The Canvas Wave

by The Editors on March 15, 2012 · 0 comments

The Canvas Wave offers stunning galleries of photography printed on gallery wrapped archival canvas that are ready to be hung on your wall.  They feature professional photographers from around the world and images that have graced the covers of the biggest magazines.  They’re beautiful and affordable with free shipping, making these great gifts for yourself or the surfer in your life.

Lisbon, Portugal June 14–16, 2011. SAL (Portuguese for SALT) intends to show the artistic and alternative side of surfing – its way of life and its eclectic reach in society. [click to continue]

A film by : From the filmmakers: The smooth surfer Jorgelina “Lina” Reyero hails from a small town on the Atlantic Coast of Argentina. She’s spent the last 6 years [click to continue]

1971 Windansea. La Jolla, CA. “This was one of my first times that I went out to shoot from the water at Windansea. I had a brand new Scott Priess water housing and was floating on a Hodgeman raft. [click to continue]

El Mar, Mi Alma

by Smriti Keshari on March 14, 2012 · 0 comments

El Mar, Mi Alma is a visual tone poem, a blend of images and music consisting of cinematic surfing sequences intercut with coastal landscapes, insightful commentary and poetry, [click to continue]

Jimmy Gamboa

by The Editors on March 14, 2012 · 1 comment

We love this video of Jimmy Gamboa on a hull in Malibu. Film by Cyrus Sutton of

Who: Mollusk Surf Shop: Venice. One of two locations (the other in San Francisco), Mollusk has been in business since 2007. This is not another hipster boutique, but an honest-to-goodness surf shop. [click to continue]

McTavish and The Fin

by The Editors on March 13, 2012 · 0 comments

Spoon Part 4 from McTavish Surfboards on Vimeo.

Bob McTavish talks with Wiz how he makes the fin for their Greenough-inspired Spoon.
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