Fyasko skater Aidan Dansey explores the legendary Baldy Pipe.
Photos by: Joel Zavaglia @fuffurs
August 13th, 2014
August 7th, 2014
July 30th, 2014
Take a look at the new Fyasko Turf War capsule collection.
Shop TURF WAR HERE!
July 20th, 2014
July 18th, 2014
July 17th, 2014
July 15th, 2014
Fyasko is proud to welcome Orange County surfer Connor MaCleod to the Fyasko Family! Read on for pictures and bio!
Name: Connor MaCleod
Date of Birth: September 5, 1997
Hometown: Laguna Niguel Ca.
Sponsors: Fyasko, Infinity Surfboards, & Killer Dana Surf Shop
Homebreak: Salt Creek
Who and what influences you to continue surfing?: “My dad has influenced my surfing the most with the help of Kevin Dean at DSC Performance. I also love watching Nat Young as well!”
What are your future goals in life and your surfing?: “My life goals are to attend a good college, but pursue my surfing as far as it will take me! Another goal of mine is to travel so I could experience the world!”
July 1st, 2014
Another year and another crazy and fun Matsters golf tournament held at the Newport Beach Golf Course. The fyasko hole did not disappoint again, this time with a Cabo Cantina theme equipped with Sombreros, cervezas, tequila shots, Margaritas, and water pistols! Each contestant sat down for a whistle blown tequila shot, with a head shake and a couple spins before they could tee off on the ball. All while armed banditos with water pistolas forced a timely swing.
What started as fun in the sun became debauchery and sin by the end of the night! Viva Mexico!!!
June 28th, 2014
June 26th, 2014
A visual artist living and working in Newport Beach, Zachary Crawford has been making art professionally for ten years and has been widely collected nationally, both privately and publicly. As a self-taught artist he has never been content to be confined to any particular medium or genre, instead he thrives on the freedom of experimentation and new techniques.
There is a distinct thread of tension between the beautiful and the broken that runs through Crawford’s work. He will not let you forget that the beauty in life is never far removed from the pain and brokenness that we face as well. However, there seems to be an inkling towards hope, although that hope is never spelled out. Perhaps his work is best understood as a call to appreciate the magnificent beauty that this life has to offer, and a reminder that there is beauty in the brokenness as well.