Surfer (magazine)

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Surfer
Surfer (magazine) 2011 April.jpg
Editor Brendon Thomas
Categories Sports magazine
Frequency Monthly
Total circulation
(December 2011)
101,270[1]
Founder John Severson
First issue  1959 (1959-month)
Company Source Interlink Media
Country  United States
Based in San Juan Capistrano, California
Language English
Website www.surfermag.com
ISSN 0039-6036

Surfer is a monthly surfing culture magazine.

The magazine was founded by John Severson in 1959 as a program to accompany his yearly surf films. Severson's photography, art and sense of humor set the pace for the future of Surfer, which quickly grew to be a reflection of the sport and culture, as well as a sounding board for surfers and environmental activists. Since 1959, Surfer Magazine has used its publication as a means of bringing readers a slice of the entire surfing world. Its editor-in-chief is Brendon Thomas; the photo editor is Grant Ellis.

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