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  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
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The Surfer's Journal

THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 29.6.

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On the cover: We’ve explored the tube from every conceivable POV, including the surfer’s, and recent developments in “spherical capture” are rubbing right up against virtual reality, as displayed by Jordy Maree in South Africa.

TSJ 29.6 nearly breaks the odometer, jumping from an unlikely shaping bay in the Californian desert to trespassing for empty lineups in the Antipodes to checking the reemerging balsa scene among locals in Papua New Guinea. A look back at the surf lineage of a mile-long stretch of San Diego beach and a profile of the multi-craft expert Kai Lenny provide written doses of subcultural tradition and pure evolution. Visually, the issue’s showcases on fine artist Milton Avery’s abstract seascapes and photographer Will Adler’s atmospheric captures serve as reminders that the ocean, and riding waves, ultimately boils down to feeling it.

en détail:

  • F*ck The Hangups - Kai Lenny 
  • Shut Up And Paint - Milton Avery'
  • Two In A Tuk Tuk
  • Good Wood - Fun with Balsa Boards in Papa-Neuguinea
  • Essay: Swimming to Molokai
  • Every Sandbar Tells A Story - San Diego's Surfline
  • The Compound - Mike & Forrest Minchinton 
  • Loitering With Intent
  • Portfolio: Will Adler
  • Surf Passage - Interview with Jocko Willing
  • Undercurrents - Winter storms at the coast of Ireland
  • Field Report: Hunting the world's northmost surfers