While shooting river surfing in the Saint-Lawrence River, we realized how mysterious the connection between human and nature was. They were right—nature is a poetic subject.
We’re all using the golden hour as our secret weapon, either for catching waves by ourselves or capturing the perfect light with our camera. We know how powerful it is to be in the ocean when the sun is slowly rising or setting in the sky.
As always, Yago Dora hasn’t deceived us and his latest edit in the Mentawais is exactly what we needed right now.
After a month in Bali, we decided it was time to explore some places a little less civilised. The boys were itching for a new playground and Sumbawa seemed like the perfect place.
Fascinated by Buttery Studio's work and intrigued by the man behind the Australian-based design studio, we’ve decided to ask a few questions to Daniel Jeanes about his youth, his art as well as his future goals.
On the descent down the hill into Muriwai, we pull over to the side of the road, seeing the lines of swell filtering into the bay, helping to determine which breaks are picking up the most of it. The sun has already started to drop beneath the clouds hinting that time is not on our side.
Tom Terrell's photos, captured by either a digital or analogue camera, highlights the surf scene of Nova Scotia as well as the cultures and waves of other countries around the world.
Part of the life of a water photographer is to find inspiration at any time of the year, even when waves are flat and that there is no surfers around.
The vision of the founder, Jessica Williamson, about Ete Swimwear instantly resonated with us & it was only a matter of time until we’ve decided to reach out to her.
An international love affair of songs that help to mosey on through those Sunday afternoons full of dreariness and sorrow for the week ahead: Somber Afternoon.
AU Fins, a California-based company, decided to become one of the pioneers in the fins industry. Their fins aesthetic, gracefully detailed with pieces of gold in the resin, are curved in a specific manner to offer you the best performance in the sea.
Former’s new collection is now out and available on their website as well as their latest edit featuring Dane Reynold, “Premium Violence.” It’s raw, it’s original, it’s high-quality, it’s Dane Reynold.
Every Wednesday, read our Wandering Diary to fall in love with new places you probably forgot about. The photos, curated via our hashtag #WanderingDiary, may make you want to leave for a tropical destination or may motivate you to pack your bag and head to the mountains.
Chas Smith, co-founder of BeachGrit!, author of Welcome To Paradise, Now Go To Hell & surf journalist, recently started writing about Yemen.I hope his journey is going to inspire more than a few to give a chance to a country that got judged way too hard, way too quick. And don’t worry—it involves surfing too.
A new-ish couple, Ernie (name has been changed to protect the innocent) and I decided to go to Kauai in September to surf and work on our tans. A shared love of surfing and sunshine was largely the reason we’d wound up together, and it seemed like a great idea.
Michael Beck noticed how often he was photographing women; beautiful, strong, and intelligent women and thus Unstuck Woman was born. This project is simply about photographing women who are empowered, who are nurturing and loving but also hardworking and passionate.
This week, see Russell Bierke surfing with the O’Neill Crew in Ireland, Ryan Thomas’s new film “Osmo Thrombo,” exploring a Namibian super-left with the Gudauskas brothers and many more.
'The Church of the Open Sky' features surfers such Dave Rastovich, Lauren Lindsey Hill, Tom Wegener, Belinda Baggs, CJ Nelson, Alex Knost and more. The film has been shot in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka.
It was the turning point in my life; the moment I realized that trying and failing wasn’t a bad thing. The moment I realized that surfing was way more than just a hobby; it was a passion I could not turn my back to.
“Early birds” showcases the talented Justine Mauvin riding waves in the Basque Country. Oh, it’s dreamy!
In Dust, enter in the shaping room with Valerie Duprat to see the process of shaping a surfboard. It’s beautifully filmed, interesting and most importantly, it makes us want to go out and ride one of her boards.