Surf Art

Catching up with Wyland

By Mike Latronic Photos Wyland Worldwide In the world of art and ocean awareness, no one man does it better or bigger than renowned artist Wyland. This man, whose namesake headlines galleries around the ...

Surf Art / Jeannie Chesser

If you’ve ever surfed out at Ala Moana Bowls, you’ve probably noticed the cute little firecracker with short white hair picking off the best waves. That legendary woman is Jeannie Chesser and odds are, she’s been surfing longer than you’ve been alive. This en...

Heather Brown’s “Summer Vacation”

"A beautiful summer day and everything is fine," says artist Heather Brown. "We always love when the "surf season" ends but we still get fun days on the North Shore and the crowds are spread throughout the isla...

Heather Brown’s “Pipeline Style”

"Living just down the beach from Pipeline on The North Shore of Oahu, I get plenty of chances to go watch the big waves and the great people that ride them," said artist Heather Brown. "Style is what originally...

Lens Women- Amber Mozo

The DNA Amber Mozo received from her parents included more than brown hair, brown eyes and a snow white smile; it also included an eye for photography. After her father, Jon Mozo, passed away in an accident at Pipeline in 2005, camera equipment rema...

Lens Women- Christa Funk

Why does Christa Funk shoot from the water at Pipeline, Sunset and Jaws during heavy winter season swells on the North Shore? “I try and stay uncomfortable,” the 26-year- old says. “And use different ...

IRIE LOVE

by Chelsea Jarrell Toes and heels velcroed to the board, dropping into a frothy left. Finding out it’s yours. Finding out it’s not yours. It’s that embracing feeling that everything’s dandy no matt...

6th Annual Pow Wow Hawaii

During the week of February 8th, Honolulu’s Kakaako district was splashed with bold and colorful graffiti, manifested into expansive and collective murals that featured the likes of gladiator-clad mythical figures, cartoon-like animals and multiple, vi...

Sounds: Zion Thompson from The Green

by Chelsea Jarrell Driving down Kamehameha Highway along Oahu’s foamy coastline while salty-skinned, strummed notes from The Green’s sweet reggae guitar echo from the radio: “She was the best ‘caus...

12TH ANNUAL KONA SURF FILM FESTIVAL

Story and Photos by Shawn Pila January 30th was a perfect night for the 12th Annual Kona Surf Film Festival presented by ALTRES as families, friends, surfers, boardmakers, filmmakers and tourists gathered for an evening of movies, live music, art, p...