‘Surf Shacks’ Illustrates How Surfers Live

coreswell March 8, 2017 0
‘Surf Shacks’ Illustrates How Surfers Live

From New York City apartments and tiny Hawaiian huts, to cabins nestled in the woods and converted buses, many humble abodes fall under the general label “surf shack.” Surf Shacks: An Eclectic Compilation of Creative Surfer’s Homes from Coast to Coast and Overseas is Gestalten’s latest tome that chronicles and illustrates how surfers live on and off shore. Cabins made of windows. Exposed wooden workspaces. Endless amounts of surfboards. Record collections. Pets. Home studios. Edited by the popular surf-centric blog Indoek, Surf Shacks tells all the stories of filmmakers, former CEOs and iconic artists through anecdotes, photographs, illustrations and conversations that personalizes surfing through the lens of this eclectic cast of characters. Even if you’re not really into surfing, this 288-page hardcover coffee table book will be a welcome addition to your collection. Surf Shacks can be pre-ordered now prior to a release in April of this year.

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