From Chris Grant: “I never met her in person as she was visiting from Japan with a few of her other friends. I’d just see her all of a sudden down the beach but with a couple of traveling companions. I don’t really think it needs a name though, it looks like “singlefin love” to me.” Japanese surfer Ryoko Maruyama photographed in California by Chris Grant/Jettygirl.
We first started seeing the link to a blog about cars with surfboards popping up on Facebook. So we tracked down the artist. Turns out his name is Kevin Butler and he is a surfer and an advertising copywriter. We sat him down and asked him a few questions. [click to continue]
From filmmaker Nathan Oldfield: “A collaboration brought to you by the salty buccaneers of trim at The Critical Slide Society and the master foam mowers at Thomas Surfboards. Featuring the slidal tendencies of Jake Bowrey, Jacob Stuth, Little Man & Thomas Bexon. Documenting the making and sliding of the TCSS x Thomas Surfboards Pillage Model.”
Keith Malloy and Woodshed Films wrapped up the year 2011 in good fashion. Their film, Come Hell or High Water brought home a total of four awards from the NYC & London Surf Festivals, rounding out both the Best Feature, [click to continue]
Surfer/artist Pablo Ugartetxea has a new show in Hossegor. To learn more about Pablo, click here.
Will Adler is a surfer/photographer from Santa Barbara, CA. His photographic images capture moments of time that stir memories of our collective ocean experience. We spoke with Will to learn more about what stokes his creativity. [click to continue]
Beauty shot courtesy of Spanish photographer Xabi Irure.