Kevin Cunningham is the owner/shaper of Spirare Surfboards, located in the Northeast part of the country. Kevin creates boards that are made with a conscientious approach to both the surfboard as a functional device and to sustainable design, and he describes his work as functional art. We spoke to Kevin to learn more. [click to continue]
Josh Oldenburg is a talented San Diego surfer/shaper. His skill and talent lies in producing exceptional surfboards of uncompromising quality from traditional longboards to progressive shortboards. We spoke with Josh to learn more. [click to continue]
A respected observer of the surfing community, Cardiff’s own Devon Howard is a surfer/writer who has written for publications such as Longboard, Surfers Journal, and Surfer magazines. As a surfer with a “ride everything” philosophy, he has appeared in numerous films as Single Fin Yellow, Sprout, One California Day, and The Present. We spoke with Devon to learn more. [click to continue]
Jon Wegener in his shaping room creating another all-wood alaia surfboard. To learn more about Jon and Wegener Surfboards, click here.
Letty Nowak is a talented surfer/artist who creates wall size portraits of some of the biggest names in surfing. Her vibrant portraits of surfers like Skip Frye, George Downing, Joel Tudor and others, cover the walls of select art galleries all over the country. We asked her some questions to learn more. [click to continue]
Dan Hamlin is a talented writer/surfer who has penned works for many publications, including Surfers Path and Slide, Drift, and Deep magazines. We spoke with Dan to learn more about his life of writing and surfing. [click to continue]
Sarah Hughen is the creator of A Wave A Day, a self-initiated year-long project designed to bring awareness to the prevention of breast cancer. Now that her year is wrapping up, we wanted to find out what challenges she faced and what she has learned from her personal journey. [click to continue]
Ed Lewis and Kipp Denslow are the masterminds behind Enjoy Handplanes. Together, they create handplanes that are made from foam to the same exacting standards as a surfboard. The benefit is that each handplane is built from recycled materials and finished with earth-friendly resins. We spoke with Ed to learn more. [click to continue]