It’s hard to imagine that just a few months ago, the Rockaway was bustling with 40-plus surfers vying for waves at a single peak on a Sunday morning. Today, the home to more than 115,000 people and the sanctuary to thousands of New York City surfers, looks like the ravages of a massive war-torn town. No one is in the water and no one will be for a long, long time. [click to continue]
Matt Chojnacki made the journey from his residing home in Sydney to spend some time designing a few new surfboards with Bob Mctavish. The board in question here is a new creation which borrows its template off one of Bobs personal boards from 1966.
In his new book, Israel Paskowitz takes us on a journey of his life growing up in a camper, a life on the beaches of Makaha and San Onofre, his championship surf titles, and his heart-wrenching failure as both a father and husband. A riveting and entertaining biography by a member [click to continue]
The Deus 2nd Annual 9ft and Single Log Fest.
The Donald Takayama Memorial and Paddleout was held on November 10, 2012 in Oceanside, CA. To view more images, please check our Facebook page.
Shaper John Wesley surveys his most recent lineup. Photo by Alex Swanson. Interview with John Wesley here.
Check out more of Josh Hall’s creations on the Deus Ex Machina blog here. Read our interview with Josh here.
Mini documentary about the evolution shaping surfboards in QLD, Australia by by Pablo Ballester.