Camo Swallow Tail Andy Warhol Project Surfboard By Tim Bessell
Andy Warhol began to use camouflage designed in his paintings around 1986. Their all-over, repeating patterns appealed to his interest in abstract expressionist painting. By varying the colours he used, such as bright yellows, reds, pinks, purples and blues, Warhol was able to remove much of the military symbolism of the pattern, yet still retain the idea of hiding. With that in mind this blue Camo Wallow Tail Andy Warhol design surfboard seems rather fitting for its environment.
Limited Edition Tim Bessell Artist Series Surfboards
Tim’s Surfboards are released in limited editions, and will be made available only a few times each year.
Once the boards have sold out, there will be no further reproductions of that painting, ensuring the value of the surfboard is kept high, as they have now become highly desirable collectable items of art. This has been proven success after the huge success of the first series.
Once your order is placed a member of our team will be in contact to discuss options, postage and packaging to complete your order.
Please be aware: As each surfboard is handcrafted from scratch the lead time on each order is estimated to be 6 – 8 weeks.