SURFBOARD PATTERN T SHIRT

July 4, 2013

If you take a surfboard fin and put it together to create a pattern, you get a wave visual effect. This is exactly what we did here. A pattern made with organic shapes that fade both at the top and the bottom of the t shirt.

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For more information, and to purchase this t shirt please go to: http://www.revolutionaustralia.com

Para mas informacion, y para comprar esta camiseta y diseno por favor visitar: http://www.revolutionaustralia.com

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SURF T SHIRTS

February 1, 2012

All these Surf T shirts from www.revolutionaustralia.com


SURF T-SHIRTS:  Our surf tees have unique photographs and surf images, vintage cars, urban bicycles, surfboards and illustrations that capture all the details you want in a relaxed, cool t shirt.

Revolution Australia is a great source for crafted surf t-shirts that include classic surf art, photos, vintage styles and surf/fitted designs. Whether you’re after something for yourself or a gift for someone else you can shop and pay (Paypal) with confidence.

These t shirts can only be found at: www.revolutionaustralia.com


SURF T SHIRT

March 13, 2011

Looking for the perfect surf tshirt? Australia is full of beaches. In Sydney alone there are more than 70 beautiful beaches. When you think of the Australian lifestyle you think of a golden sandy beach, a surf board and a beautiful, perfect wave. This is what this surf t-shirts have: a combi, the Aussie flag, surf boards, the perfect wave (and obviously the bloke surfing the wave), the flag (because you need to swim between the flags) and the lifesaver beach hut. You can’t ask for a better surf t shirt! http://revolutionaustralia.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SEAN DAVEY – TASMANIA

September 5, 2010

Australia is famous from its beaches and its perfect weather….here are some pictures taken by one of the most famous surf photographers in the world. Tasmanian Sean Davey. Enjoy.

Sean Davey

Sean Davey

Sean Davey

Sean Davey

From Sean’s website:
Sean Davey first picked up a Kodak 126 Instamatic camera after school one afternoon in late October of 1977, to photograph a tiny perfect wave at his home beach Little did he know at the time that it would develop (pardon the pun) into a lifelong obsession that would take Sean many, many places, in pursuit of his chosen craft of photography.

Fast forward some 30 years and Sean is now a veteran of the surf scene.  Widely published in several countries, a career that has spawned more than a 100 magazine covers along the way.    When not in Hawaii, shooting the north shore , Sean often leads exploratory photo expeditions to many of the worlds more “out of the way”  surf zones.     An amicable character, Sean is well liked by his peers and widley respected as a creator of innovative, ocean inspired imagery.      Style is a large factor in Sean’s work and often is what sets it apart from other shooters.   Sean spends much of the Hawaiian summer,  photographing turtles , dolphins and fish , along with whatever else happens along the way.    Water is a major theme in Sean’s work and he does his best to capture it’s many different moods.

Originally from the island state of Tasmania in Australia, Sean has called Oahu’s north shore home now for well over a decade. For most who practice surf photography hawaii has always been the main drawcard during the northern winter months. The north shore surf attracts surfers from all over of the surfing world, which keeps Sean pretty busy. During the quieter summer months Sean regularly heads exploratory magazine trips to out if the way locations around the world and when he’s not doing that, you’ll often find him creating his sealife photography with the hawaii sea turtles and fish schools and underwater dolphin photos. Ocean photography has always been a dominant part of Sean’s work It’s part recreation, part work, he says, but always satisfying to do.

If you want to read more on Sean Davey visit http://seandavey.com/wordpress/

Pictures taken from the grafik museum


SURFBOARD – SHARK WEEK

July 23, 2010

Everybody knows that Australia has 10 of the most deadly animals…and yes, this includes sharks. But don’t worry, you can swim freely and there is no need to panic as there are shark nets in many beaches.

Anyway, the Discovery channel and Austar decided to put some surfboards that had a ‘shark bite’ on beaches to advertise the 10th anniversary of Shark Week.

I thought it was brilliant….at least I think this kind of promotion would work for me as I would remember the program!!!

Shark week - DISCOVERY CHANNEL and AUSTAR

Agency: RAPP Collins, Sydney
Art Director: Ryan McKay
Copywriter: Max Kitchen

THE UNDERWATER PROJECT – MARK TIPPLE

July 16, 2010

The underwater project: Document life below the surface

Mark is an Australian photographer who went where not too many photographers have been: under the extreme forces of waves.
Well, as you will see very soon, the result of the experience is ‘out of this world’….literally.

I think the pictures are great as they display all the shapes and forms created by the force of waves. For me, these illustrate how the ocean can be many things at the same time; Some of the pictures show total peace, others express fluency, others chaos and others silence. They are just fantastic! I also think that the pictures display in a very realistic way, what a surfer experiences every time they don’t catch a wave and are trashed against the water!

From the photographer: “I’ve always been intrigued by what happens below the surface, like what’s happening where we can’t see.”

MarkTippleUnderwaterProject1

To read more about mark go to
http://www.marktipple.com/
http://www.theunderwaterproject.com/ where you can purchase high resolution images.
Shooting The Underwater Project on Vimeo.

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