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The Japanese archipelago receives high-quality snow and waves during the winter when the atmospheric pressure is low. ”Placement” follows surfer and snowboarder Ryosuke “Mossan (M03)” Kenmochi’s pursuit of this “low pressure.” http://www.terasu.co/placement-featuring-m03/
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Terasu Co added a video
1 year ago
Shot in Southern California, Tokyo, and Amami Island. Surfing by Naki, Christian Wach, Tyler Warren, Ryan Engle, with appearances by Donavon Frankenreiter, Alex Knost, Danny Hess, and more... Thanks to the Green Room Festival, Catch Surf, Canvas Surfboards, Nation Surfboards, Cole Surfboards, Amami Green Hill, and of course NakiSurf.
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Terasu Co added a video
1 year ago
Maine is a state of constant change. Its seasons are so strong that the landscape and its inhabitants must adapt again every time they move from one to the next. Jacques Beriau has found balance at the intersection of the seasons and the land and the sea that meets it. He is a farmer, a surfer, and a science teacher, but all three depend on the others to make it through the year. The pigs he and his wife raise helped them clear the land that became their farm, where the surreal sight of surfboards leaning against an old red barn is both common and comforting. Full Story and Photos↓ terasu.co/sea-love-surfboards-jacques-beriau/
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Terasu Co added a video
1 year ago
A natural-born competitor, Troy Mothershead sought to be the quarterback of his high school football team. Balancing the laid-back vibes of surfing and the drive to compete on the field led to one of those small-but-significant moments that came to define his career. He chose to skip football practice to attend a surf contest one day, and that decision became a defining one in a life that’s been full of honest choices. Not many of us are blessed with such moments of clarity, a fact he has never taken for granted. Full story on photos: terasu.co/troy-mothershead/ Prints available at store.terasu.co
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Terasu Co added a video
1 year ago
Margaux Arramon-Tucoo creates a world that suits her. She rides longboards in the era of ever-shorter. She paints kaleidoscopic rainbows of shapes and color that do not betray her first love. Though surfing and art are inexorably linked, she believes that surfers do not have to be surf artists. Instead, her entire world, from her pastel yellow Renault van to the clean lines she carves on her single-fin longboards appear effortlessly orchestrated — as though she bends the appearance of the universe to suit her whimsical mind. This speaks to the intangible magnetism Margaux possesses. It’s not record-breaking aerials or death-defying tow-ins that have garnered her international attention. Surfing is Margaux’s way of reconnecting with the essential, of speaking directly to the quietest part of the soul. Surfing gives what creating takes. Full story and photos↓ terasu.co/margaux-arramon-tucoo/
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Terasu Co added a video
2 years ago
In the water, DeTemple’s modern adaptation of time-honored style makes it clear that he doesn’t give up on a good thing, even in the midst of complications. Though medical issues had the potential to prevent him from ever surfing again, he refused to be put out of commission – he was enjoying life too much as it was. Rather than letting go of the past, he used that secondhand spark to drive him forward. The experience of hardship contextualized the past: it underscored the transience of health and vitality. Threatened by the possibility of missing out on what he loved, DeTemple adopted an almost frantic energy to live life to its fullest.
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