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Surfboard Design Inspiration

Sports such as Skateboarding and Surfing always had this relation with self-expression and lifestyle much closer to art than to sport itself. Today despite the fact that these sports are responsible for a huge industry and a lot of money, they are a culture and the art and design on their boards are one of the ways to express this culture to the world. In this post I selected some surfboard designs that I really like and I also included one that I did myself. I hope you like them and feel free to share links to other designs as well. pylongod jadetree1441 master-kining Gar-Surfboards Swen Wagner S-Fly Lobulo Design Douglas Gomes Douglas Gomes khanage17 khanage17 gandy88 sahramist Carmen mucksoup dreck13 khanage17 master-kining munchair And mine: Marcos Torres About the Author Hey buddies! I'm Marcos Torres, a 19 years old art director/freelancer from Brazil, I'm here to bring some new interesting stuff to you. You can see my portfolio at flickr.com/marcostorres. Any request or jobs opportunities send to marcostorres90@gmail.com, also follow me on twitter (@marcos333) to get in touch with cool design news.

Inspiration: GOD WENT SURFING WITH THE DEVIL

"God Went Surfing With The Devil" is a documentary about surfing and life in Israel and gaza. It documentates 50 days of a area filled with hate and war, where in middle people are surfing. According to Juxtapoz.com the film will be ready in almost a year. GodWentSurfing.com is a blog where Alex Klein daily blogged about interesting experiences. And with awesome pictures from Bryan Derballa the blog is more than worth taking a look. Mysterious occurrences in the apartment… “Would you like to shoot something?” our gracious host asked. “Like what?” we replied. “This teacup!” came his retort. A wife frowned. “Perhaps not,” we countered. Our host became distracted, then excited. “There! A bird!” He took aim. [sound of rifle discharging] “Missed!” he shouted, rueful. Relief wafted over us. We like birds just as much as we like cats.