Found scanned prints from Moonlight Glassing archives:
Groovy late 1990’s airbrushes by Peter St Pierre for Channel Islands Surfboards (sandwiched between Billy Hamilton fabric rail longboards).
Groovy airbrush details. The amount of work involved with this airbrush boggles the mind. Where is this board now?
Field striped airbrush via Taped Off (the most pure surf blog on the planet).
Before fear of chemtrails become popular Peter Pinliner airbrushed them on surfboards regularly. And, ever notice how galaxies look like hurricanes? Trippy.
The Pinliner with injured paw.
Kasey Curtis with one of the first Lokbox twin keel fishes.
AnonymousMay 19, 2011
MauriceMay 19, 2011
loving this trip down memory lane. keep it going, please!
Oso Rojo TradingMay 19, 2011
that one CI looks a lot like some of the airbrushed t-shirts you could buy in the lot at Grateful Dead shows in the early/mid 80s
AnonymousMay 20, 2011
I got a dead shirt at a show at shoreline in 94 when I was 16. It had a skeleton doing a cutback on the Curren backdoor logoless board with yellow rails. Wore that thing till it died then put it on my wall in HS. I left the shirt in some random chicks car in Menlo Park and she found my sister and it made it back to me in Socal. Love Tapedoff.com
AMBROSE SURFBOARDSMay 22, 2011
hey J.P., that picture of you kinda looks like your Dad!!!