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Who is this guy in the Surfers Journal article?
What is vogue right now?
Here he represents on his sponsors website.
His sponsor is connected with environmentally conscious contributing corporations.
Here he is presented by one of those contributors as an "inspired" nephew of a " famous Mexican muralist".
His art depicts nature as we all want it to remain, pristine and vibrant.
The two above photos show links to friends of friends in his world of ambassadorship.
He passed through this pristine park on a surf trip to Baja California South and walked right past this sign en route to some new found canvas substitutes. It reads, "Protection Area of Flora and Fauna. Respect our natural area it is everyone's! Join this effort! The inhabitants of the region are working on the rescue of our natural surrounding in the cleaning of the rocks that have been graffitied."
Here is the vista of this beautiful protected biosphere, Valle de los Cirios near Cataviña. Notice the absence of graffiti.
See how some have disregarded the sign's invitation to join the anti-graffiti effort.
Here is an identifiable logo painted on a majestic granite boulder in the Valle de los Cirios protected biosphere.
Hmmm, where might we have seen this before? Notice the URL in the photo above.
Below on the page linking his blog to his online store he signs with his garabato and name.
This motif is used often by him in his blog.
Here he is tagging his moniker. The photographer must have been absent when he emulated his uncle in the Valle de los Cirios near Cataviña.
A reminiscent self portrait must serve as inspiration to continue honoring Roberto Montenegro's legacy.
The flower motif was also used in his work in the Mexican protected natural area.
The flower and eye motifs in a different setting (photo from his surf knot blog). An art showing, what a great place to display these doodles. That is novel, just novel. Or would that be better stated, nouvelle?
Here the eye motif is replicated on two different media. One, mars the beauty of the Baja California South landscape. The other fleetingly lived in the foam dust of a surfboard shaping bay.
"Freesurfers" are ambassadors for their sponsors. Here Billabong lists Tyler Warren, AKA "Pickle", AKA "Surf Knot" as a sanctioned "Freesurfers" by their corporation. He is definitely leaving his mark wherever he goes.
Would you like to inform his principal sponsor of your opinion of his handiwork? You can do so by contacting them with the following information.
Email for the Billabong Team Manager: [email protected]
Email for the Marketing Director of Billabong USA: [email protected]