A big thanks to the legendary Jeff Divine for an epic slideshow and photo exhibit last weekend! Also to Tom Adler, and to everyone that came out for the event including Calicraft for the beer on tap! Jeff's work will be in the gallery until June and look for prints and posters to be on sale later this week on the website....

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Jack Coleman's epic new film Groove Move is now available on DVD at the shops and online.....

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Artwork by Kyle Field

Artwork by Kyle Field

Kyle Field aka Little Wings made some epic gatefold artwork for an upcoming official Grateful Dead release out on Saturday 4/19 for Record Store Day. The show is from Hampton '79 on 2LP 180-gram vinyl and limited to 7900 copies...Yeah Ky buds!

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9'4 Joel Tudor '65

9'4 Joel Tudor '65

6'0 Joel Tudor Karma

6'0 Joel Tudor Karma

5'8 Joel Tudor Fish

5'8 Joel Tudor Fish

9'8 Joel Tudor Classik Square

9'8 Joel Tudor Classik Square

Tudor Surfboards was founded in 1998 after my 12-year tutelage under the late and great Donald Takayama. With the help of my family, whose roots in surfing date back to the early 1960's, I was able to develop boards that merged classic shapes with contemporary modern design. I've always said, "you must look back in order to move forward". This has been true for every board that Tudor Surfboards has created- but we are FAR from retro. Our boards are not built on trends, blogs or imitation. The board you surf on should always depend on the wave you are surfing, and that simple truth is the core of our philosophy. — Joel Tudor

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6'3 Ellis Ericson Sunflower (Used)

6'3 Ellis Ericson Sunflower (Used)

7'5 Alex Knost BMT (Used)

7'5 Alex Knost BMT (Used)

9'6 Andreini Serena (Used)

9'6 Andreini Serena (Used)

8'0 Ward Coffey Glider (Used)

8'0 Ward Coffey Glider (Used)

Thomas has culled his ever-eclectic quiver and dropped off 4 used boards in San Francisco...

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The best surfing photographs lift us out of ourselves for a moment, inviting us to step in to the image; to position ourselves on that wave, in that barrel, or to be gazing out on an empty lineup for the first time as if we had ourselves made the discovery. Photographs undoubtably fire the imagination, inspire us to surf to greater heights (sometimes literally) and spur us to explore further afield.

Mark McInnis is a photographer from the Pacific Northwest whose work does much to fuel the fervent fantasies of surfers everywhere, from picturesque landscapes to perfect unridden surf. For more of Mark’s work, visit his website.

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