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FOLK // Chris Dorning

Chris Dorning is an artist, doer and maker in demand. Fired by the mantra ‘Iron Will and Necessary Skill’ Chris is a collaborator and creative force majure so we were super stoked to hear about the launch of MAKEMAKE his creative workwear brand. We caught up with…

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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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FOLK // OH DAWN

There’s a cool wind of creativity blowing in out of the northern reaches, from fractured landscapes, lit by midnight summer sun and shrouded in a cloak of frigid winter eves. Denmark, washed by the North Sea to the west and the Baltic to the east…

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FOLK // Riz Smith

Riz Smith of Riz Boardshorts talks sartorial surfing, pirates, prints and British boardies. Sometimes I tell people that my parents were pirate hippies when they ask about my name – that would be a cool connection to the sea! Alas it’s not true. My parents bought…

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The Fellow Way

Leo Jauncey is maker and doer based in Cornwall, a purveyer of fine boards and fine threads under the Fellow banner. You might have seen some of his waveriding vehicles at the Approaching Lines Festival in Cornwall in May, where the rad shapes and matt…

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Gwynedd Haslock

  Words: Demi Taylor Image: Mat Arney For those who have had the pleasure of Gwynedd Haslock’s company before, it was no surprise to see her in the bellyboarding final of the Slyder Cup giving pro surfer and former British Surf Champion Alan Stokes a run…

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Neil Erskine – Perpetual Fluid Motion

The grassy headland overlooking Constantine beach is rich with the smell of rain on the dusty path. A lone figure sits out in the clear blue, hugging the line of speckled foam, fingerprints left by passing peelers as they taper down the point. He strokes…

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