Archive for the ‘Srfboard’ Category

Muralized

June 23, 2017

Had a little fun in the OC this week. Paint pens on the break room wall at the Smile headquarters, Irvine. 

Top floor access.

Smile!


After a quick little dawn patrol session, of course. 

Weapon of choice.

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Stylemasters

February 25, 2016

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Everyday should be a hollow day. 

December 25, 2015

Christmas is once a year, but that doesn’t have to be the case! Opportunities to give happen all year long. So next year, don’t wait until the weather gets chilly, or the mountains are white with snow. Let the spirit of the Christmas season shine all year long!  Ho Ho Ho, merry Christmas! 

Animal Part 2 of 3

December 4, 2008

I did a little addition to the already beautiful shred sled, GrifFIN so gracefully crafted. Check back in a couple of days, i am dropping it off at Clearwater, to get a gloss and polish so that it SNAP, CRACKLE AND POPS! Should have it back by friday. Enjoy!

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The Animal

December 3, 2008

Picked this bad boy up today, it was shaped by my good friend GrifFin. I am in the process of painting it and will be on display at my art show on sunday. I am very excited to finish the paint job, but even more excited to surf the hell out of it!!!! Check back soon, for the finished product. Or better yet, come see it on Sunday!

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GNK surfboards

November 26, 2008

Took a gander at GrifFIN’s new three stringer nose rider the other day, and decided to take a couple of shots of him doing some finishing touches. Check back for the new single fin he shaped for myself and Mr. Kyle Glydenar. I should be getting it back in the next couple of days… Can’t wait!! For more high quality shred sleds, go check out GNK Surfboards website and blog.

Enjoy.

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The NUB.

November 1, 2008

Here is the latest shred sled added to the boardfolio, now in the hands of my good friend Luke. I decided to let the professionals handle the shaping, and i would handle the art. GrifFIN, from GNK surfboards helped me out by mowing down the foam and shaping a super fun looking, small wave destroyer… the NUB. Luke asked for some sort of military type art, so here is the final outcome… GrifFIN and i are in the works to have a good size quiver painted and ready for purchase. If you’re looking to get a new board for the winter, don’t hesitate to drop a line. We are always down to mow some foam and throw some paint around. 

Enjoy.


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