Timothy Hogan is a surfer/photographer who has taken on the important and Herculean task of documenting the history of the surfboard fin and its pivotal role in the evolution of surfing and surfboard design. He calls it theFINproject. We spoke with Timothy to learn more. [click to continue]
Beyond The Surface follows Ishita Malaviya, India’s first female surfer, traveling through Southern India, documenting the ways in which surfing, yoga, and ecological creativity are bringing hope and fueling change for the local people and the planet. She is joined by a unique and talented group of women – Liz Clark, Lauren Hill, Emi Koch, Kate Baldwin and the director of the film, Crystal Thornburg-Homcy. We spoke with Crystal to learn more. [click to continue]
Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau, directed by Sam George (Riding Giants) and produced by Stacy Peralta (Dogtown and Z-Boys), will debut Tuesday, October 1, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. We spoke with Sam George to learn more about his new film about the remarkable life of Eddie Aikau, the legendary big wave surfer and spiritual inspiration to the Hawaiian people. [click to continue]
A high level of comfort made with high quality materials make the Cobian Sandal durable enough for the beach, but casual enough for the city. Fashion – with a passion for giving back, Cobian has partnered with the Beautiful Feet Organization to help others. Check out the entire line of Cobian footwear at Surfshop.com.
After a successful Kickstarter initiative back in 2011, surf historian and noted author Matt Warshaw and his team set out to put the print version of the esteemed Encyclopedia of Surfing into an online, interactive experience onto the interwebs. Almost two years later, with the new site set to launch next week, we caught up with Matt and asked him a few questions about this massive undertaking. [click to continue]
Film by Henry Cousins featuring Carl Gonsalves, Myles Doughman and Matt Chonoski slipping away in a classic home edit.
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]
This is an excerpt from The Heart & The Sea, an award winning, left of centre surf film by independent Australian filmmaker Nathan Oldfield. This section of the film features the elegant gliding of the ever graceful Kassia Meador. [click to continue]