Always advocating for a cleaner surf industry, Rerip also hosts local events and awareness campaigns for surf and environmental education.
No one does events like Wade Koniakowsky. Sometimes he is turning used surfboards into legendary pieces of art, other times he is using multiple pieces of boards to create a canvas, and most recently he and Norm Daniels painted a double-sided painting and the 4th Annual Future of Surfing. All of the monies raised by Wade at Rerip events he donates to local Charities, including the Solana Beach Junior Lifeguards, The San Diego Center for Children, and the Rob Machado Foundation. View his art here: http://www.koniakowsky.com/
One of the best glass artists in Southern California, Cherrie LaPorte turns old surfboards into beautiful mosaic pieces. Cherrie recently worked with Rerip and The San Diego Center for Children to create this piece for the Junior Seau Foundation. To see more of her awesome work, visit her website at: www.cherrielaporte.com .
No one shapes and experiments like Eli Mirandon. A long-time Rerip supporter, Eli is always looking to push the boundaries of art, materials and processes. Check out his resin art on unique shapes and designs here. http://www.mirandonsurfboards.com/
Brenda has been turning unwanted surfboards into works of art for almost four years. Always donating works for good causes, Brenda has supported the Solana Beach Junior Lifeguards and the Rob Machado Foundation. Check out her surf, beach and other outdoor works here. http://brendagriffinartist.com/
JANE AND WILL FOWLER
Beyond painting–Jane and Will together make beautiful mosaics and showers out of your old surfboards. They always donate a board to the Future of Surfing silent auction, with proceeds benefiting the Solana Beach Junior Lifeguards and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Check em out!http://willandjane.com/home.html
Jordan paints on Rerip boards and creates magical beach scenes from Cardiff and beyond. Check out more of his photos here: Beautiful Outdoor Scenes http://www.ellingsonart.blogspot.com/
Winner of the Eco-Friendly Board contest at the 2009 Rob Machado Surf Contest, Solid has been reusing scraps of foam, shaping recycled eps, using bamboo fins and a variety of other methods to help raise awareness for green methodology in surfboard construction. View some sticks here. http://solidsurfco.com/
Mirandon uses resin-based paints that are extremely difficult to master. Specifically because of the medium’s complexity and unpredictability, very few artists have attempted to investigate it. Find out more. http://www.mirandon.com/#!welcome/mainPage
Pushing the boundaries of surfboard construction environmental research and design. Check out his site to learn more and order a board here. http://www.mossresearch.com/
Your old board may end up here…check out these beautiful handplanes: http://enjoyhandplanes.com/
This is a small view of what Gerard Minakawa and Bamboo DNA can do with reused materials and bamboo. Check out his amazing large-scale art fixtures here. http://www.bamboodna.com/