Self Discovery For Social Survival

Filmed in Iceland, the Maldives, and Mexico in three separate vignettes, musicians Allah-Las, Connan Mockasin, Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT, and Peaking Lights and pro-surfers Stephanie Gilmore, Creed McTaggart, Ryan Burch, Devon Howard, CJ Nelson, Corey Colapinto, Ellis Ericson + more embark on sound and surf journeys that conjures a surreal and serene symbiosis of music, the environment, and local culture.

THE QUIETER YOU ARE THE MORE YOU CAN HEAR

Craig Anderson in some cold waters… film of the year so far…and the ’bouquet final’- single fin session is an absolut gem. Watch now! 20 spectacular minutes of astonishing surfing

Nordurland

Photo by Ted Grambeau
a film about going surfing in the harsh, cold waters of the North Atlantic.

NOW | Heidar Logi

Photo by Elli Thor Magnússon
The story of Heidar Logi is a fascinating one. The harshness of the Icelandic weather has never been a barrier for Heidar, who surfs the black beaches of Iceland on an everyday basis.

ÆTT

New project from the - Arctic January - crew

Photo by Hallvard Kolltveit
For many years I’ve had the idea of travelling around the Nordics and documenting how it is to be a surfer here. Not so much showing the perfect days and unicorn moments, but rather a true as possible portrait of the surf culture here.

Nordic Surfers Magazine Conversations Podcast

EP.05 - JOEL DEN-BESTEN

Text by Joshua Burguete-Kirkman
Photo by Håkan Nyberg
Many of you will recognize him from many of our print issues. Joel has been making a name for himself in the Nordic surf scene for quite a while and has also recently shared journeys to Iceland and Alaska with 654 Stockholm that highlight the intrepid Australian adventurer in him.

Dispatches From A Plastic Planet

Waterlevel

After fifteen years shooting in the remotest coastlines on Earth, Tim Nunn has completed a film and book combo called Dispatches From A Plastic Planet.

A land shaped by women

presented by Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock

Gender equality has a long history and a special status in Iceland. As professional snowboarders who’ve fought hard for gender parity in a male-dominated sport throughout their careers, Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock wanted to dig deeper into Icelandic women’s mindset while combining it with their love for the mountains and the waves.

DARE – in Iceland - A land shaped by women

Photo by Eleonora_Raggi & Andres Beregovic
Snowboard-pro’s Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock are currently traveling through Iceland in a van to realize their latest movie project “DARE – In Iceland - A land shaped by women”.

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