Archive for the ‘Interesting Humans’ Category

March 13th, 2015 | By | 8 Comments

Couch Surfing: Torrey Meister’s Spleen

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He’s the guy on SWELL’s homepage, he’s a weapon in slabs, he owned our couch en-route to mainland and here’s on latest on his post-injury report.  Photos by Marc Prefontaine @831Prefontaine

Ya Torrey, thanks for the chat, we’ve been think bout ya since the spleen blowout.  What was the extent of your injury? We’ve heard people can bleed out from that.

Torrey: No worries man thanks for your concern. Rupturing a spleen is a very strange injury, I have never experienced anything like it in my life . (more…)

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March 6th, 2015 | By | 47 Comments

Baja Step Offs Luke Forgay Captures An Epic Session at the PeMex Plant

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on the last soid west SWELL in north baja, I Drove across the border with Cameron Faris and South African Native Frank Solomon to chase the swell and weather. (more…)

February 19th, 2015 | By | 13 Comments

Holy Ship 2015 Cut Snake Survival Guide Paul Fisher Shares His Cheeky Guide to Raging Right on his Floating Festival

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Our favorite spinning surf turkeys are on tour in the Caribbean dropping beats for the Holy Shippers, and they have a few tricks for keeping the party alive. Paul Fisher and Leigh Sedley just might have heat stroke, so take “advice” with a pound of salt.

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SUNSCREEN FLASKS:
“Everyone takes sunscreen to the Bahamas, so the customs agent won’t have a clue when ya empty out 5 of them and fill em with your favourite booze!!!” (more…)

February 19th, 2015 | By | 45 Comments

KR3W Rights Refused: Charles Peterson A Short Film by Riley Blakeway

Our good mate Riley Blakeway just released an insane video about acclaimed Kurt Cobain photographer Charles Peterson. His KR3W Rights Refused rockumentary delivers an introspective video that serves as a preview of the collaboration as well as an introduction to Peterson and his scope of work. (more…)