If you are not familiar with the concept it is about creating a surfboard by recycling waste (old boards, plastic bottles, cigarette butts, cardboard, toilet paper roll, algae etc…)
Zach Voigt, San Diego, CA
Materials used: A buckled longboard, a bag full of used wine corks, a lot of glue and patience.
Jack Candlish and James Skivington, Lyall Bay, New Zealand
Materials used: All natural materials (wood, hemp, cork) are offcuts up-cycled from our factory floor. The EPS is from an old freezer door found at the local rubbish tip.
Takuma Iso, Japan
Materials used: Fish box blank, seaweed fins, waste wood stringer.
Marceau Pegon, France
Materials used: Over 600 of toilet paper’s rolls, cork + piece of surboard foam for the rails, central slat in recycled cardboard.
Charlie Cadin, St. Aubins Bay, Jersey
Materials used: Dried Sea Lettuce and fiberglass. Once dried, the sea lettuce created a rigid sheet, from which the deck, bottom, rails and skeleton were shaped.