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Sydney Local Surfboard Artists

Sydney Local Surfboard Artists

There is something very special about surf photography and artwork. Here are three guys who are exceptional Surfboard Artists. Source: Lee Pegus  Lee Pegus Surfboard artists Lee Pegus is a surf photographer. Growing up and surfing at Sydney's Manly Beach, "Pego" got his first intravenous hit of saltwater at 10 years old, immaculately preparing him for the position of copyboy he took up a couple of years after in the sink-or-swim universe of publication at the Sydney Morning Herald. As anyone might expect, Lee swum. He brazenly wormed his way into the photographic office and learnt his exchange at the...

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Surfboard Designer - Steve Walden

Surfboard Designer - Steve Walden

Surfboard Designer Known as the "Father of the Modern Longboard," and for his properly named "Magic" arrangement of surfboards, Steve Walden is a surfboard designer who eats, inhales and lives for surfing. Surfing benefits a lot of people, Walden is definitely one of them. In 1961, when Steve was 13 years of age, he moulded his first surfboard and never checked back. From that point forward, the California local has formed more than 25,000 surfboards and surfed in more than 200 challenges. By testing and outlining surfboards he cherishes to ride (surfboards that have additionally put him on the platform...

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New Life-Saving Technology For Big Wave Surfers

Big wave surfing is a level of surfing only practiced by those who are the wildest, strongest, most disciplined in the water. The dangers of riding big waves are extensive; you can drown from a long hold-down, you can be knocked unconscious, you can be smashed on the reef or rocks. In a big wave wipeout the surfer can get pushed under the water 5-15 meters allowing the surfer only about 20 seconds to get to the surface before the next wave crashes.   Now, a new technology is making their surf sessions a lot safer. Big wave surfers such as Laird Hamilton and Darrick Doerner have pushed things to the limits by...

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