Volume 32 No. 6

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On the cover: Eurico Romaguera, redirecting his 9’9″ Gato Heroi “Killer” off the top of a Moroccan runner. “The cat does not offer services,” wrote William S. Burroughs, a former Tangier International Zone denizen. “The cat offers itself.” Photograph by Simon Fitz.

Further down the line, we check in with an alt-shaper designing in the extremes, view the work of a ’70s photo duo, critique a modern French impressionist logger, swot how a shaper and surfer are reinvigorating a bypassed theory, cruise with a zeitgeist surf auteur, survey an absolutely no-go Pacific island, and more. See what’s inside.

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