Byron Bay style-master Torren Martyn is a pro surfer cut from a different cloth, and his seven-board quiver reflects his uniqueness. Ever since he stepped onto a twin fin a handful of years ago, he's been addicted to that twin-fin feeling and now his entire quiver is composed purely of twinnies.
Follow San Francisco artist Jeff Canham as he works in his studio, creates community projects, and prepares for his exhibition "The sea was angry that day my friends" opening Saturday, December 1st at the Mollusk Gallery in San Francisco, California. –– Video by Jeff den Broeder
Photographer and filmmaker Ben Moon always loved travel and adventure. But after beating colon cancer, he wanted a lifestyle that lent itself even more to being in the moment and connecting with people and nature.
A journey in search of adventures with Andy Nieblas, Mele Saili, Makala Harmony Smith, Lex Weinstein, Margaux Arramon Tucoo, Natalia Resmini, Alessandro Ponzanelli, Matteo Fabbri, Sebastiano Concas. Directed by Luca Merli. Available for rent on Vimeo.
From Mollusk: A hit of the good stuff. This new Jack Coleman edit, featuring Alex Knost and Justin Adams, wastes no time delivering mind and body altering sensations.
By living in his converted van, Sam is able to lead a lifestyle that follows the natural rhythms of the sea. 'To surf is to travel, and the surfer is a nomad' – Drew Kampion and Bruce Brown. Featuring Sam Garbutt. Based on a thesis by Ross Couper. Official Selection | London Surf Film Festival 2018
A conversation with stylist Andy Nieblas. Video by Andrea Coleman and brought to you by Surfer Magazine.
Surfer/Photographer Ha’a Keaulana on the lessons of her grandfather, Hawaiian icon Buffalo Keaulana. Video from Surfer Magazine.
Doug Walker of The Lost and Found Collection interviews John Grannis, the son of the legendary surf photographer LeRoy Grannis, at his home in San Pedro, California.
From Surfer Magazine: Tom Servais talks about his photo of Tom Curren from 1991.
This documentary tells the story of how this magazine became THE magazine of skateboarders worldwide, why it meant so much to them, and how it left an indelible mark on them during it's meteoric rise and fall by the early 1980s. From shoeless surfers riding the concrete waves and the vast blacktop of Southern California, to fully padded sessions at skateparks, Skateboarder exposed the sport to kids around the world.
Tune in as filmmaker Jack Coleman gives us a glimpse of life in Newport Beach and the path that led him to create films that push the boundaries of traditional surfing