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Surfing is often defined as a ‘lifestyle’. We talk a lot about surf culture, but if you feel that you needed more depth to your knowledge, if you struggle to tell your Impressionists from your baroque, then Boom art and UWL surfboards are here to help.

Triptychs and diptychs of Renaissance and Flemish baroque masterpieces

The French company and gallery have teamed up to produce the 504 series, a set of art pieces on limited edition surf and skateboards. Now the discerning surfer/culture vulture can purchase triptychs and diptychs of Renaissance and Flemish baroque masterpieces. Each is individually handmade and limited to eighty skateboards and ten surfboards. If you’re interested then it will set you back $US2,140 (£1400) for the surfboards and $US293 (£190) for the triptych and $202 (£130) for diptych skateboards.

So if you’ve ever felt the need to kick flip a Klimt or bottom turn a Bosch now’s you’re chance. Or maybe, considering the price tag, just pop it on the wall.

Find out more through Boom art here

Header shot: Rococo style François Boucher 1703-1770 

Dutch and Flemish Baroque artist Jan Davidsz de Heem 1606-1684

Dutch and Flemish Baroque artist Jan Davidsz de Heem 1606-1684

A triptych is a painting made up of three sections usually made of two 'wings' or 'shutters', less so of surfboards. Lady and the Unicorn (Paris 1500)

A triptych is a painting made up of three sections usually made of two wings or shutters, less so of surfboards.
Lady and the Unicorn (Paris 1500)

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