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Surf Shacks

Indoek is a popular surf culture blog, over the years they have visited the dwellings of countless surfers from all over the world. Surf Shacks is a compilation of these welcoming encounters, and celebrates the surfing world’s creative individuals, their beloved homes, and how they live their lives outside of the swell. The coffee table book is filled with beautiful images revealing a more personal side to surfing and its eclectic cast of characters. But beware, this will make you want to quit your day job and live by the tide.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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TILT | HANCOCK CENTER CHICAGO

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PETIT ST VINCENT RESORT | GRENADINE ISLANDS | Image

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ADRIFT | SEVENTY-SIX DAYS LOST AT SEA | Image

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