Left to Right:
Edfactor, Erik Maki of Maki Skateboards, Lauren Hawthorne, Mike Keller, Tyler Hatzikian, Mike Siordia, Adrienne Olivera, and Josh Gilberts.
In homage to the original 60s surf crew of 22nd
st, popular subjects for the legendary Surf Photographer Leroy Grannis, Brent Broza of Broza Photography, Tyler Surfboards, and Maki Skateboards planned a morning of fun and surf at this heritage point of surf culture. Congregating in front of the Green Grocery Store on Hermosa Ave and 22nd
st., the faction of stoke enjoyed fun three to five foot waves riding equipment appropriate to the era. DZ
Like a cover model of Tiger Beat magazine, Gilberts strikes a pose.
Going for broke, Hatzikian stretches into the next section.
Adrienne walking into familiar territory, the Nose.
Left to Right:
Erik Maki of Maki Skateboards, Tatsuo Takei, Adrienne Olivera, Lauren Hawthorne, Mike Siordia, Edfactor, Josh Gilberts, Tyler Hatzikian, Mike Keller
Soup Slide Sensation Siordia slips left
Twinkling a few toes, TYLER tips out before throwing a cutback
Gathering a group of surfers is no Garden Party for a photo shoot especially when the surfs up.
The Boss, Tyler, in the shoptruck, a 1960 El Camino.
Siordia taking time between shots to pull a few turns on on his Maki Longboard.
Adrienne hangs a few painted toe nails off the tip.
With a grin from ear to ear, Tyler enjoys the inside.
All photos by Brent Broza of Broza Photograpghy: www.brozaphoto.com
Tyler Surfboards: tylersurfboards.com
Maki Skateboards: makilongboards.com
The spread in the November issue of Drop ZOne.
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