In celebration of Earth Day, our friend Leah Dawson shares her latest project, Peanut Butter, a story of a woman and her relationship with a very special board.
Travers Adler is a talented surfer/musician/artist from Santa Barbara, California. Whether through his art, music, or surfing, Travers possesses a unique and creative style that is at once graceful, improvisational, and full of joy. We spoke with Travers to learn more. [click to continue]
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.
Uncharted Waters traces the personal story of one of surf culture’s most iconic figures. But it’s about much more than a life given to riding waves—from years as a conscientious objector to his decision to leave the hustle of the surf industry behind, it’s a film about being true to your own chosen path.
Malcolm Campbell is a legendary shaper/surfer who, together with his brother Duncan, created the first functional three fin surfboard – 10 years before Simon Anderson’s Thruster design. The Campbell Brothers, part of the emerging Shortboard Revolution ignited by the Australians, conspired together in their father’s garage on a futuristic, hydrodynamic system they coined the “Bonzer.” This design would give greater speed and control on a wave than a single or twin finned surfboard. Today, Malcolm believes that the performance potential of the Bonzer has yet to be realized. We spoke with Malcolm to learn more. [click to continue]
Cardiff by the Sea’s Devon Howard rides a Tyler Surfboards 9’6″ Double Stepdeck, with 10″ 4A Greenough single-fin. The outline of this board was inspired by those being ridden by Nat Young, Bob McTavish, Russell Hughes, Peter Drouyn, and Midget Farrelly in the 1967 surf film Hot Generation, by Paul Witzig. Film by the talented Erik Derman.