Surfing is a way of life. A life dominated by waves and high tide with a cozy place for a break. Creative personalities for bold homes - Surf Shacks illustrate the lives of surfers both on and off land.
Many places of residence can be described as surf shack: New York apartments, cottages located next to national parks or tiny Hawaiian huts. Surfing communities are brimming with creativity, innovation and rich personalities. Surf Shacks takes a closer look at surfers' homes and their artistic habits. A glance at the record collections, walks in the backyard gardens or a peek into the painting studio gives you an insight into the life of surfers both on and off land.
From the remote Hawaiian corner of director Jess Bianchi to the forest of Japanese paradise that former CEO of the Surfrider Foundation in Japan, Hiromi Masubara, calls the home of the converted bus that Ryan Lovelace considers his residence and transport - each space has its own unique story. . The moments these vivid personalities spend away from the waves and foam are both captivating and nuanced.
With anecdotes and photos, illustrations and conversations, Surf Shacks reveals a more personal surfing side and an eclectic cast of characters.
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