The classic surf vehicle by Jay Golien. Find out more about Slider Magazine here.
From Tristan Mausse, : “Sacre Bleu is a documentary film which calls the best glassers, shapers, artists, and photographers around the world to tell their story. It is also a travelogue which traces the 8 months of my experience going to work in workshops throughout the world as a glasser. Starting with Australia and California, Canada, Nicaragua, Costa Rica. I am currently filming the movie, the release is not expected before summer 2012.” Sounds like our kind of movie.
The Surfing Heritage Foundation is proud to present “The Innovations of Hobie Alter Exhibit.” Saturday, April 28, 2012, 5–9 p.m. Only current members of SHF are invited to the special opening night reception. Join today!
Ellis Ericson out on one of Tyler Warren’s ‘Bar Of Soap’ that he shaped at the Temple of Enthusiasm. Film by Deus Ex Machina. (via Glide Surf Co.)
The California Surf Museum is located in Oceanside, California and was founded in 1986 to honor and preserve the history of surfing. We spoke to the newly-appointed Director of the Museum, former pro longboarder Julie Cox. [click to continue]
Danica Elbertse by the talented (surfer and photographer) Dane Peterson. To read Danica’s interview with Liquid Salt, click here.
Yuta Sezutsu getting tip time somewhere in California. Photo by Dane Peterson. Read our interview with Yuta here.