Tag: Surfboard Art
The first stencil surfboard created by Skinny Whinny. The pattern has traces of a Maori influence where male and female chiefs and elders had facial tattoos called Moko’s.
A unique design for a Scottish customer. The brief was to create a pattern which meshed family crest’s with Celtic art and the Scottish lion. The blue was introduced off the Scottish flag and the pattern was transferred to the surfboard using a hand cut stencil.
Based on a photograph taken at a festival in Australia. Screamer is a black on white stencil painted onto a 6’4″ surfboard.
Her face is made up of the patterns found on computer motherboards. A hand cut stencil on a 6’2″ surfboard.
The first of a series of fish patterns. Fish gather into a ball when threatened or attacked by predators. Safety in numbers is the game and the pattern created by the fish helps to confuse the predators.
Dolphins often gather fish into tight balls by circling them and pushing the ball to the surface. Individual dolphine’s will then swim in and pick off fish while the others continue to circle. Creating a meat ball.