Cher Pendarvis is the living embodiment of more recent surfing history than can be squeezed into one interview. She has shaped boards, foiled fins, competed in the first professional women’s tour and been one of the first surfers to ride a fish. Cher graciously allowed us to talk to her about her life as a surfer and artist. [click to continue]
Classic car with a classic board. And check out that fin! Somewhere in Culver City, CA as seen by photographer Ken Samuels.
The Pig Luau 2011. From Mike Black: “I invited pig enthusiast to bring their boards and talk pig at Old Man’s. It was a fun day of classic pig waves and great company. Many great boards were on display. Delicious food was served. A great day!” Check surfapig.blogspot.com for information about upcoming pig luau’s. Photo by Shaun Fenn.
From Nathan Oldfield: “Here’s a look at the varied craft that Sage Joske and the team at Valla Surfboards have been riding lately. Introducing the Vice & the Vector, as well as the four fish models and alaias that [click to continue]
The Magic Quiver Surf Shop in Portugal opens March 31, 2012 at 5pm. After party begins at 10pm, at the Na Onda Bar, Foz do Lizandro with a screening of Andrew Kidman’s Glass Love. Live music by Cosie Cherie. Find out more about Magic Quiver here.
I’m not going to act like I’ve been all over the world and surfed a lot of iconic waves. If I did that, I’d be lying. You can count my foreign surf travels on one hand. Out of the world-class waves located on the West Coast, I’ve surfed very few of them. So, I’m no expert. [click to continue]
What meaning does surfing hold for you and how has it changed your life? “I’m a reserved person and I’m at ease when I’m out with my board—my mind free of thoughts. I gave up studying, and I know this could be penalizing in the future, [click to continue]