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Monochromatic winter

Chris Case disappeared to the snow capped peaks of arctic fringes to work on some new film projects over winter. Reiki is his beautiful deep winter exploration of surf and snow in monochrome. “I am missing the bleak and barron north coast , sitting in…

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DAILY LINES // Indo Dreaming

Sitting here by the wood burner, snaps and crackles over the deep base of the wind, my mind meanders back to this time last year. Crystal blue lefts on my single fin, tapering walls, offshore breeze, northern Sumatran hills hazy through morning fires; the joys…

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When Lightning Bolt Ruled the Earth…

As told to Chris Nelson… “We were at the cutting edge of surfboards, we were beyond the cutting edge – we were the edge. It was the best period, but it was easy to be the best because everybody that came to Hawaii wanted to…

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Otter Handcrafted Handplane

We’re stoked to hear that our good friend James Otter, founder of Otter Surfboards and maker of fine wooden waveriding crafts will be down at the Slyder Cup, hand shaping a hand plane throughout the day! “The Otter Surfboard’s van will be bringing a range…

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Stephanie – dans l’eau

  Steph Gilmore – inspirational. Morgan Maassen shows us why.

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DAILY LINES // IT’S ALL ABOUT YEW! Exhibit A

Stoke, fun times, good  vibes, radness, unbridled joy… call it what you will but it’s creeping into the edges of the line up challenging the po-faces, the steely eyes… It’s All About Yew! Exhibit A. UK Surf Mat Meet 12 caught on film by Swedish…

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The state of current surfing…

Speed, power, flow. Andreas Berge Johansen provides a fresh perspective on the art of river surfing in the northern-most reaches – sub-aquatic style.  

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Hoppers Affliction – Dr. Ryan Burch shows us the way

With the 5-1 Fin Fair around the corner, we’d like to draw attention to this public health broadcast from Dr. Ryan Burch, showing us the way to combat the hated Hop. Together, we can make a difference. Huntington’s Hop Disease: Working on a cure. Dr….

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Drainers

Draining barrels to draining boards – Portuguese delights…

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DAILY LINES // INK AND VELO

Words: Demi Taylor Image: Nick Hand When worlds collide, great ideas are born. Typographer and designer Nick Hand is planning a little adventure this summer. Journeying across Europe by bicycle he’ll be meeting and collaborating with artists, poets and writers to produce postcards along the way which…

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