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Crafted from repurposed plastic destined for Bali’s shores, it transcends its origins, embodying a profound narrative of sustainability and environmental consciousness.

At its core lies a profound recognition to Jocelyn Bell’s groundbreaking discovery, the CP 19 19 planar waveform, immortalized in alternating black and white sheets, each slice meticulously CNC cut at a precise 33-degree angle. As the frequencies rise and fall in three-dimensional splendor, they mirror the undulating waves of the ocean, a poignant reminder of our interconnectedness with nature.

Yet, beyond its aesthetic allure, this sculpture serves as a conduit for contemplation, inviting viewers to reflect on the intricate interplay between tradition and innovation. The choice of black and white pays tribute to Balinese culture, evoking the duality inherent in existence – light and dark, yin and yang.

In this synthesis of form and concept, the surfboard emerges not merely as a vessel for adventure, but as a symbol of adaptability and transformation. It bears witness to the resilience of the human spirit, the power of creativity, and the imperative of stewardship in an ever-evolving world.

“wave form” is the result of the collaboration between artists Michael Russek @mikerussek and Jean Marc Bagoee @jeanmarcbagoee . The project took over 3 years to bring into fruition and will be available as a signed edition of 50 sculptures by both artists.

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