Surfboard belongs to the sea and therefore, it couldn’t be more fitting than one that has a design that depicts a bird’s eye view of the coastal scene like these surfboards created by Hawaii-based studio TRVLX. These surfboards are not actually functional surfboards. Though, I have no doubt the natural wood like Mango, Koa, and Eucalyptus would ensure it floats, but it probably does not have the hydrodynamics.
The ocean green shades that usually depicts the varying depth of the sea is created by resin and the rest of the natural wood patterns would be the sandy shores and jagged rocks. They are indeed impressive work of art, but I though it will be even cooler if the ocean part is encased in acrylic with real water crashing inside since, after all, the surfboards are decorative pieces. Just saying…
Anywho, TRVLX has different sizes of surfboard to suit different decors. It ranges from as small as six inches up to full size one that stretches 4 feet 10 inches. TRVLX does custom orders too and its portfolio also includes non-surfboard pieces, like skateboard, tables and more. You can have a look at TRVLXL’s collection HERE.
If you are thinking of acquiring them, you ought to know it does not come cheap. Prices for the decorative surfboard starts at $200 with the full size example costing as much as a grand.
Source: Lost At E Minor.