When it comes to producing eye-pleasing creative products, wood and resin are a perfect pair. The density and texture of the wood offers a striking juxtaposition when coupled with the ethereal twisting colors of the viscous polymer material. This dynamic duo has captivated jewelry wearers and art collectors alike. And thanks to the company TRVLX, surfboards are now donning this beautiful combination of structure and fluidity.
Seth and Madison Greene are the masterminds behind TRVLX. Located in picturesque Haleiwa, Hawaii, their surfboards are inspired by nature—particularly the coastlines. Each piece is its own microcosm that mimics the sea itself. The tropical wood, which includes Mango, Koa, and Eucalyptus, acts like the sandy shore butting against cerulean and white hues—who themselves resemble a choppy current. Comprising different swirling combinations, each is sure to transport you to these idyllic locales.
TRVLX surfboards come in a variety of sizes. Some are two, three, or four feet long while others are much smaller at six inches. Pick your favorite board in their Etsy shop.
Hawaii-based makers TRVLX create wood and resin art in the form of surfboards.
The stunning creations look as though they contain entire oceans within their edges.
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