What you see here is a work in progress. Every time I complete a linocut I want to do it again to make it 'better' or just different - a tweak here or there! Due to the nature of the linocut medium every original print is different, but that's what I like about them. These images are designed to be bold, colourful and visually striking in their simplicity. I have loved making them and hope you like them too! Head to the gallery to see different versions, colours and the process in action.

A is for Aerial
A is for Aerial

Aerial surfing is a serious part of modern surfing. With the likes of John John Florence making it a part of everyday life and veteran star Kelly Slater cracking out 540s, who knows where it will go next. Exciting times!

B is for Boardshorts
B is for Boardshorts

This print is an homage to Greg Noll. The charger of the 1950s and 60s and big wave pioneer, who was the first to surf 3rd reef Pipeline. Da Bull wore black and white striped boardshorts!

C is for Cutback
C is for Cutback

A cutback is a significant part of surfing know how and is fundamental to surfers remaining in the pocket. It is also a manoeuvre that earns surfers points in competition. It comes in many forms and looks stylish when done well.

D is for Duck Dive
D is for Duck Dive

A Duck Dive is a functional skill for surfers to get out the back. It is a carefully timed move that allows surfers to pass under an oncoming wave and therefore get out the back faster and without getting nailed. When filmed or photographed underwater it looks serenely beautiful. It is harder to do than it looks!

E is for Egg
E is for Egg

The Egg is now a staple Funboard that is widely used, especially by soul masters and the older surfer. The Donald Takayama model is a particular favourite.

F is for Fins
F is for Fins

Fins are an essential part of modern surfing, unless you are Derek Hinds. Surfers now choose between a thruster, quad, twin or single fin set up. George Greenough has had a significant impact on fin design.

G is for Guns
G is for Guns

The big wave Gun is the go do board for big wave chargers and hell men and women. Big wave surfing was once thought to be 'for macho arseholes' according to cult movie Point Break ,but is now a significant part of the surfing life with its own world tour.

H is for Hang Ten
H is for Hang Ten

Hanging Ten is a longboarding manoeuvre that sees the rider dangling all ten toes over the nose of their board. Not only does it look very stylish, it is a stalling move to keep the surfer in a high-line trim.

I is for Indo
I is for Indo

Indonesia is one of the great surf destinations on the planet. Not only are there incredible waves on almost all of its 1000 islands it is home to many cultures and some delightful people. Bali is popular, but if you are prepared to explore the whole archipelago you will never be disappointed.

J is for Jaws
J is for Jaws

Jaws or Peahi is one of the worlds awesome big wave spots. It is off the Hawaiian island of Maui and was put on the map by Laird Hamilton. People have paddled in, towed in, windsurfed it and who knows what will be next.

K is for Kahanamoku
K is for Kahanamoku

Duke Kahanamoku is responsible for a resurgence in Hawaiian surfing from the beginning of the C20th. He then took surfing to the rest of the world by going to places and giving demonstrations. Statues of him stand at many great breaks around the world.

L is for Longboarding
L is for Longboarding

There are few elements of surfing that are more graceful than the cross-step in longboarding. The opening scene of Andrew Kidman's film Glass love featuring Daise Shayne captures this perfectly.

M is for Mavericks
M is for Mavericks

Mavericks is a big wave spot in the cold waters of Northern California. It lies in Half Moon bay and was surfed solo by Jeff Clarke for over a decade! When the surfing mainstream 'discovered' its existence it became a defining moment in big wave surfing outside of Hawaii.

N is for Nazare
N is for Nazare

Nazare is the spot where the biggest wave ever has been surfed. It is in Portugal and breaks off a lighthouse point. It is highly respected in the Big Wave world and is a real proving ground for those chasing the ultimate rush.

O is for Oahu
O is for Oahu

The North Shore of Oahu, otherwise known as the 7 Mile Miracle is home to the most famous wave on the planet - the Banzai Pipeline. Other big names such as Sunset Beach, Waimea Bay, Off the Wall and Velzeyland also inhabit this hallowed part of the surfing globe.

P is for Pipeline
P is for Pipeline

No self respecting surf alphabet could miss out this behemoth of the surfing world. It is THE proving ground for all surfers and is the home of the current World Champion John John Florence. It is a serious wave and should never be taken lightly.

Q is for Quiver
Q is for Quiver

Many surfers have multiple boards, which they ride in different conditions; this is called a quiver. Quivers vary depending on who you are, but generally they contain some short boards, a fish and maybe even a longboard or a big wave gun for real hellmen!

R is for Retro
R is for Retro

There have been lots of retro movements in surfing and people continue to throw back to the past of camper vans, longboards and soul arching in trim with all 10 over the nose!

S is for Shaping
S is for Shaping

There are few more satisfying things for a surfer than to shape your own board and then take it out for a ride. While home shaping is becoming more and more popular massive respect must be paid to the experts in this field. Years of expertise in design has led to some incredible surf craft and shapers are highly respected in the surfing community.

T is for Tube
T is for Tube

Tube riding is the ultimate goal for many surfers. The experience of being in the 'Green Room' or the 'Barrel' is a zen experience where time stands still.

U is for Uluwatu
U is for Uluwatu

No surfing alphabet would be complete without a reference to Uluwatu, the Indo classic immortalised in the Albe Falzon movie Morning of the Earth. This print incorporates Albe's iconic image of 15 year old Stephen Cooney and Rusty Miller walking out to surf Uluwatu for the first time. Thanks for permission Albe Falzon - what a legend.

V is for Vespa
V is for Vespa

The Vespa has long been an iconic vehicle amongst the European youth, but since someone figured out a way of strapping a board to the side it has become an excellent way to spin round the breaks of Bali and other spots in search of waves.

W is for Woody
W is for Woody

The Woody was the original surf wagon and the old films of Bruce Brown and photographs of Leroy Grannis show it in all its glory.

X is for X-Game
X is for X-Game

X is always a tricky one, but this one is in honour of my local surf shop. X Game is an established name in the surf community in Hong Kong and is the go-to place for surf supplies in Hong Kong! Respect!

Y is for You Shoulda been...
Y is for You Shoulda been...

The classic statement from Bruce Brown's cult classic The Endless Summer. So often you turn up to a break that was firing the day before and you get skunked with flat surf, but if you had been there yesterday it could just have been the best day of your life!

Z is for Zogs
Z is for Zogs

Zogs Sex Wax is the best selling board wax worldwide - so this print pays respect to that fact. It works well and smells great. Z will also shortly be for Zen so watch this space.

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