I come to the realization that surfing is not a hobby to me, but a necessity. My connection to surfing has become a spiritual one, and one that I’m unable to turn my back on, regardless of the situation.
Surfing has a lot of non-written rules that can be hard to follow when you don’t know about them. Here's our best advices to avoid being a kook.
Summer in the south-west of France offers surfing days that mark your mind for a year. This day was one of them.
Walking in the snow in the strong wind helps me feel that same sensation I get when I’m in the water—just facing the elements with my camera. This is what Textures of the Earth is: the discovery of a different therapy that Earth provides us with.
Surfing the Great Lakes has always been something that fascinated us and meeting Antonio, the Founder of Surf the Greats, was the perfect excuse for us to finally discover this unique surf community.
Jason Malan and Chris Fisher star in this comedic look at an aspect of life that surfers know all too well. This beautifully shot short film is George Kirkinis's independent film debut.
Kirra on the Gold Coast seemed fun a few weeks ago so Brenton de Rooy decided to go shoot some of his friends during the sunset. After playing with the photos for a while, he discovered a second variation to his double exposure images.
We recently sat down with Will Anderson, the creator and visionary behind No Beach Plastic, a reusable water bottle brand.No Beach Plastic’s sole mission is to change the way we drink water and create sustainable alternatives to single use plastic in hopes of keeping plastic waste off our beaches and out of our oceans.
A road trip to the Outer Banks of North Carolina a few weeks ago gave us a new perspective of what adversity is while giving us the chance to surf.
In the English Garden, one of the largest parks of Munich, you can find the dream of every surfer that lives in Germany—the Eisbach Wave. Discover the commitment of these surfers as well as beautiful photos from this well-known river wave.
Luckily for the surfers around San Diego, Camp Shred came back to Cardiff last March 11th and 12th. Everyone who came had the chance to demo surfboards from almost every brand, for free - isn't it dreamy?
“Into the North” is a visual ode to the North Sea, the men and women working under extreme conditions to study and protect our oceans, but most importantly, it’s about the very cause that is turning our seas into deserts: overfishing.
Alex Lahey’s EP “B-Grade University” (2016) was a stand-out for Australian music, singing with honesty the importance of the little things and experiences we all can relate to. Discover this talented artist in our latest musical review.
Our photographer of the week is no one else than Marcus Paladino, a Vancouver Island surf photographer that is now living in Tofino and shooting high performance surfing. Dig into his mind in this interview.
The ocean doesn’t only bring us happiness, but it also allows us to get different perspectives of natural elements, such as the waves and the sand. In this photo essay, we explore the different textures that exist.
Lukas Maeder’s project of launching a photo book about his journey with the Berlin-based band, Mighty Oaks, started as a typical utopia to end up being one of his biggest project so far - We’ll Never be This Young Again.
Q+A with Stefan, the man behind Aftanas Surfboards, a Tofino-based company that has been around since the start of the Canadian surf industry back in the ’90s. Creator of custom shapes and well-known for his performance shortboards, we could say that no one knows the waves and the conditions of Vancouver Island better than Stefan
After returning home from Great Barrier, life on the mainland is somewhat overwhelming and hard to get back to. To forget about it, we decided to rent a bach up north and on the Friday of a long weekend, we head north to a place called Mangawhai.
An agricultural outpost was not what we had in mind when we booked flights to the seemingly exotic islands of the Azores. We had expected a colourful, unusual, breath-taking experience.
Driving down the pacific coast always been something we idealized and dreamed of, trying to seek a distraction-free life that turns only around the sea. Even if reality hits, this trip to Baja is exactly what a surf exploration should looks like.
The waves were pumping on the final day of the Australian Open of Surfing, with Mendes and Manuel as the final winners. See all our photos from the event.
Being South African means that you are sandwiched between the Eastern Indian Ocean and the Western Atlantic. Seeking to find an answer to the raging internal debate of the country over which has the better surf, we packed our things and headed East to begin the adventure.
Need help finding good surf spots in the Philippines? It’s easy—go to Siargao Island and follow our small guide to help you find the best surf spots (don’t expect the secret ones though) and the best places for food.
Quebec has been having an amazing winter season and it was a matter of time until we found ourselves in the mountains with Les Chèvres de Montagne, a group of strong women practicing splitboarding.