Liquid Salt is an online-only magazine that quietly celebrates the culture of surfing. We highlight and give voice to surfers, photographers, shapers, writers, painters, filmmakers, and eco-warriors — the creative individuals who keep surfing vibrant and alive.
Our first interview was with shaping legend, Bing Copeland. When Bing volunteered, we knew that his name alone would give us the credibility we were seeking. Thank you, Bing. Since that early beginning, Liquid Salt has grown to over 175 interviews and dozens of feature stories with Hawaiian surfing legends such as 90-year-old Rabbit Kekai to Pipeline master Gerry Lopez.
In addition to the shapers and professional surfers, we made the decision early on to feature the artists, filmmakers, and photographers of the surfing world. We knew that it was the relationship with creativity that makes the art of surfing culturally relevant and unique.
Liquid Salt 2.0 (what you are seeing now) has been made possible by the warm support of our friends and family who chose to contribute and back our recent Kickstarter campaign. To all of our supporters: Mahalo!
Liquid Salt is all about the stoke. Thank you for sharing the ride with us. We're glad you dropped by.
© 2014 All copy and images published on Liquid Salt are copyright of their respective owners. Any duplication or sharing is a violation of federal and international copyright laws. Always ask permission. Thank you. If you would like to contribute, please be aware that our focus is retro-inspired surfing and not mainstream or contest surfing.