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Recent installation by filmmaker/artist Thomas Campbell (The Seedling, Sprout, The Present) at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History. A curated collection of Campbell’s paintings and objects will be exhibited. [click to continue]

Marc Andreini is an accomplished surfboard builder and master craftsman. In this Shaper Spotlight, we learn more about Marc’s influences in both his surfing and board design from George Greenough to Phil Edwards, and discover what over 45 years of shaping experience can bring to his customer and the next generation of shapers. [click to continue]

Hannah B. Boards

by Glenn Sakamoto on February 15, 2013 · 1 comment

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Hannah Brown-Damron, better known as HannahB., is a maker of surf-inspired skateboards for surfers out of her workshop in Oceanside, CA. Seen surfing regularly in the lineup at San Onofre, Hannah has built a reputation for building beautiful hand layered maple ply boards decorated with her own custom artwork. [click to continue]

Locals and Legends

by Glenn Sakamoto on February 14, 2013 · 1 comment

Locals and Legends is a series of over 50 portraits taken by photographer Shaun Fenn of the many personalities that inhabit the San Onofre surfing area. Some are legends, some just regulars – but all have an interesting story and are full of stoke. We spoke with Shaun to learn more about his photographic journey and have chosen to show a few select images. [click to continue]

John Witzig is a name synonymous with Australian surfing and particularly surfing journalism. How times have changed with the latter. Back in Witzig’s era, communication to surfing magazines in California was a traditionally typed letter with black and white prints enclosed, [click to continue]

Paul Gross is a former editor of Surfer Magazine, a renowned surfboard designer and shaper, and the creator of the 4th Gear Flyer surf mat. Paul started mat surfing as a youngster in 1960, and his passion for the sport continues to this day. In our second interview with Paul, we ask him more about his deep involvement with matting. [click to continue]

Project Aloha

by Glenn Sakamoto on January 5, 2013 · 6 comments

Michael Paz is a surfer/graphic designer who undertook a self-initiated daily assignment to create an “Aloha” design for the year 2012. What resulted was a massive collection of designs that encompass a range of both contemporary and vintage themes.We spoke with Michael to learn more. [click to continue]

Winter Calls

by Mark McInnis on December 15, 2012 · 0 comments

Those of us that are even slightly in tune with popular surf culture know this time of year is all about the North Shore of O’ahu. A large percentage of the world’s top surfers are scattered about the 7-mile miracle and for good reason; they’re being documented by the industry’s première lensmen in some of the best waves the planet has on offer. [click to continue]