For the armchair surfer: marble surfboards from the mysterious NYC-based fictional artists behind Reena Spaulings.
The surfboards were part of the Belgian Marbles show produced by the Reena Spaulings gallery; made of marble, they are precise copies of boards from the Mollusk Surf Shop in Brooklyn. Spaulings is with an international group of artists who call themselves the Bernadette Corporation; the collective has produced films, a faux fashion label, albums, even a novel. To see more, go to Reena Spaulings.
Above: The surfboards are carved from Portoro and Rosa Portogallo marble. To see more, go to Campoli Presti.
Above: A marble surfboard on display at the Indipendenza Studio in Rome.
Above: A surfboard on view at the Reena Spallings gallery.
Above: The surfboards also function as outdoor sculpture.