lost on average each year from 2003 to 2010. That's according to data from NASA's GRACE satellite, as analyzed by a team of scientists from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Their paper on global ice changes, as measured by GRACE, was published in Nature in February 2012.

For more on that study, visit: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?release=2012-036

For more historical images of glaciers, visit http://nsidc.org/data/glacier_photo/ or http://climate.nasa.gov/interactives/global_ice_viewer

Photo credits: Photographed by William O. Field on Aug. 13, 1941 (left) and by Bruce F. Molnia on Aug. 31, 2004 (right). From the Glacier Photograph Collection. Boulder, Colorado USA: National Snow and Ice Data Center/World Data Center for Glaciology.

plastic is fun
02/13/2013

plastic is fun

Recycled Art Foundation.

This is so cool....

this looks great
02/13/2013

this looks great

From December 2010 to January 2011, artist David Horvitz traveled up the California coastline on Highway 1, beginning at the Border Field State Park on the Mexico border and ending at Pelican State Park on the Oregon border. Horvitz stopped at fifty different beach access points to photograph the view of the Pacific Ocean, carefully placing himself somewhere within each frame with his back to the camera, observing the horizon in romantic repose. The Public Access project released these landscape/self-portraits into the public discourse: Horvitz began adding his photographs to Wikipedia articles about each of the coastal points, in some cases creating articles to correspond to the location. Horvitz's project proves that the flood of data that comprises the internet is not random or formless. Even in cyberspace, the public mind retains its capacity to self-edit, scrutinize and curate. Purchase here: http://printedmatter.org/catalogue/moreinfo.cfm?title_id=92942

The Fletchers... relavant in every way
02/13/2013

The Fletchers... relavant in every way

The Hole NYC presented Herbie Fletcher's "Wrecktangles" this last weekend along with a RVCA Pop Up shop showcasing Herbie & Christian Fletcher T-Shirts and other goods. Visit RVCA.com for a full photo recap --> http://bit.ly/XIJe5O

freedom
02/09/2013

freedom

Bodysurf legend Mark Cunningham catching a wave in Tahiti.

After school club!
02/09/2013

After school club!

an object of desire arrived: set of 3 vinyl - limited edition

red tape!!!
02/04/2013
Superstorm Sandy, the Aftermath Continues

red tape!!!

Long Beach, NY, 2/3/13, People still remain homeless due to conflicts between Insurance Companies and FEMA. The family that owns this house had 2 days for their insurance to get reports to FEMA before...

Anyone in LA tomorrow thru Sunday should come see us at the Leisure Labor table, so excited to be at the LA Art Book Fai...
01/31/2013

Anyone in LA tomorrow thru Sunday should come see us at the Leisure Labor table, so excited to be at the LA Art Book Fair. Our stomachs have butterflies.

This looks sick!
01/15/2013

This looks sick!

Ryan Tatar's BOOO!
01/10/2013

Ryan Tatar's BOOO!

Malibu, 2012

Excited to be an exhibitor at the LA Art Book Fair! Come see us at the Leisure Labor Table, we'll have a great selection...
01/09/2013

Excited to be an exhibitor at the LA Art Book Fair! Come see us at the Leisure Labor Table, we'll have a great selection of international indie pubs.

01/03/2013

This is a very thoughtful post from a friend, its something to really consider. Thank you Dmitri Siegel.

Dear friends, family and fans of my kids:

This morning I removed all pictures of my kids from Facebook. If you have any pictures of my kids on your Facebook account and you have a minute can you please remove them as well?

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. I just came to the conclusion that my kids' likenesses should be their property. The reality is that by posting photos of them I have been giving anyone and everyone license to use those images for whatever they like. I was exposing them to the possibility of having their baby photos appear on some tee shirt or above some Gawker article about how terrible parents like me are, or some Tumblr about kids eating apples, or something worse. Yes, these are rare possibilities, but I won't even let my kids eat beans out of a can that has a BPA lining (the Gawker article kind of writes itself).

It's one thing for me to share my own life and times and my wife decided to marry me so she kind of bought into the idea of living with my bad decisions. My friends can untag themselves or ask me to delete something. But my kids don't even know what Facebook is. I think they should have the right to whatever level of privacy they want when they get old enough to understand what "privacy" means. I say that with the grim realization that the idea of "privacy" will probably be unrecognizable to me when they are old enough to be making these decisions.

I know that it is hopelessly naive of me to think that I have actually "deleted" these photos. I know they live on in some server farm in Arizona and the intellectual property rights related to my kids' childhood memories are still quite murky. I'm also sure I won't be able to completely scrub the internet of the photos I've posted. Over the five years since my oldest was born I've probably shared images using a dozen different online tools and networks: Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, Hipstamatic, Mobile Me (whatever happened to that stuff anyway?), iPhoto, MPix, the list goes on.

I guess I'm banking on data overload and the general laziness of the average web user to cover for my lapses as a parent. I imagine that the slim digital profiles of my children will be archived to tape in a couple of years, and then in a couple more years they will stop making those tape machines, and then a couple of years later the last guy who knows how to fix the existing tape machines will retire. That's my plan anyway.

I'm not intending to pass judgement on anyone who posts photos of their kids. I don't expect others to do what I'm doing. I genuinely love seeing pictures of your kids and I have no plans to start a Tumblr about kids eating apples. I think your kids are so damn cute and I love keeping up with their progress. I hope that you don't find me too pretentious or self-important for writing this.

To be honest I'm really bummed that I won't be able to share these great moments with you so easily any more. I got lazy about trying to protect my kids because it was so fun and easy to share their photos and so hard and complicated to NOT share them. I really felt great when people "Liked" my kids. I was really proud when people wrote comments like, "So Cute!!!" or "He's a little Dmitri!!!!". I don't know what kind of impact losing all that validation will have on my mood or self-image. But one thing I am sure of is that my kids won't know the difference.

--Dmitri

Address

416 16th St
Huntington Beach, CA
92648

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 08:00 - 20:00
Sunday 08:00 - 20:00

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when RRR Project posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Museum

Send a message to RRR Project:

Nearby museums


Other Huntington Beach museums

Show All