Surf stickers are the latest in a long line of cool, creative, cool surfers that have made waves over the years.
Photo: Supplied “We’re doing something really unique and it’s about being a surf icon, a surf artist,” surf artist and Surfing Australia board member and Surfer Magazine editor Michael Smith said.
“We want to be known for our surfing and not just being a surfing company.”
Smith’s own surfing has had a long, storied history.
After graduating from Melbourne University, he moved to Sydney in the early 1980s and started surfing.
He quickly became one of the world’s best surfer legends and he was a key player in helping make surfing the “go to” sport in Sydney.
Smith said the group’s latest initiative would be the creation of a surf bar on Sydney’s Swanston Street.
“If we get enough money to pay the bills, we’ll build it up,” he said.
The Surfing Australian board also wants to take on a bigger role in the growing surfing industry.
“It’s a huge industry, with hundreds of thousands of people surfing every year,” board member Chris Gattis said.
Smith believes that in doing so, Surfing would be taking a “critical stance” against the “bigger boys” in the industry.
Surfing is a relatively new genre of surfing and has been popular for a long time.
Smith has been working with Surfing in the past and said he is looking forward to working with them again.
“I think they’ve been really supportive of us in the last few years,” he told News.au.
Surfing’s surf shop, Surf Camp, has already had some positive results. “
Surfing Australia has a lot to learn from the Surfing International and they’ve done some really great work with their international brand.”
Surfing’s surf shop, Surf Camp, has already had some positive results.
“One of the biggest issues that we have in the surf shop is that we’re only a small operation, we have only four staff,” Smith said of the Surf Camp shop.
“The Surfing Australians are a great bunch of people and they have really helped us out.”
Surf artist Michael Smith has created a surf shop on Swanston St. in Sydney’s CBD.
“This shop is going to be about making surf stickers,” he says.
“Our first thing we’re doing is doing stickers and then I’m going to do the actual surfboards.”
Surf stickers would be created in the Surf Shop, and Smith said that the shop would be open for surfers to come and buy their surfboards.
“When you buy your board, it goes into the Surf shop,” he explained.
“And I’ve got a team of people working on the boards.”
Smith said he was confident that the Surf Club would have the right staff to support the Surfers Australia board’s initiatives.
The Surf Club is open until February 6.
The board also plans to open a Surf Bar in the CBD on Swanton Street and is also hoping to expand to the city’s other major surfing hotspot, the Great Ocean Road.
The new Surf Bar will be open until April 7.
Surf stickers would also be created for sale at the Surf Bar, and the Surf Council will provide funding for this.
“You’ll be able to purchase Surf stickers in a lot more shops, which is really great,” Smith added.
“People will have the opportunity to surf in our shop, or go on to a beach where you can purchase Surf and Surf stickers.”
Smith also wants Surf Australia to have more involvement in the local surfing community, with the Surf Association of NSW also working on a Surf Safety Plan.
“A lot of the people we work with are surfers, we’re not just surfing in the country, we know what it’s like to surf,” Smith explained.