This text is a comprehensive, in-depth examination of the influence ofurfing and surf culture on the modern cultural landscape, from film, music, ashion, photography, art, skateboarding and lifestyle. The book examines theistory of modern surfboard design and culture from 1900 to the present day, nd features over 100 surfboards. The myth of surfing as promoted throughelated activities and by-products such as skateboarding, photography, film, lothing and music are explored and assessed in terms of their socio-economicmpact.The Art History of Surfing Bolton T. Colburn. JOSE Ocas, Rendering of a Pre- columbian ... The title of this essay is borrowed, kind permission, from the headline of a review of that book: Deb Hopewell. aquot;Whoa, Oude! Surfina#39;s that Old?aquot; Son ioseanbsp;...
|Author||:||Bolton T. Colburn|
|Publisher||:||Gingko PressInc - 2002|