Surfers and non-surfers alike will love these works of art.
Hawaii-based studio ‘TRVLX’ creates surfboards that are so beautiful, they can be placed on display, doubling as tropical-themed sculptures.
Here’s how the boards are made: TRVLX owners Seth and Madison Greene source ‘found’ wood from Mango, Koa, and Eucalyptus trees. They then fill the materials with resin in varying shades and patterns of blue and white.
The results depict miniature scenes of the Hawaiian coast, with the wood mimicking sandy shores and jagged rocks, while the resin resembles crashing waves and swirling currents.
TRVLX makes surfboards in different sizes, including ones as small as six inches. They also craft other items such as skateboards and coffee tables. You can learn more about them and their products here.
Via My Modern Met