THE SURFERS JOURNAL 31.1
On the front: David Nuuhiwa (@davidnuuhiwa) shows the 22nd Street locals some barrel-strength beachboy style. Hermosa Beach, 1964. Photographer LeRoy Grannis’ back-of-print note reveals it was a Friday. On the back: Photographer Woody Gooch (@woodygphoto) and a small crew of Australians tread as lightly as they can on the Westside of Oahu.
The guts of the new issue? A deep-dive into the cover subject’s era-defining talent and persona. A check-in with Western Australia desert-dweller Imogen Caldwell (@imogencaldwell). A longform study in coastal culture’s most prominent physical landmark—the pier. The wave holdings of a quiet, remote island 300 miles out into the Tasman Sea. A roundup of contemporary surf visuals cut straight from the core. Gallery-esque looks at the work of surfer-illustrator Geoff McFetridge (@mcfetridge). TSJ 31.1 is loaded with all that and lots more.