Kassia Meador & Cyrus Sutton: Share “How to Build a Life Around Your Passions”

Words by Zach Weisberg Cyrus Sutton and Kassia Meador. They’ve both managed to craft a life (and livelihood) that revolves around the things they love without, ostensibly, making many ideological compromises. Yes, they are insanely talented surfers, and it’s likely that their exceptional talents have played a huge role in enabling their lifestyles to date. But…

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Surfing The Slow Life

Surfing The Slow Life

Sandra Tinari is an Australian photojournalist who’s been traveling the world surfing and writing about cultures she finds. You can learn more about her in this past interview or check out her website. Eating fresh, locally produced food is an age-old philosophy that’s regaining popularity as many of us opt out of the fast lane and think more about…

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Mary Heilmann: A Perspective on Art, Water and Surfing

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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Exhibitionists: Hannah Katarski

Exhibitionists: Hannah Katarski

We came across Hannah Katarski’s work on Instagram and immediately loved her delicate watercolored beach scenes. It turns out, she is a multi-media artist, working not only in paint but photography and textiles. She’s inspired by some of our favorite artists working today, and we think you’ll really dig the perspective she’s adding to this…

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