Archive for October, 2012



“Surrounded by the High Council of Hawaiian Watermen, the Beach Boys, Donald was schooled in the arts of surfing and boardbuilding. He rode his first wave when he was five, and by the time his ninth birthday rolled around, he was already becoming an accomplished shaper.” — Scott Hulet Donald Takayama by Scott Hulet photo […]


Corky’s Day Off – Ultimately Not Worth It

“It was one of those October days when the winds were howling offshore with Santa Ana conditions and there was a solid 6-foot south swell running.” — CORKY CARROLL SURFING HERITAGE VINTAGE SURF AUCTION presented by QUIKSILVER WATERMAN COLLECTION MAY 11, 2013DOORS OPEN AT NOON @OC FAIRGROUNDS MARK YOUR CALENDARS TO SEE UNIQUE AND RARE […]


Calm Euphoria: Mark Healey Gets Toothy — Quiksilver Waterman Ambassador

“Sharks can’t change their facial expression. They tell you what they want you to know with their bodies.” — Mark Healey Mark gets up-close and personal with Bull sharks. Have we been wrong all along? WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:


Dewey Weber exhibition at Surfing Heritage Foundation

The much-anticipated biography of flamboyant surfing legend Dewey Weber (1938-1993) is the inspiration for an exhibition at Surfing Heritage Foundation that will open to the public Sunday, September 30 and run through December 2, 2012. The exhibition, Little Man On Wheels, is curated by Barry Haun and consists of key surfboards (such as the Dewey […]