Surf

Restless french artist Bleu de Marin has built a singular creative world, mixing an artisan background with street influences and a passion for ocean related aesthetics and mythology. We got a moment with the one that calls himself Jean Rockeadi, between Biarritz, Paris, surf and tattoo sessions.Where do you come...

D.J.’s internationally award winning photography takes him on adventures around the globe with the best surfers, as a staff photographer for Surfing Magazine, Globe International, Hawaii Skindiver, and have led to appearances on NBC, CNN, CBS, ABC and FOX. He has produced shoots in more than 20 countries often with...

Octopus are back with a fresh video with team rider Brendan Gibbens. In conjunction with Gibbenses release of his signature pad with the Octopus crew. Classic beach break pits with steep punting sections to throw down on is what this video is all about. His style is likened to Josh Kerr (not afraid to send it to the...

Fever Island gets you in the mood do dance around the living room like it’s Miami in the early 80’s, Latin heat at its best. The crew at Vacation Club have created a clip that draws out a completely different vibe to the standard surf video. In comes Pat Gudauskas throwing heat in a variety of waves to get the mouth...

With three hours of light each day, brutal winter storms and freezing temperatures, Iceland is far from the ideal surf trip. However, this didn’t stop photographer Chris Burkard and filmmaker Ben Weiland from rounding up a crew of surfers to seek out unknown waves in the islands remote north… all during the worst...

Former Quiksilver stable mates Craig Anderson and Dane Reynolds have joined skater Austin Gillette to create a brand. Which transcends the modern surf/skate brands ethos and goes way back to the early surf/skate culture of DIY. Their brand known as Former has opened its online portal. With a basic run of simplistic...

Gerry Lopez first surfed Uluwatu in 1974. The fabled Balinese wave was pristine, magical and empty. Forty years later, he returned to host a yoga retreat, get a few waves between classes and help preserve Uluwatu for future generations. In this short film, Gerry uses Uluwatu and surfing as metaphors for change—and...

It’s no secret that Western Australia’s Margaret River region is one of the world’s wave-rich environments, every twist and turn on Caves Road striking another vein of Indian Ocean gold. From spring to autumn the swell is endless, often too big, and when the winds are angled just so there are few better places to call...

Jerome Forrest hails from SW Western Australia. With so many quality waves in his backyard, there is literally no wonder why his video edits turn heads. When you grow up around so many amazing surfers all you want to do is prove you can hold your own out in the water. This is exactly what Jerome Forrest has done and...

From the Maldives to Tahiti and everywhere in between join Tom Jennings on a cinematic Journey through the Indian and Pacific oceans over the span of 2015. Indian Pacific Fifteen is ocean cinematography at it’s best, with clean shots that engage and evoke anticipation to see what will happen. Throughout the year the...