What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Medieval Surfboards:


How’s this for art in unexpected places? boom-art, the famed French limited-edition skateboard maker, has teamed up with UWL surfboard to create a series of (very) limited-edition surfboards. The surfboards are sold individually or as sets of 3, and there will only be 10 made of each design. Although they are functioning boards, at 5,600,00 € per set, it seems likely that they’re intended more for collectors than actual surfers. You’d need an awful lot of empty wall space to display them, though!

There are two designs based upon famous 15th Century works of art; One based upon the famous 15th-century Dutch tapestry The Lady and the Unicorn, and the other on The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch.

The designs above are also available as skateboards, and I imagine they’d be a lot easier to hang on the wall than the surfboards. Be warned, though. Their other skateboard designs lean more toward soft-core porn than the designs above. Here are a couple of the tamer ones. To see their full line of skateboards, check them out at

Today I am linking up with Essentially Jess for #IBOT

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

15 thoughts on “Medieval Surfboards:

  1. I love the colours in these. Quite an usual idea, but they are very beautiful.

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  2. a bit out of budget.. but pretty

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  3. I don’t surf or skate board but I’d love to have one they are so cool!.

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  4. They really are beautiful. I worry about how rough the lives of these objects usually are. Lol

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  5. Wow! Just wow! I am absolutely blown away. I never thought I would see medieval art on surfboards of all places!! It looks incredible. Thanks so much for linking with #TeamIBOT.

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  6. These are beautiful and such a creative way of producing art a modern Icon.

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