Amazing surfboards made of wood and resin
Hardwood and plastic work well together to create objects that are aesthetically beautiful. Whenever combined with the ghostly bending colours of the fluid polymer substance, the solidity and structure of the wood creates a stunning contrast. Both art buyers and jewellery users have been enthralled by this dynamic team. Dinghies are now sporting this lovely fusion of rigidity and movement due to the business TRVLX.
The creators of TRVLX are Seth and Madison Greene. Their shortboards are shaped by the environment, especially the beaches, and are produced in the gorgeous Hawaiian village of Haleiwa. Every artwork resembles the ocean in its own unique way. The tropical hardwood, which comprises Mango, Koa, and Eucalyptus, resembles a rough current crashing against a shore line when it comes into contact with turquoise and white tones. Every one of those whirling arrangements will undoubtedly take you to these exquisite settings.
The lengths of TRVLX surfboards are varied. While others are 2, 3, or 4 feet long, others are only 6 inches long. Select your preferred board from their Etsy store.
Surfboard-shaped works of art made of wood and resin are produced by Hawaii-based makers TRVLX.
The magnificent works appear to have whole seas within their boundaries.