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A short film showcasing the scenes at the 1970 World Surfing Championships.
The Art of Jerry Cibilic. From TSJ 4.2.
A drug peddler cuts a deal with The Dead Boys in the seaside town of Beachton in this piece of short surf fiction set in…
A short documentary on the history of one of surfing's oddest yet most endearing "brands".
Bear and Nick Mirandon, the discoveries of the pioneers, and the charting of new surfing frontiers.
After 15 years of committed Indo barrel hunting, the author faces an age-old dilemma.
Long live surf film!
How a 200-year-old woodblock print still reverberates across the visual landscape, from the hyper-stylized cartooning of Japanese manga to the scale and focus of modern…
The Bob Cooper Story
Thoughts on the nature of surf sonics.
A selection of clips from The Grower section at Desert Point.
For a hundred or so local surfers, day-tripping Sinaloa is—tentatively—back on the table.
“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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