The Surfers Journal
A scene report from Peru with TSJ 32.4 profile subject Miguel Tudela.
On his art career, resisting the Gauguin fantasy, despoiled paradise, his manifesto, misanthropy, his ALS diagnosis, and finding beauty in the everyday.
On the democratization of what it means to be a surfer, combating “surf-bro” purism through commentating, his father, music, racism, self-discovery, and surfing’s future.
On winning world titles, motherhood, fandom, paying homage, traditional lines, Tom Curren, trying to fit in, and how one piece of clothing altered her life.
A Waikiki scene report from TSJ 32.3 subjects Kaniela Stewart and Kelis Kaleopa‘a.
Watch surf progeny and TSJ 32.3 profile subject Tosh Tudor’s Pipeline highlight reel.
On his Pipeline love affair, minimalism, finding stillness, the shortboard revolution, yoga, and his relationship to fame.
A short film featuring slab hunter, surfboard builder, archaeologist, tribal liaison, and TSJ 32.3 profile subject Chad Kaimanu Jackson.
On measuring success, photography, letting go, confidence, approaching challenges with a positive mindset, the balance between performance and playfulness, and his mother’s influence.
On the wave that made her, fighting for female representation, the Irons brothers, being invited to the Eddie, the dichotomy between freedom and conservatism, and…
Listen to the trailer episode for the latest season of TSJ’s audio series.
Guest edited by TSJ 32.3 profile subject Chad Kaimanu Jackson.
A profile of underground legend Eric Haas. From the back-files of TSJ 9.1.
Animator and surfer Stephen Hillenburg’s brainchild made his debut around a Baja campfire. Knowing the artist’s background, that should come as no surprise.
Quietly forceful, Joey Hamasaki was an Ala Moana beacon.
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