We know that Surf is more than just a sport, it's a lifestyle. It's pushing yourself to get out of your comfort zone and live with the satisfaction that comes from taking risks—and we think surf art should do the same. That's why we created the surf collection: to put engaging, imaginative surf-themed art into your space, and bring the sense of tranquillity and excitement that only art of this nature can deliver.
Bring some inspiration into your home or business with surf canvas prints or gallery-wrapped canvases of original art & photography taken by professional surf photographers and converted by specialist artists to create a high-quality print that will leave you longing for a board and a warm summers day.
It’s one thing to experience the surf from the shore, as a passive spectator, and it’s another to experience it from the water. Thrilling, exciting, gravity-defying are terms applied to surf as waves crash around you as you attempt to ride the biggest wave of all time. Within our collection of surf wall art is an array of images that will have you feeling like you’re in the water too. Whether it’s off the coast of Queensland or the seaside city of Rio de Janeiro, the surf can be found around the world.
The beauty of the surf is that it can be appreciated both from the water and the sand. Whether the swell has scared you off or you’d much rather sit back and appreciate the surfers riding the waves, there’s no shortage of joy when it comes to surf culture. In our collection, there are gorgeous photographs of glimmering shorelines and golden sand, and countless surfers carrying their surf boards across the sand.
The beach is littered with two things: bodies and surfboards. If they’re lucky to be situated by the sea, countries around the world are known to boast unique surf culture. This has allowed for the development of surfing as a sport. The main equipment used in surfing, besides yourself of course, is the surfboard. Over the years, the surfboard has gone through many developments, getting better and better each time, and with many styles available for the many sized waves out there. The surfboard is synonymous with surf culture, so why not hang a piece of wall art to bring in a sense of excitement into your home.
Some amazing pieces of art depict waves that would make any surfer envious. Too bad it’s a wave created with paint. Perhaps none are more famous than the iconic the great wave ready to strike the coast of Sagami Bay as depicted by Hokusai in The Great Wave off Kanagawa (1820-1831). Japan’s most famous artwork shows a large wave about to strike three small boats struggling in the water. The Wave is an awe-inspiring artwork, showing how suddenly a beautiful and serene ocean can become a threat to our lives.