Fairly Normal: Dolan Stearns Episode 012
It’s rad to meet someone like this. It’s nice to know they still exist, beneath the surface of the mainstream, drawing, skating, creating and fucking shredding.
Color Me In: Brett Simpson & Matt Biolos Episode 002 Presented by Futures
When was the last time you talked to your shaper about Ian Mackay, Fugazi and Minor Threat? Well, we sure hope it was recently, because if not, you may have the wrong shaper — or you may not have one at all.
Color Me In: Craig Anderson & Hayden Cox Episode 001 Presented by Futures
“I feel like the more you know about surfboards, the more you just go crazy.”—Craig Anderson
Dear Youth Be present
“A creator needs only one enthusiast to justify him.” The surrealist sexual painter/photographer Man Ray said this. And we think it’s important to remember today especially. As we all drown in our own inboxes, gasping for validation and appreciation amongst the swarms of hornets online and in social media, it’s nice to remember that a…
Fairly Normal: Ryan Callinan Episode 011
Hit play, devour some of our bandwidth and meet the modest man who’s making Merewether Beach so proud — and start to understand why we’re so certain he’ll be grabbing a lot more of that spotlight he’s earned very soon.
Off Beat: Brendon Gibbens Episode 014
His answers come with a polite charm that you only find from a surfer born in Germany who now hails from one of the more disciplined commonwealth nations.
Creed in Black and White Let’s go surfing
Creed McTaggart is from Western Australia. But over the course of this year he probably hasn’t spent much time there. But somehow he managed to log this sick clip in between it all. A moody, thrashing little part that we’ve deemed the perfect prescription for today. Let the orchestra play! All in black and white….
Dear Youth More friendly advice for a lot of young men (and women and iPhone users)
“We spend our time searching for security and hate it when we get it.” John Steinbeck wrote that line in his essay “Paradox and Dream”. I’m sure you’ve read it. Anyway, we like that line. It relates to our lives in the water. In America. On the Internet. In this industry. We’re all searching, battling…