April 03 2020 Friday at 03:01 PM
Creativiy in the Surf Bay
Creativity stems from a lot of things, it can originate out of boredom, spontaneity or good old fashioned inspiration. Walking around the Temple grounds, I can usually spot someone doing something a little special. This past couple of weeks, the surfboard zone of the premises seemed to have been the epicenter for some creative processes.
Another example of something you don't see on a surfboard would definitely be silly string art…yet that's exactly what artist and Barmuda Tryangles member, Fraser Anderson, was doing one sunny afternoon in Canggu. I watched as he layered up tangled messes of the party pleasing foam and surgically removed bits and pieces to his liking, finally sealing it all in with a little help from Willy in the paint bay. Just as I thought that the level of expression had subsided, the 'Smokin' Skull' pulls out a fully batik-ed twin fin, with patterns and colors encompassing its entire surface. defiantly a head turner. Keep up the good work boys, cant wait to see some end results!First off, I walked in on our favorite Spanish artist, Antonio Muñoz, gracefully laying a cloak of acrylic paint to a blank surfboard canvas. As I returned through out the day he gradually added pieces of his surrealistic impressions, creating something you never really seen upon a surfboards surface.