Almost every week I get an email or message from someone who inquired about a custom, hand-painted surfboard way back when I first started painting surfboards in 2020. I had just had one
There have been many pivotal moments in my journey as an artist and I feel that I am about to experience another one! My last major pivotal point occurred when I painted my
This surfboard, like so many modern boards, was not built to last. Instead, it was designed to be lightweight and high performance so that it's owner could squeeze every last drop of fun
Humans tend to gloss up their best memories, making them even more “memorable” by focusing on the most positive or amazing aspects of that moment in time.
If I had to pick the one question I get asked by customers and potential customers alike, it would be along the lines of
Nothing humans make is really designed to last forever. Cars and surfboards are the perfect example of manufactured items that have a built in lifespan. That does not mean, however, that we should
This surfboard started its life as an “off the rack” surf store board. It was bought by an experienced WA surfer, who desperately needed a board when a run of good swell had
As I go through the process of creating a new artwork I can't help but fall in love with it. Even when it is a highly personalised scene there is a connection that
This Al Merrick surfboard was surfed by its original owner in many of Western Australia’s sketchiest waves as evidenced by the black stripes on the board’s bottom painted to deter shark
"Sunset Dreaming" has been SOLD. As you probably know, I am currently booked out for custom boards until September this year, so why not jump the queue and have this hanging on your
This JS Industries surfboard was surfed hard by a Perth surfer up and down the Western coast of Australia, until a thick Margaret River lip creased the board and ended its short-lived career.