Drawing Everything Out Of Nothing

Matthew F Fisher and The Magic of The Ocean’s Unknown Brooklyn-based artist, Matthew F Fisher may not be able to surf a wave,...

Surfer Magazine | Thank You And Goodbye (For Now?)

Surfer Magazine1960 – October 2nd 2020 “I like to feel that surfing is a little more artistic and light, with a sense of humor,...

Barrels, Bulldozers, and Billionaires

The Fight To #SaveBarbuda   Crystal clear warm waters, salmon-pink sand, cylindrical barrels. In the mind of any surfer, a place like this...

The History of Surfboard Design: Bob McTavish and The Vee Bottom (aka Plastic Machine)

The vee-bottom contour was a pivotal feature for the more turn-oriented style of surfing that emerged in the mid-sixties. Consisting initially of two...

A Career With A Heart

The findings of this study bring us closer to understanding the diverse motivations behind surf tourism workers, particularly those in emerging economies in...

Divided: The Surf Dynamics of The Mexico-US Border Zone

“When we want to have a better understanding of the social and cultural processes around border regions, we usually focus on land borders....

Ocean Literacy & Surfing | Surf Simply

One recurring notion in the study is that surfers are often “intuitively ocean literate”, that they develop ocean literacy unconsciously through the practice...

Nazaré’s Waves of Change | Surf Simply

The town enjoyed some life during the summer, New Years Eve, carnival, and Easter when it was a holiday destination, mostly for Portuguese...

Dare, Accomplish, Transform | Surf Simply

How did the idea of Surf.ART come to be?The idea was born in 2011, in a training promoted by the Pressley Ridge Association...

To The Fullest – Surf Simply

Whether accompanied or not, one thing Aitor has to rely on is his wave riding skills. And like all surfers striving to improve,...