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Meet the new additions (on the right) to the Surfer’s Guide to the Universe family (you can read about the project in this MVTimes article). For information about purchasing or displaying these artworks contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is with great gratitude, profound pleasure, and a bit of personal pride, that I introduce “Pelagic Pulses;” a hand-made wooden surfboard sculpture with an original painting by Imogene Drummond. Proceeds from the sale of this artwork will support the … Continue reading
This is the second in a series of posts documenting the Surfer’s Guide to the Universe surfboard art project (see the first post describing the project here). Last week brought the most wonderful opportunity to preview the kind of educational … Continue reading
Getting a PhD in “cosmic evolution as transformative experience” has required I spend a lot of time in a very cerebral space. Now that the dissertation is submitted, I’ve been eager to get out of my head and put my … Continue reading
First (and last) SUP build. I’ll let the photos tell the rest of the story (or at least part of it). There are two pages of thumbnails…
http://www.coastprojects.com/blog/post/coast-a-year-in-review Check out number three of the top ten
Perhaps I was a little too hurricane optimistic. It’s been flat to small for weeks. Just enough time to build a summer small-wave board. Again, I’ll let the photos tell the story.
When the Caribbean begins hiccuping tropical lows, hurricane season is approaching. It’s good to be prepared. The quiver has dwindled lately so I figured it was time to expand the family. The S(h)ingle Fin is a good biggish-wave board. I’ll … Continue reading