Trevor laying down some fluidity on the v.Bowls. Shot by Michael Kew somewhere around Santa Barbara and edited by Ryan Lovelace.
Surfer/artist Tom Veiga on his process for making surf art. To read our interview of surf artist Tom Veiga , click here.
From artist Skye Walker: “The Kindred Program is a project where artists, designers & photographers donate a piece of art which then gets re-distributed to a person in need. Someone who, for whatever reason, could use an amazing piece of art in their life, but doesn’t have the means to get it. [click to continue]
Pro surfer Dave Rasta Rastovich went from an ocean minded admirer to an ocean activist when he embarked on a personal mission to help stop the worldwide commercial slaughter of dolphins and whales. While unsure at first, [click to continue]
The Bob McTavish Keyo Plastic Machine is back! Beautiful exact replicas — all hand-shaped and individually numbered by Bob with the Plastic Machine logo and the Keyo logo [click to continue]
David Nuuhiwa and John Gale, Laguna Beach CA, 1971. “Surfer Magazine wanted me to go hang out with David Nuuhiwa. A lifestyle shoot for a day. Nuuhiwa was considered the best surfer in the world at the time and was surfing a lot down at Salt Creek. [click to continue]
San Diego may not be the birthplace of surfing but there is no denying the contributions and innovations that this beautiful city and its ocean loving community have provided to the surfing world. Early in the 20th century, Hawaiians George Freeth and Duke Kahanamoku [click to continue]