In a three-week-long road trip, photographer Owen Tozer and journalist Matt Barr document the influence of Californian board sports culture.
Our latest print instalment is about people on the move – all of whom are actively working to change the world around them.
The Australian has become one of the most influential nature photographers of the 21st century, capturing the formidable power – and increasing vulnerability – of our oceans.
In the new episode of Joining the Dots, Don Letts meets Andrew Cotton to talk through his life in surf.
The French surfer and musician talks about her latest role as jury president for this year’s London Surf Film Festival.
The Wave Project is the country’s first-ever surf therapy charity, helping young people find resilience through the sport.
Bringing together eight musicians, 16 surfers and three oceans, Self Discovery for Social Survival subverts the format of surf's cult classics to hypnotic effect.
Jérôme Sahyoun travels the world as a pro-surfer, fisherman and wild-boar hunter – part of a tireless strategy to squeeze the most out of life.
Years after her father and friends travelled across Latin America with just surfboards and a van, Antonia Wallig is taking that adventure a step further.
Ross Clarke-Jones starred in one of the high points of schlock '80s surf culture. Thirty years on, Mad Wax is being re-issued in a Quiksilver capsule collection.
In The Tribes of Palos Verdes – the latest from Emmett and his brother Brendan – the ocean offers salvation in the face of familial trauma.
Is it possible to live life on the edge and still be completely chill? We caught up with James Parry, one of Britain's most influential surfers, to pick apart his zen approach to riding waves.