Here’s the best description of what’s going on here that I could find:
“Insight has launched an impressive art installation series entitled Dopamine,
from setting up underwater art installations with surf actions shots in
Bali and having re-created famous skate spots in the middle of the
The surf installation was inspired by Beatnick;, Steve Gorrow
embarked on a journey beneath the sea to explore the depths of the mind
and creativity. Along with the help of his brother, Steve shipped out
to Bali to take on the massive feat of building above and
beneath the sea to give birth to the latest Insight surf spectacle,
and that is Dopamine. Not one to cut corners on creativity, Steve combined
upside down bedrooms, naked girls on motor bikes and underwater shanty
towns with the amazing skill of the Insight surf team (surfnics) and
the photographic talents of Dustin Humphrey to create an array of split
double world madness. Welcome to Insight’s latest surf campaign
featuring surfers Kai Otton, Luke Stedman, Warren Smith, Jared Mell,
Made Lana,Jason Apparicio & The Jamaican Surf Team.”
Ok, the surf and skate stuff is above my head. But I DIG the result. Chew on these:
Some more info on Dustin, or “D Hump”:
“Over the past five years, Humphrey, 31, has established himself as one
of the surf-world’s most forward-thinking photographers. Originally
from Huntington Beach but now based in Bali, he’s constantly evolving
his craft, using different light, experimental equipment, unique angles
and the world’s best surfers as his variables. In addition, Humphrey
has set a precedent in modern surf travel and documentation, partnering
with Taylor Steele on trips to off-the-radar locations like Egypt and
Italy. This combination of creativity and impeccable timing has enabled
“D Hump” to become one of the most accomplished photographers of the
There’s a niche for everything, folks. And if you can find yours in Bali, power to ya, brah.
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