Film Screening - April 25th

We are excited to announce that we are hosting Cyrus Sutton and his new film as part of their west coast tour! To watch the trailer and grab your advanced tickets check out their website: 

To feed all the humans on the planet, we are going to have to grow as much food in the next 35 years as we have grown since the beginning of civilization. How are we going to feed the world without destroying the planet we live on?

A rich and complex tale of a young indigenous scientist's journey through the corn fields of GMO companies and loi patches of traditional Hawaiian elders reveals modern truths and ancient values that can save our food future. Less than two centuries ago, native Hawaiians fed their large population through some of the most historically sustainable agricultural practices ever documented. Yet modern-day Hawaii now imports 80-90% of their food supply from elsewhere in the world, due to a complex web of public policy and private interests. Within two generations, the Hawaiians have become canaries in the coal mine for food issues that are affecting the entire planet.


// FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 6 PM //

Please join us for an evening conversation about how we can become a more sustainable surf community. This event will feature talks from the folks at Sustainable Surf and Blissology, as well as some eco surf products and brands that are working to make our world and ocean a healthier place. Bring a can of food to donate and receive a free bar of Matunas surf wax (while supplies last). There will be beverages, snacks, and a raffle!

// sawyer & GRAIN SURFBOARDS present:



Participants will build a custom surfcraft from blank to finish. Design it, build it, ride it. All materials and instruction will be provided. All you have to do is show up and have fun. Sign up for the workshop here. $95/person. Space is limited. 


// BOOK SIGNING // saturday 2.20, 7-9 PM

In her critically acclaimed monograph 'Surf Site Tin Type' (Damiani) fine art photographer Joni Sternbach gathers the worldwide surfer community together in a series of fascinating portraits that celebrate surfing as a sport and way of life. Using the nineteenth-century wet-plate collodion process with a large-format camera, Sternbach creates one-of-a-kind tintypes that capture the bold individualism of the men and women who live to ride the waves. From the United States to Australia to Cornwall in England, Surf Site Tin Type brings us surfing legends, current stars and local practitioners portrayed in exquisitely detailed images.