In Tibetan culture, the color red signifies life force and is often used to mark sacred places and things.
The Michael Peterson cutback, photographed at Kirra Point by Albert Falzon in early 1971, is arguably one of surfing’s most iconic images. It captures the spirit of speed, power and flow, and reminds us of the beauty and purity of style and personal expression. The image was first published on the cover of Tracks magazine in February 1972 before going on to become the classic film poster for “Morning of the Earth.”
Hand crafted with love at Vahalla Studios in Kansas City, USA.
Screen printed using water based inks on FSC Certified 100# French Whip Cream paper.
Includes an accompanying info sheet signed by Albert Falzon.