NSM Nr.25 OUT NOW
The Baltic Issue
Our new issue is now available.
Photo by Ben Weiland
A journey into the obscure reaches of the North with Dane Gudauskas, Tanner Gudauskas, Heidar Logi, Elli Thor, and filmmaker Ben Weiland.
TOM CARROLL IN THE ARCTIC
Photo by Kian Bourke-Steer
Two-times world champion Tom Carroll joined the new Surf & Ski Adventure week proposed by Unstad Arctic Surf.
Arctic Winter Session
Photo by Hallvard Kolltveit
Scandinavia has enjoyed some great winter waves as storm after storm have pounded the shorelines.
Photo by Jani Kärppä
A few weeks ago in December Nicholas Wolken joined Antti Autti up at Pyhä Resort in northern Finland for some turns during the magical lighting conditions known as Polar Light.
A Forgotten Land
Photo by Gauchos del Mar
The Gauchos del Mar brothers perform an unprecedented expedition by foot with 35kgs+ on their backs during 53 days on the easternmost tip of Tierra del Fuego Province, a pristine area where no one lives.
Photo by Marcus Paladino
Marcus Paladino is a photographer living in Tofino, Canada
TOM CURREN AT OCEAN LOVE FESTIVAL IN DENMARK
Photo by Christian Nerdrum
TOM CURREN will be playing in Klitmøller!
GENTEMSTICK SURF PROJECT
Gentem Surf Project is a really exciting project with the shapers Yoshihiko kushimoto, Chris Christenson, Mick Mackie & Beau Young and Gentemstick. The collab result in 5 differents boards.
NSM at Sea Sick Surf
Amsterdam based surfshop SEA SICK just opened new shop in Bidart, France and we’re thrilled to have NSM available on their shelves
European Wooden Surfboard Meet
After 9 editions in Australia, the Wooden Surfboard Meet lands in Europe
A Blaze of Feather
A new collective band with Mickey Smith, Ben Howard, Rich Thomas, India Bourne, Kyle Keegan and Nat Watson!
Midsummer Midnight River Surfing in Åre
Text by Peter Brockman
Photo by Huldra Pictures
A spontaneous midsummer night river surfing session with Peter Brockman in Åre, Sweden.
The Plastic Project
The Plastic Project is entering its fifth year and is going from strength to strength. After spending ten years working on a surf magazine as well as being a freelance surf photographer, Tim Nunn came to a decision. He could no longer keep going to some of the remotest coastlines of the world without speaking out about the catastrophic pollution that was affecting them.