Steve Lis

In his treatise on the single fin and single fin surfing, Paul Gross, surfboard designer and former editor of Surfer, outlines the role of the surfboard fin in recent history – from Tom Blake to the Thruster and back again to ”…those who want to feel the speed and texture of the wave, rather than generate an endless string of choppy, butt-wiggling maneuvers.” [click to continue]

Cher Pendarvis

by Mary Mills on March 20, 2012 · 2 comments

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]

Bird Huffman

by Glenn Sakamoto on July 25, 2011 · 5 comments

Bird Huffman is a California surfer who is the owner/operator of The Shed in San Diego. After accumulating an envious collection of boards and memorabilia, Bird’s Shed evolved to become a true gathering place for the local surfing community. We spoke with Bird to learn more. [click to continue]