Waves & Woods is not only about surfing, it also covers everything the surf community loves: outdoor, travel, eco, vanlife, photography, art and - most importantly - sustainability. The most renowned authors and photographers from the surfing and outdoor world are on board and fill each of the large-format issues with fantastic stories.
What can you expect in issue 19?
The Australian Kane Brown has chickenpox and can no longer travel due to Covid-19 regulations, but he now has enough time to show his best surfing photos.
UTAH WITH THE GANG
Photographer Monti Smith goes on a business trip to Utah.
The program was to chase Moto-X machines through the desert and drink cold beer with your best friends around the fire. Keep your eyes open when choosing a career.
“Put the carbon back in the soil” - that is simply the motto of regenerative agriculture in order to stop climate change, promote biodiversity and develop future food systems. In the USA and Australia, regenerative agriculture has long been a household name, but in Germany the topic is still relatively new. Benedikt Bösel wants to change that.
FACES OF WYOMING
The photographer Mike Vanata takes us to the patriotic Wyoming and chats with us about the pride, poverty, racism and politics of his home country USA.
BAD ROADS BRING GOOD PEOPLE
On a road trip through the lonely Baja California you will generally encounter incredible point breaks, but few other people. Our freelancer Charlotte von Grotte can confirm this. But the people she met made a lasting impression on her.
The Swedish ultra runner Jacob Zocherman reports on his new everyday life during the corona madness and finds out that, especially in the crisis, you can find new ways to walk or run. In his case, the one on his doorstep.
Do you still need fossil fuel to make outdoor clothing these days?
HOME SWEET HOME
The surf pro and friend of the house Marlon Lipke is fortunate that he lives in wave-rich Portugal. In a personal conversation, he tells us where it is best for those interested in Waves & Woods, what he thinks about the flood of mobile homes on the coasts and how he is dealing with the new corona situation.
The artist Trevor Humphres moved from Hawaii to Holland because of love, but then found the peace and quiet to draw attention to himself with chic illus. He convinced us.
132 pages | german | 24.5 x 35 cm