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Plenty more fish

  LEFT: SHOAL // RIGHT: YACHT RACE  Images: David Beckitt Graphic artist, designer and typographer David Beckitt spent his childhood around boats and his introduction to surfing at 17 was a logical progression. Film lovers will be familiar with his work as he has recently…

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Smashing the lip Thurso style

  Words: Dee Ripoll    Image: Malcolm Anderson It’s Tuesday 19th March and I’m still nursing a split lip after some epic waves for the 40th Anniversary of the Scottish Surfing Championships this weekend. It’s been a big year of developments for the Scottish Surfing Federation culminating our…

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Bella Seea

Illustration: Daisy Campbell Inspiration arrives in many guises. From illustrator Daisy Campbell comes ‘Bella Seea’, a personal project inspired by ‘Ritratti di Surf | Girls Girls Girls’ – a short film about waves ridden and and friendships forged (below).

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Chris McClean’s 2012 in 02:10 mins

  2012 was been a whirlwind for Chris McClean. Here’s a taster. Music: Chilly Gonzales – Salon Saloon

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Postcards from home: 1

Images: Jonny Revill

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The Slyder Cup Is Here!

The First Annual Friction Affliction Spring Convention The Slyder Cup, presented by Reef, is a different kind of surf event. Bringing together the alternative breed of surfers: bellyboarders, body surfers, paipo riders, handplaners, mat surfers, and alaia riders it is a one-day surf competition that…

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The Process: Numb

Words and Images: Tim Nunn Creative projects can start life from the smallest ideas, sometimes growing and mushrooming into all consuming behemoths that can dominate lives. In ‘The Process’ we’ll be inviting filmmakers, artists, writers and artisans to discuss projects or elements of their creative…

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First Tracks

Words: Mat Arney You hear it a lot amongst people who slide down mountains, but it doesn’t mean anything to surfers. We don’t play in a world where evidence of our presence remains long after we’ve had our fun; we don’t stick flags in or…

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6 X 4: Mark Leary

Images: Mark Leary Mark Leary has made a name for himself capturing beautiful images centred around the minutiae of life, finding interesting angles in ordinary scenes and bringing the subtle hues and tones of the overlooked to life.  His new book ‘Salt + Wax’ combines his…

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Beyond The Scars

Beyond the Scars, Words and images: Chris McClean A murmur, a murmur, a shout The tide touches open wounds The devil in those sounds, and The walk turns into a rout Beyond the Scars is a short film about surfing exposed, freezing corners of the…

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