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”.

Being There

Photo by Lea Brassy & Vincent Colliart
Self-supported ski journey to the waves of remote Iceland with Lea Brassy & Vincent Colliart. Full length film.

FERÐIN - SURFING ICELAND

Stockholms crew having a blast in Iceland PART 2! this time with Jacob & Sofias film from the trip. Enjoy!

Vestfirðir

Text by Freddie Meadows
Photo by Gustav Wiking / 654Stockholm
Stockholms crew having a blast in Iceland. Watch the photos and read Freddie Meadows summary

Iceland through the lens of Jake Price

Photo by Jake Price
For almost a year ago we were releasing NSM nr. 24 featuring a snowsurf boat trip in Iceland with Hawaiian big waves legend Kohl Christensen and snowboards giants Jeremy Jones, Bryan Iguchi & Forrest Shearer.

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.

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