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Art on Repurposed Surfboards

Surfboard art created by Tom Applegate, was a main feature of yearly surfboard art festivals held for several years in Morro Bay, California. Each original work of art was completed on repurposed surfboards sourced from local surfers in the Morro Bay area. Festival artists found it significantly more meaningful to paint on used surfboards, which bore dents and dings from years of use.  The boards themselves carried their own stories and histories, enriching the final artworks.

If you are interested in purchasing one of these surfboards or would like to discuss a commissioned board, please contact us

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Another Perfect Day, aka The Rat Board. Oil Paint.  Wall hanging painted on one side.  $1,700

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The Wise Guy.  Oil and Alcohol Ink.  Wall hanging, painted on one side.

$1,200

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Tropical Dreams.  Oil Paint and Alcohol Ink.  Painted on one side.

This is on a Michel Junard surfboard that was fractured on a very big day at Spooners Cove.

$1,800

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One of my personal surfboards.  It is a 7' 4" Murphy swallow tail.

SOLD

Baja.  Oil Paint.  Wall hanging painted on one side.  $1.700

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Paradise, aka The Ground Magnet

Oil Paint and Alcohol Ink.  Free standing painted on both sides.

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SOLD

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