Monday, November 28, 2011

Petrified Fish

My brother, Curt, is carving these incredible fish. He has been known to catch them, but now is spending time making some.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

X Games Medal, Joe Hondnicki

My friend Joe has made it to the final Three in the X Games medal design contest. (see 11/7/11 post) Please go to the above link and vote a couple of times. He is a fellow surfer and really good artist. To see more of his work go to

Rick's Yellow Quiver

6'7'' double wing pin thruster for the juicy days, and th 9'8 two plus one when it isn't so juicy. Both these are remakes of boards he has had a couple of years.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Sandbar Session

This is a video of some friends and I surfing a sandbar in 2009. This was a small day in February. The constant larger surf had carved out good banks up and down the beach. Hopefully they will come around this spring. The wood longboard is a 9'8'' hollow airplane wing type construction and weighs 32 pounds. A little heavy on land but in the water is easy to move around. Wood boards have great momentum. In small tubes where the lip breaks on your back, the board pushes right through out onto the shoulder with little interruption. The guys are riding single fin longboards 9'0 and 9'6.'' Jason Buck, orange board, is riding a 9'0" 2 plus one and JoJo is riding a 6'2'' Wegg

Sunday, November 13, 2011

7'6'' Eco Ambassador

Rosa's new 7'6''. bio resin recycled core. The two of them are in Mexico at the moment during a nice south swell.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


The next batch of Surf Craft Cooperative planes.

Monday, November 7, 2011

On The Racks

6'8'' quad for Jason.

Gabe's new 6'2'' by 23.''

Surfer Vote

I met Joe Hodnicki when I was in Maine in September. Their I was introduced to his art work. A lot of it is surf related and really good. Joe is also a super cool as well as a alaia and handplane enthusiast.

At the moment he is in the top 16 for designing this years Xgames medals. It would be great if he got the surf community vote. Please see the above link and vote for Joe.

For more info and artwork see his blog at

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Mini Gills at Mollusk, Venice

Here is some pictures of the latest Bluegills. These are of the Mini Gills, a Bluegill with a modern mini simmons template. This board is shaped with Green Foam, recycled polyester foam. It has some sequoia wood strips in the rails. It is 6' long.

This one is 6'4'' and custom made for Peter.