Donald Takayama

A wonderful tribute video of the Donald Takayama exhibit and closing ceremony held at the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center in San Clemente, CA. Video produced and directed by students from Saddleback College.

Kenny Tilton

by Thomas Takao on July 27, 2013 · 1 comment

Kenny Tilton grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii and first started surfing Waikiki in the early 1950’s. First on a redwood surfboard then moved on to a balsa surfboard. Waikiki during the 1950’s was changing and it was fun to be a surfer. Back then, local Beach Boys would watch over them [click to continue]

In celebration of Earth Day, our friend Leah Dawson shares her latest project, Peanut Butter, a story of a woman and her relationship with a very special board.

Jason Baffa is the director of the now classic Singlefin: Yellow and the co-director of the film One California Day. His latest project Bella Vita, follows surfer Chris Del Moro to his birthplace in Italy, a country rich in craft and culture, and explores Del Moro’s bond with his Italian family and surfing friends (Lauren Hill, Dave Rastovich, Ale Ponzanelli). [click to continue]

The Donald Takayama Memorial and Paddleout was held on November 10, 2012 in Oceanside, CA. To view more images, please check our Facebook page.

Devon Howard

by Glenn Sakamoto on May 17, 2012 · 2 comments

A respected observer of the surfing community, Cardiff’s own Devon Howard is a surfer/writer who has written for publications such as Longboard, Surfers Journal, and Surfer magazines. As a surfer with a “ride everything” philosophy, he has appeared in numerous films as Single Fin Yellow, Sprout, One California Day, and The Present. We spoke with Devon to learn more. [click to continue]

Rail Grabber

by The Editors on January 15, 2012 · 0 comments

Frustrated carrying her boards, former world champion surfer Linda Benson created the Rail Grabber. Durable and functional, the Rail Grabber is perfect for getting your arm around a wide longboard or fish shape.