Kenny Hurtado sat down with Australian photography legend John Witzig to talk about the good old days. Check out some of his iconic images here.
Bruce Irons is back on our radar and we love it! New sponsor and wildcard into Pipe. Is he back?
Over 6 weeks, our North Shore correspondent Nolan Hall will recap the triumphs and tragedies taking place during Hawaiian comp season. Here’s week 2.
Watch this new edit from Sic_ (Mikey Mallilieu) featuring Jack Freestone and Mitch Coleborn in Indo. 8-minutes of excuses to stop work.
Shot and edited by Chris Papaleo, Black Sheep is a year’s worth of Nick Rozsa footage from California and Hawaii shaved down to 11 minutes of glory.
For a raw, unprecedented look into the life and mind of Kelly Slater, enjoy our video, shot and produced by Todd Glaser.
For the next 6 weeks, our North Shore correspondent Nolan Hall will recap the triumphs and tragedies taking place during Hawaiian comp season. Here’s week 1.
John John Florence’s new film, View From A Blue Moon, premieres globally today. We got to see it first, and the audience around us were almost too stunned to clap afterwards. Learn why here.
WSL commentators are not trained linguists, but it seems telling that they don’t mind taking an imprecise approach to their Latin name-calling, but it’s a disaster if they mix up an Anglo name.
5 years since we lost the great Andy Irons. Watch archival footage of Andy along with Dane Reynolds, Kolohe Andino and Noa Deane on Andy’s old boards in the Mentawai’s.
Watch the official trailer for John John Florence and Blake Vincent Kueny’s film here.
Catch the world premiere of Gerry Lopez’s new flick, thanks to our pals at Patagonia.
Cinematographer Ian Durkin teamed up Foster Huntington and traveled south from the Pacific Northwest to the Southern reaches of Mexico’s Peninsula. Watch the film they made here.
Tom Gorelik premiered his newest video, Screengrab, by projecting it onto the wall of a handball court underneath the Manhattan Bridge.
Mikey Wright and 5-minutes of destruction in REV HED.
Ezekiel’s team always drags their boards and bags to the damn middle of nowhere, which we would normally be peeved about, but we are happily living vicariously through these images.
Tomorrow night, RVCA artist Kevin Ancell opens his first solo exhibition in many years. We visited his studio to get the low down on his new work. Watch the video here.
Rob Machado and 3 minutes from 3 sessions along the Indonesian Bukit Peninsula.
Australia’s winter is over. Done. Finished. Check-ya next year. All we have to show for it is this very good edit of Jack Freestone’s time around Queensland and the South Australian desert in the colder months.
On August 8, 1970, an Orca by the name of Lolita was taken from her family and sold to the Miami Seaquarium (MSQ), where she has been held in captivity for the last 45 years. Help return her to her family.