On the cover: Dion Agius removes the right amount of serenity from a lonely, aquamarine bank on the east coast of Tasmania. Story points inside hack through the thickets of a rhythmic West African pointbreak, the machinations of procuring the perfect two-board quiver, and David Darling’s 1960s lens-work in Hawaii. Hayden Cox’s self-renovated perch in Sydney, and Chris Klopf’s traditional-minded subjects add a touch of the domestic.
Shaper Paul Naude's focus on shapes on his history from South Africa to his Locus, The Strange Art of Composure is a great article on trim, equilibrium, and gradation to the lens of photographer Chris Klopf, The new sound off on 2 board quivers for global travel, A look at an Africa Point wave, a feature on david darlings photos of Hawaii in the 1960's written by Drew Kampion, Discussions on future rides, and a portfolio of an Australian shooter. This mags packed!