The Sea Within Us

by Jody Marr on December 2, 2012 · 5 comments

The human body has almost the same proportions of calcium, sodium and potassium as the ocean. It pulses in our veins.

Some people meander through life completely unaware of the pull of our bodies towards the sea. They enjoy the ocean, but when they leave, they dust the sand off and transition back into terrestrial life without blinking an eye. [click to continue]

Johnson x Homcy

by The Editors on November 30, 2012 · 0 comments

Check out this wonderful Jack Johnson music video by the talented filmmaker Dave Homcy. Directed by Emmett Malloy.

Jock Sutherland

by The Editors on November 27, 2012 · 3 comments

A wonderful feature on Jock Sutherland via the fine folks at Soul Surfer TV.

Finless Surfing

by The Editors on November 24, 2012 · 1 comment

Finless surfing exponent Derek Hynd, young gun Californian Ryan Burch and female free surfer Taylor Miller take on a West Australian desert Reef on finless boards. [click to continue]

The Reef x Tipple

by The Editors on November 23, 2012 · 0 comments

I’m done bro, I’m done.” With those few words Mike rose to his feet in ankle deep water and began the 10 minute walk towards shore, dodging thick back urchins and sharp reef outcrops while assessing his wounds. Even from behind the waves I could see a stream of blood run down [click to continue]

The Shaper

by The Editors on November 16, 2012 · 0 comments

A hilarious parody of our most sacred craftsperson: The Shaper. Winner of The Shorties comp at the London Surf Film Festival 2012 and the Byron Bay Surf Festival Shorts 2012.

Crystal Thornburg-Homcy sliding on waves with her longboard. Shot by Dave Homcy on 16mm Film. Edited by Bob Thornburg.

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]