Joe Cardella of ART/LIFE, a limited edition fine art magazine, has hand-carved these marvelous surfboards with seaworthy images of squid, god of the sea, Neptune (check out his codpiece), a mermaid, and a bare-breasted blonde woman.
David Macomber is the face and artist behind the New Jersey based art brand Shark Sugar, which combines the organic nature of surfing with art. “Surfing, at its core, is so organic, natural and beautiful,” he says. Macomber uses scrap wood, steel, paint, and recycled surfboard debris or spare parts to create his innovative, organic artworks.
SANDED is a short film about the art of shaping surfboards in a modern fashion. It is a dramatic look at the mixture of man, machine & chemicals to make a wave riding tool that dates back to the ancient Polynesians. It was shot in one day without any preparation, on a single 400′ roll of film at the Chemistry Surfboards factory in Oceanside, CA.
kineticpotato writes: So went to the local surf shops today trying to find a new wetsuit for surfing in the UK in Winter and came across a Gul store closing down. As all wetsuits were 50% or higher off I thought it was an opportunity to get a top of the range suit for insanely cheap.
Steve writes: “Muy difícil entrada Esteban.” I have just returned to the crew’s tents and Jacobo is giving me a hard time about getting caught inside. I was the first one out that morning and was racing to get my fins and tethers on before the next set arrived but, as they say, timing is everything…