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.
A real trip, a psychic migration, an exercise in aesthetic, whatever—this is a beautifully put together scrapbook of the Volcom team over the course of a year.
We talk to professional surfer and all-round stuff-doer, Dion Agius, about his new front-deck-grip-pad company, Octopus.
Jamie Brisick recently released his book, Becoming Westerly, and it’s an enthralling, deeply moving look into the life and transformation of Australian surfer, Peter Drouyn.
Woody Gooch is a young photographer is from the Sunshine Coast of Australia, and also might be the pre-eminent rising star of surf photography in the world.
With Australia coming up on what will doubtlessly be one of the sharkier summers in recent memory, what better time to read a book about a giant shark terrorizing the beach?
The WSL’s Hurley Pro Trestles started Wednesday morning, so who better to catch up with than Curren Caples to talk Trestles? No one. That’s why we caught up with him, silly.
In May of this year, a pipe ruptured and some 140,000 galloons of oil spewed into Refugio, on the Santa Barbara coastline. Watch this short film from the crew over at Farm League to learn more.
We figured if Steph was 1/8th as good at making a playlist as she is on a wave, it’d be worth the listen. Not only did she comply, but she managed to keep her love of JLO to herself. Listen to it here.
Watch Craig Anderson and Ryan Callinan in this soothing 3-minute edit from Jack ‘Grom’ Taylor.
Julian Wilson and some wild rotations and a full-rotation Oop that has a little extra something going on! Come on in!
Thirteen minutes of fresh Noa Deane footage? Fucking. Yes. From the opening wave, surfing that weird twin fin, you know that this clip is going to be something special. And from that the opening wave on, surfing that weird twin fin, it really is.
The crew recently took a trip below the border for their latest campaign, and by the looks of things, they had a great time.
Hailing from Hobart, Tasmania, photographer Digby Ayton spent his adolescence adventuring around the Apple Isle’s most isolated surf breaks.
Never has a wetsuit looked better than on the sun kissed arms of Brendon Gibbens.