GET READY TO BASK IN THE WARMTH OF THE SUN...
The all new Zuma Beach '67 collection features rare photographs, expertly snapped by Ken Veeder and George Jerman from the Capitol photo department. This highly curated collection is a must-have for any Beach Boys fan, offering a variety of statement pieces that'll make you feel like you're cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway.
Sailing Away Cotton Men's T-Shirt
Zuma Beach '78 Ladies Crewneck T-Shirt
The Warmth of the Sun Cotton Unisex T-Shirt
Zuma Beach '67 Unisex Crewneck T-Shirt
Surfin' Safari Cover - Limited Release Giclee Print
The Warmth of the Sun Ladies Crew T-Shirt
Paradise Cove Walking with Long Board - Limited Release Giclee Print
Sailing Away Cotton Ladies T-Shirt
Sailing Away - Limited Release Giclee Print
Catching A Wave Limited Edition Archival Print
A Day At The Beach Limited Edition Archival Print
ABOUT THE GALLERY
The official Beach Boys Gallery offers a peek into The Beach Boys' world of unseen moments, historic events, intimate working sessions at home and in the studio, along with the band’s love of fun and their unique journey through the world together.
From the innocence of their first commercial photo shoot at Paradise Cove near Malibu, CA with the legendary Ken Veeder (then Head of Photography at Capitol Records) in July 1962, to the worldly Earl Leaf capturing the band on their first trip to Europe, this uniquely curated collection has been drawn together from extensive research, exclusive access to the archives of the band, Capitol Records and the photographers who captured this history.
The official gallery has been made possible with the assistance of the band and those that know them best. All sales made directly through The Beach Boys Gallery will generate a donation to the Surfrider Foundation. Surfrider is a nonprofit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s ocean, waves and beaches for all people through a powerful activist network. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over one million supporters, activists and members, with more than 200 volunteer-led chapters and student clubs in the U.S., and more than 800 victories protecting our coasts. The band have been long time supporters.