Shapers

Mason Dyer

by Glenn Sakamoto on August 6, 2012 · 9 comments

Mason Dyer is a talented surfer/shaper based in San Diego and is the brand manager of Captain Fin. Originally from Delaware, Mason’s interest in WWII memorabilia and hot rods gives his work a unique aesthetic. We spoke with Mason to learn more. [click to continue]

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

by Glenn Sakamoto on June 12, 2012 · 3 comments

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]

Thomas Bexon

by Mark Nielsen on May 31, 2012 · 0 comments

Thomas Bexon is a talented surfer/shaper out of Australia that shapes under his own Thomas Surfboards label. You may have seen the boards he’s shaped for Deus at the Temple of Enthusiasm in Bali. Thomas’ boards and surfing exude great style. We spoke with him to learn more.

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Terry Martin: Of the Light by Cher Pendarvis. “This is a medium format film photograph taken with my old Hasselblad, and there is no Photoshop used, it is strictly traditional film. I was very honored, this was the only photograph that they put in the Live auction at the Terry Martin [click to continue]

An interview with the late Terry Martin for the film BoardRoom: Legends of Surfboard Shaping. Terry shaped for Hobie Surfboards for over 40 years, shaped over 80,000 boards in his career and was one of the most respected shapers ever. Produced by Markus Davids and Rob Jax.

Adam Davenport

by Ed Factor on March 27, 2012 · 3 comments

Adam Davenport bucks the trend of the LA County, pop/punk, thruster/quad riding foam jockeys, and follows a linear legacy that goes straight back to Velzy. His whole operation could be described as roots rock-and-roll with a heavy dose of blues, with a tiny bit of surf guitar used as the catalyst. [click to continue]

John Wesley

by Glenn Sakamoto on February 20, 2012 · 2 comments

John Wesley is a talented young surfer/shaper from Dana Point, California. Mentored by Terry Martin and getting his inspiration from such surfing icons as Bob McTavish and Nat Young, John is poised to become the next big thing. We spoke with John to learn more. [click to continue]