Cyrus Sutton tackles everything from nose rides to big, cold barrels. Check out the video of his recent 4 day road trip between Santa Cruz and San Francisco.

The Shaper Series by Anastasia Petukhova documents the craft of surfboard-making, providing an in depth look at an inspiring and rarely-seen process that is steeped in love and care, part science and art, precision and feeling, and of course, passion and hard work. More images after the jump.  [click to continue]

Forty years on from the release of the Australian surfing and counter culture epic, Morning of the Earth, director Alby Falzon teams up with indie filmmaker, Andrew Kidman to produce the sequel, Spirit of Akasha. Written and produced by Kirk Docker and Jed Smith.

Tyler x Matix

by The Editors on January 31, 2014 · 1 comment

Tyler Hatzikian is not only a master craftsman, doing his own designing, hand shaping and glassing, but is also an incredible talent on the water. Whether charging double-overhead waves at his homebreak or stepping to the nose on some shoulder high sliders, Tyler’s many abilities cannot be denied.

Bella Vita Première

by The Editors on January 29, 2014 · 0 comments

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The documentary by Jason Baffa, chronicles Chris Del Moro as he travels Italy on a quest to re-connect with his Italian heritage and study how a land of old-world-tradition is embracing the modern sub-culture of surfing. The US Première is in Santa Barbara, CA at The Arlington Theater at 8pm on February 3, 2014. Also starring Dave Rastovich and Lauren Hill.

Cuillère de Crème

by The Editors on January 26, 2014 · 0 comments

Wonderful film by Clément Maillet featuring Clovis Donizetti at Villa Belza on a Robin Kegel The Cuillère 9’7 noserider. Enjoy.

Bird’s Surf Shed

by The Editors on January 17, 2014 · 0 comments

Meet Eric “Bird” Huffman, one of San Diego’s most rooted surfers, who through his collection of boards, created what is now San Diego’s most authentic surf shop, “Bird’s Surf Shed.” Produced and directed by SnowGlobe Studios.

In his treatise on the single fin and single fin surfing, Paul Gross, surfboard designer and former editor of Surfer, outlines the role of the surfboard fin in recent history – from Tom Blake to the Thruster and back again to ”…those who want to feel the speed and texture of the wave, rather than generate an endless string of choppy, butt-wiggling maneuvers.” [click to continue]