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A tribute to the wave riders we lost this year.
Taking stock of La Jolla Shores' nuanced politics and position as hotbed of surfing progression.
The Inner World of Arthur Anchinges.
Discussing painter Kristyan Stjerne’s skillset in multiple forms, excerpted from TSJ 29.5.
A documentary tracking how a fickle sandbar on the Skeleton Coast became the most captivating wave you’ll never surf.
An afternoon of skeletal articulation with Jaleesa Vincent.
A full motion, 16mm look at Nate Tyler's bucolic Central California life of remote waves and kinetic sculptures.
Sterling Spencer’s turn from pro surfer to surfing satirist.
Evan Mock on surfing, skating, and high fashion. From TSJ 29.4.
Tracking the life of forgotten two-time world champion Sharron Weber. Excerpted from TSJ 29.4.
Sterling Spencer’s turn from professional surfer to surfing satirist.
When it comes to beach access, let’s just agree to disagree with ourselves.
“Parties? Yeah, we had parties. Lots of ’em. And yes they were out of control on occasion.”
Watch Dave Rastovich (and other forms of sea life) on the coast of New South Wales.
The spot lit photography and tall tales of North Shore femme fatale Shirley Rogers.
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