Surfer

And a Cartoonist Shall Lead Them

1992

“Warrior’s Wake”, by Steve Barilotti SURFER Volume 33, Issue 1

“Rick, like the rest of us, was on a mission to turn on the world. I dug Rick’s stuff because it related so well to my own psychedelic experiences.”
—Jerry Garcia

It’s really hard to measure the impact of a single individual on our sprawling mass of a surfing culture. Yeah, Kelly Slater sold a million pairs of boardshorts and Tom Curren taught us what it meant to live as

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