SALT SURF is a Brooklyn based surfboard company. SALT has been in existence for almost two years now, and creating a magazine has been a part of the vision of the brand since its early conception. In fact, the idea for the brand was born out of a class project that owner Nabil Samadani created … Continue reading
The guys at WAX the new issue of their magazine for “urban surfers.” The publishing project directed by Jonathan Feldman continues on the same line as the previous releases with this third issue titles ‘Territories’. Available here.
Billabong and Pukas worked together on a special collection. This collaboration has resulted in a limited edition collection of surfwear for men and girls presented with this lookbook shot by talented photographer and Desillusion founder Sebastien Zanella. [vimeo http://vimeo.com/66049276 w=640&h=360] Via Desillusion
Just as things were warming up for Spring in Canada last year, some dedicated surfers, photographers and filmers headed to some of the coldest waves out there for an adventure in Iceland. Sitka surf team rider, Reid Jackson, joined Chris Burkard and Mikey Detemple for a stunning adventure that produced a short film and many photos. Filmed by … Continue reading
With this nice video teaser the team of Tracks Magazine presents ‘Tropical Porn’, a new production video that covers some of the highlights of the Hawaian season 2012/2013. The video will be available for free as an attachment of the next issue of the magazine, out on newsstands and shops from next May 3. ‘Hawaii … Continue reading
After the success of the first issue, Saturdays team is presenting the second release entitled ‘Balance’ of their publishing project based on bi-annual basis. A myriad of diverse faces appear this time around, from legendary professional surfer Tom Curren to KIDS and Wassup Rockers director Larry Clark. In addition to interviews, the issue also features photography from Bruce Weber and other select contributors. … Continue reading
Acid is a magazine about exploration, everyday life and surfing. The first issue is out and it’s made of 128 pages among which you’ll find thieves, odd-looking surf crafts, thoughts on physiology in cold water and wind patterns drawings. Plenty of surprising short stories from all over the world, a trip to Dakar with very little surfing … Continue reading
Monster Children has released its 38th issue. “In this the 38th issue of Monster Children we have so much good stuff! We talk with Mike O’Meally about his twenty-odd-year reign in skate photography; we meet coiner of the title ‘editor-at-large,’ Glenn O’Brien; Keith Hufnagel tells us why he won’t wear his own t-shirts; pro-surfer Warren Smith … Continue reading
A short featuring John John Florence titled “Departure Delayed” [vimeo http://vimeo.com/56676680 w=640&h=360] Surfing by John John Florence, Ivan Florence, Nathan Florence, Kiron Jabour, Koa Rothman, Matt Meola Skating by Greyson Fletcher Filmed by Damien Robertson, Daniel Russo, Blake Kueny, and John John Florence. Heli Footage by Daniel Russo Edited by Blake Kueny Song by UFO titled … Continue reading
Jack Coleman has just put the finishing touches to his latest flick, ‘Temple’ On this one though he’s taken on a silent partner, Deus ex Machina which has been honored to be able to help him to produce his own flavour of the Indonesian surf movie. Shot over a couple of months earlier this year … Continue reading
French surfers SPOE and Arthur Bourbon made this nice video from photos taken during their trip in India, travelling across the south of this amazing country, discovering its culture along the road, guided by the waves. Photography: SPOE Video: Arthur Bourbon
Have you ever heard the crunch of a bone as you land a backside air-reverse in a Balinese shorebreak? Or, the sound of six screws being drilled into the fibula you just broke? Or, the sound the metal plate in your ankle makes when you tap it, while you’re watching friends surf? Or, the sound … Continue reading
Craig ‘CPL’ Levers is one of the most famous photographers of surfing in New Zealand and is coming out with a beautiful photographic book entitled ‘The South Seas – New Zealand’s Best Surf’. A short trip in the history of New Zealand surf through hundreds of photographs and action taken by Craig Levers and Brent … Continue reading
Duncan MacFarlane is a great Australian photographer inspired by surf culture. His clients include Billabong, Rhythm, Def City, Stab Magazine and Surfing Magazine.
Surf Photography by Dave Muir.