Posts Tagged ‘Surf’

Welcoming in a new collection is a perk of creative expression for a brand and their crew. What better way could you think of than a road trip into Mexico and thus TCSS brings you Snake Trails. Southern Summer / Northern Winter. Shot down through Baja and deeper into Mexico. An aspirational trek for any foam loving...

I Gede Eka Wira Dharma, more commonly (and conveniently) known as Ayok, is one of Canggu’s finest longboarders. His easy, confident style and sure-footed finesse is absolutely mesmerizing to watch as he dances along the waves of Batu Balong Beach. Growing up in the small village of Canggu, he’s seen the rise of...

Lena Sonrie has a creative flair that most only dream of but never uses. Even though we all possess a creative mind not all of us have a creative need. That is a need reserved for the few who dare to chase, who dare feed the urge, bringing a concept in the mind to fruition for others to see. This is what Lena Sonrie...

Dion Agius has packed his board bags and moved over to Hayden Shapes. Best known for the Hypto Krypto, HS has a stable of talented free surfers and no doubt Dion will feel right at home with HS’s surfboard designs that will suit his experimental approach to what can be done on a board. To celebrate the move HS and Dion...

Agathe Toman received us this summer for a little chat in her Capbreton based atelier in France, the occasion for us to grab the camera, a microphone and explore the world of a rather prolific yet quiet artist.What’s your path before becoming an illustrator? I grew up in Paris and came here 7 years ago. I’ve...

Woza (Come in Zulu) tells the story of an African surfer who has been taken as a lover by the African water spirit Mami Wata. It features 22 year-old Transkei surfer, Avuyile Ndamase. Directed by Argentinians Pato Martinez and Francisco Canton of the Directors collective Pantera Estudio, the five-minute film follows...

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...

The Friendly Pirate, what a colossal nickname to have when life deals an unfortunate blow of losing an eye. After watching Ash’s story, take the time to reflect on your life. For most it is not as bad as missing an eye for the rest of your life! What a beautiful outlook Ash has, working to maintain a positive outlook...

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...