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.
A new film by Huck and Finisterre follows four surfers as they flee the daily grind of New York, slipping away at dawn to find salvation in the sea.
Bastien Bonnarme travels the globe capturing waves at their awe-inspiring best – risking his own safety in the process.
We caught up with the legendary surfer to talk about his latest collaboration with Vans, his love for the sea, and the connection between surfing and style.
Handcrafted Maine is a new book celebrating the artists, artisans, and craftspeople of Maine – a US state known for its sense of independence.
The world renowned surfer is captured by friend and filmmaker Morgan Maassen in his latest wanderlust-evoking short film, shot in the North Shore of Oahu.
Russell Ord started putting himself between the waves to find his own space in the world of surf photography. Now, his fearless approach to life is being captured in a documentary.