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Surf Shacks - Gestalten

Designer: Gestalten

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Surf Shacks - an eclectic mix of surfers from all walks of life. From NYC to Topanga Canyon and Bondi Beach, this book by surf culture blog Indoek offers a glimpse into the homes of surfing's most creative minds. No matter if artist, illustrator, architect, board shaper, photographer, writer, director, or designer. The common thread is a love for surfing, and a home that reflects each ones unique take on that passion. Needless to say, whether you surf or not, this book is worth picking up.


There’s just something about surf culture that draws hugely talented creative minds and genuinely curious characters like few other life-consuming activities—not to mention the eyes of so many who have never and will never even attempt to paddle out on their own but dream of the idilic lifestyle. It’s a voyeuristic thing. Rather than try to explain the phenomenon, for now we’d rather just join in in the admiration.

“Surf Shacks,” a hardcover to celebrate creative surf culture—more specifically, the beautifully unique places a collection of surfers spend time while waiting for the swell to build.

Published by Berlin’s Gestalten and edited by surf culture blog Indoek, the 288 page book is effectively a physical collection of digital articles from Indoek’s ongoing online series by the same name, with interview excerpts and original photography with a few of the more interesting individuals to be featured.

Shacks all over the world are included, with highlights coming from Colin Tunstall of Saturdays Surf NYC, Floridian artist and painter Ty Williams, photographer Nick LaVecchia of Maine, surfer and sailboat-liver Trevor Gordon, and Venice Beach’s own Kassia Meadow.

What someone surrounds themselves with says a lot about who they are, how they see themselves and the world at large. The opportunity Surf Shacks offers is rare. 

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