Posts Tagged ‘Surf’

The birth of digital marked a revolution that threatened to leave analogue in the grainy dust. Despite lightning advances in technology, there has been a quiet resistance among certain photographers. In the age of instant gratification, waiting for results longer than a nano-second can seem impractical. The mistakes...

It is not every day you’ll get to spend time within the inner sanctum of one of surfing’s iconic names. For over 50 years McTavish Surfboards has been synonymous with the progression of Australian surfing all over the world. With a team of dedicated craftsmen many of whom have spent countless years perfecting boards to...

At only 20 years old, Thomas Aulagner is living and shooting in Biarritz where he found the perfect way of life, close to the ocean. Thomas’photography offers a glimpse into the essence of youth and natural beauty through skate, surf and portrait photography. From his first interest in street culture, endless source of...

Earlier this spring, an unknown name started cropping up on the British summer festival posters. It wasn’t littered at the bottom with the other new, breaking names, but sat far more prominently and in a bigger, bolder font size – A Blaze of Feather.A Blaze of Feather is the music of Ben Howard’s guitarist and friend...

Time for our third and last article featuring this year’s Wheels and Waves. As we’ve told you in previous post you here, the event is (a lot) about custom motorcycling culture. Like we also mentioned, it gives much room to art, music, surf and skate as well. Let’s get you one more time to Biarritz, on this part of the...

Have you ever seen a giant donut on a motorbike? What about a giant beer bottle on a motorbike? Spiderman? A human unicorn? We did see all that in the course of a day, among with various other ridiculously fun looking antiheroes superheroes, on the misty slopes of the Jaïzkibel. Welcome to the Punk’s Peak Sprint Race,...

Biarritz just welcomed the sixth edition of Wheels and Waves. The annual event gathers visitors from all over Europe under a single cultural spectrum that brings together motorcycles, art, music, surf and for the first year, skateboard. Here’s number one post in a series, starting with the event’s first highlight : El...

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...

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...