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The Surfers Journal
The late futurist recounts his final ride.
Grant Ellis, Kim Feast, Phil Gallagher Shane Grace, Nick Green, Oscar Hetherington, Mike Ito, Darin Miyashiro, Marcus Paladino, Ben Thouard, Nathan Tyack
Evolution, expiration, the gods, and wave riding as viewed from a tropical seawall.
When we see ungainly style, it’s most often a result of not picking up on the ocean’s lead.
Layne Beachley on the relationship between world titles and self worth, loss and grief, and finding joy in surfing after retiring from competition.
Thirty years of documenting the woods, the marshes, the people, and the surf of Long Island’s East End with Andrew Blauschild.
Eight thousand nautical miles before the mast—from Dana Point to Teahupoo.
Navigating the Gulf of Thailand, the Malacca Strait, and Sumatra aboard the 35-foot Endurance monohull Calypte.
Trevor Gordon’s self-discovery along the course of least resistance.
Exploration, efficiency, and riding open-ocean swell aboard Vela.
The cowboys, French idioms, and finless sleds informing Sydney-based artist Jakey Pedro’s unapologetic pop.
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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