There are probably hundreds of boards that are snapped each day around the world, and most are thrown into landfills or left on the beach. Not good! A great way to recycle the fiberglass and foam is to add some art and hang it on a wall for inspiration. So the next time you get a chance to recycle a broken board, go for it!
January 30, 2011
December 12, 2009
This is some of the art that we designed for Asher Pacey’s board during the filming of the movie. Click one of the links below to download this desktop wallpaper. enjoy-
below are some photos of the creative process
getting the idea down on paper first is key, then it’s on to the board.
Just laying on a few minimal colors to keep it simple.
November 21, 2009
While on the Gold Coast we spent a day at the D’Arcy surfboard factory to check out the process of building a board and to find out how D’Arcy’s shop was named the most environmentally friendly facility in Australia. While there is still a need to develop greener materials used to build a board, D’Arcy shows that we can still take action now to ensure the cleanest outcome for the environment and our future. The factory is outfitted with various extraction fans and other technology to lower the toxic dust and floating fumes emitted in the manufacturing process. The air leaving the building is actually cleaner than the air outside and with just a 3% emission output, the factory is setting high standards for environmental responsibility and awareness.