See How Surfers Around the World Live
Many abodes can fall under the label of surf shack: New York City apartments, cabins nestled next to national parks, or tiny Hawaiian huts. Surfing communities are overflowing with creativity, innovation, and rich personas. Our latest book Surf Shacks takes a deeper look at surfers' homes and artistic habits.
Glimpses of record collections, strolls through backyard gardens, or a peek into a painter’s studio provide insight into surfers’ lives both on and off shore. From the remote Hawaiian nook of filmmaker Jess Bianchi to the woodsy Japanese paradise that the former CEO of Surfrider Foundation in Japan, Hiromi Masubara, calls home to the converted bus that Ryan Lovelace claims as his domicile and his transport, every space has a unique tale.
Through anecdotes and photographs, illustrations and conversations, Surf Shacks reveals a more personal side to surfing and its eclectic cast of characters. Browse the book.
All images taken from Surf Shacks
Cold-water surfing, the most remote surf spots, spectacular photography, illustrations, and custom boards: <em>Surf Odyssey</em> documents the modern cult of surfing as its own subculture and way of life.
Surfing is a way of life. A life dominated by the waves and the tide with a cozy place to pause in between. Creative personalities crafting bold homes, <i>Surf Shacks</i> illustrates how surfers live both on and off shore.