Get inside the Surfer’s St. Augustine Home
Ty Williams is full of color. From his tropical paintings to his brightly-colored abode, Williams lives and breathes the life of a surfer. For our recent release Surf Shacks, we visited the illustrator at his home in St. Augustine, Florida, where he lives when he’s not at his parent’s horse farm in Maine or chasing waves around the world. Dive into the book to get an up-close-and-personal look at how he made his house a home and explore his retreat in New England in a video by our friends at INDOEK.
Surf Shacks is a in-depth showcase of the creativity and eclecticism that the surfing scene celebrates. Join in the party tomorrow night at General Admission from 6 to 9 in Venice, California. On the guest list? A book signing and installation tacos and drinks, and a limited-edition Surf Shacks screenprint for the first 20 people to pick up a copy of the book.
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.
Many of us long to get away from it all in the great outdoors. Converted vans, trucks, and other vehicles are increasingly popular means of escape that provide temporary homes amid isolated terrain, sandy dunes, and endless skies.
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.