Originally hailed as “the ultimate homage to the sun-kissed surfing life…”
Features 85 previously unpublished photos, and reflective essays by both Michael Dweck and artist Peter Beard in this expanded 10th anniversary edition.
Summer, youth, idealism. The End, originally published in 2004, documents a way of life both fading and being reinvented.
An instant classic, the New York Times noted that it first run of 5000 sold out in fewer than three weeks.
Published by Ditch Plains Press, New York, 2015
- 226 pages, 260 duotone plates, 15 color plates, 11” x 14”, 3 gatefolds
- Cloth bound with dust jacket
- Edition of of 2700
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of The End: Montauk, N.Y. will go towards maintaining the waterways and beaches of Long Island and the U.S. through the Surfrider Foundation and Oceana.