If aviary flight patterns mirror surf styles, is surfing just an act of nature?
Jamie Mitchell talks environmentalism and the current state of professional big-wave surfing.
Todd Glaser’s underwater dreamscapes.
In Western Australia, wilderness is just past the carpark.
Unpacking our hard-wired fascination with surf trip disasters.
The 1970 World Contest wasn’t just a reflection of the sport—it was a mirror of surf culture itself.
At home with Trey Edwards.
An offshore-fanned beachbreak—with a skilled crew in attendance—offers a fitting test track for homegrown designs.
Nole Cossart’s journey into the arduous and the arcane
Photographer John Respondek spends six weeks scouring the outer reaches.
Vodka for breakfast. River rat for lunch. Ear infection for dinner.
The values of choosing a life in pursuit of wave riding.