Making It: Shawn Stussy

Making It: Shawn Stussy

Interview by Carletes Saez. My personal introduction to Shawn happened in the late 80s when I saw his signature in a skateboarding ad for the very first time. I was about 10 years old at the time and it caught my eye. I could’t really read what it said, but it was beautiful and different…

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The SeaBin Project: A Closer Look

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Start Small   In this feature we talk to Pete Ceglinski, co-founder of the Seabin Project, on the vision to create a clean, healthy ocean environment by spreading a relatively simple and necessary idea. We hear an update on the project and get recommendations for other DIYers out there, before getting a look at the…

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Making It: Jake Donlen

Making It: Jake Donlen

Runamuk Visual’s Jack Donlen got arthritis when he was fresh out of school, putting a cramp in his surf style. But that didn’t stop him from admiring the beauty of the ocean and the talents of his friends. So he picked up a camera and started shooting. His skillful filmmaking landed him in-house at Billabong…

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Filmmaker Feature: John Lynch

Filmmaker Feature: John Lynch

John Lynch first got his hands on a camera at the ripe age of 10 and never looked back. Combining his passion for travel and surfing, he has carved out a life behind the lens sharing the inspiration picked up from the cultures he has explored across the globe. With a couple of traditional surf…

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Hitting the Road: Vanajeros

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Soon, a band of four photographers and filmmakers will embark on a van life expedition through Mexico, Central and South America to capture images of the kinds of people and places that are usually passed up by travelers, with the goal of giving something back to the communities they document. Naturally, the whole trip is…

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How To Run A Business And Live Well On The Road By Anna Ehrgott

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We sat down with surfer and business owner, Anna Ehrgott, to talk about her nomadic life, surf escapades and what it’s like to own and operate her own business, Sagebrush Boardbags, while living a rich life on the road.     In a few sentences, can you tell us about the forces that shaped you…

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Mary Heilmann: A Perspective on Art, Water and Surfing

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One of the great contemporary artists of our time, Mary Heilmann’s ability to blend pop culture, color and minimalism into works of art that challenge the boundaries of shape, structure and a brilliant simplicity place her among a radical group of artists worth a closer look. Here, Pilgrim Surf peels back the layers to expose…

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Happy Campers: Ryan Lovelace

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“You really have to sack up and just do it sometimes.” Ryan Lovelace shares with us this and other thoughtful insights about his Cosmic Collider van conversion, which you may or may not have been following on Tumblr. Here the well known surfboard shaper gets into the nitty gritty details about some of the best…

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