Reviews

The World in The Curl

by Glenn Sakamoto on September 17, 2013 · 0 comments

The World in The Curl (Crown Publishers) is a fascinating, compelling, and highly readable look at the origins of surfing. California authors Peter Westwick and Peter Neushul, both surfers, have masterfully created a book that tells the familiar story of surfing from a cultural, political, economic, and environmental perspective. [click to continue]

Chronicling one of the most important times of surfing history, Australian photographer and surfer John Witzig faithfully captures with words and pictures the ethos of the Shortboard Revolution. Those were exciting times, a “golden age” as the title of his new book suggests, when surfboards evolved from ten feet to six feet in a short span of a few years. [click to continue]

Acid Magazine

by The Editors on April 16, 2013 · 0 comments

This wonderful surf publication coming out of France is the brainchild of Olivier Talbot and Bertrand Trichet. It’s filled with an eclectic mix of surf related topics from cold water preparedness to the notion of a quiver of one. We love the compact size, printing on uncoated paper, and the retro ‘80s layout. Find out more about Acid here.

Keith Malloy and Woodshed Films wrapped up the year 2011 in good fashion. Their film, Come Hell or High Water brought home a total of four awards from the NYC & London Surf Festivals, rounding out both the Best Feature, [click to continue]