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"Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" exhibition is on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal. https://t.co/tLn0Lx4AFo #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on January 30, 2019.

"Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" is on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal! https://t.co/tLn0Lx4AFo #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on February 12, 2019.

"Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" is on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal! https://t.co/tLn0Lx4AFo #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on February 21, 2019.

"Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" is on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal! https://t.co/tLn0LxmbwW #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on March 20, 2019.

"Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" is on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal! https://t.co/tLn0LxmbwW #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on March 28, 2019.

"Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" is on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal! https://t.co/tLn0LxmbwW #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on February 27, 2019.

"When I shape this wood, I put my soul into this wood. I put my spirit into this wood, because this wood deserves the honor of that... this is a tree that grew well over 2,000 years ago, and I'm holding a time capsule in my hands" Bill Hamilton #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on March 28, 2019.

#HapJacobs' shaping talent and acute business sense made his business one of the most successful and influential of the booming 1960s longboard era. #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on February 20, 2019.

#Hawaiian #surfing originated approximately 1,000 years ago, imported from Tahiti by the Polynesian people. He‘e nalu, which translates to “wave sliding,” is a culturally distinct form of surfing that grew into a popular pastime in Hawai‘i. #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on February 08, 2019.

#RellSunn was the most prominent female #Hawaiian surfer during the early shortboard era. Dubbed the “Queen of Makaha,” she was an ambassador of the native Hawaiian style of surfing and rode shortboards and longboards with prowess and ease. 📸: Jeff Divine #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on March 04, 2019.

Born in Hawai‘i and raised in Honolulu, #GerryLopez spent much of his youth surfing at #Waikīkī. By the early 1970s, Lopez rode #Pipeline with an unmatched, fluid style that made surfing one of the world’s most dangerous breaks appear Zen-like. #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on January 30, 2019.

Hawaiians enjoyed surfing on many types of ancient boards. Sleek and maneuverable, stand-up alaia and pūua boards were preferred for higher speeds and larger surf. #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on February 08, 2019.

How is our upcoming exhibit on wooden surfboards shaping up? Very well if we do say so ourselves! Stay tuned for more updates! "Reflections in Wood — Surfboards and Shapers" will be on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal soon! #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on January 14, 2019.

In 1992, Laird Hamilton, Darrick Doerner, & Buzzy Kerbox pioneered tow surfing at Pe‘ahi, Maui. That year, Dick Brewer created “Betsy” for Hamilton and Doerner, the first modern tow board designed with a full-concave bottom profile and reduced tri-fin setup. #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on February 12, 2019.

In the 1960s, lightweight and cost-effective polyurethane foam and fiberglass surfboards revolutionized the surfing industry. Hermosa Beach surfer-shaper Dudley “Hap” Jacobs, manufactured high-quality surfboards from polyurethane foam. #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on February 20, 2019.

Located on the North Shore of #Oahu, #Pipeline produces some of the world’s most powerful hollow waves. Surfer-shaper #GerryLopez redefined tube riding at Pipeline. #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on January 30, 2019.

Native Hawaiian surfing originated approximately one thousand years ago. He‘e nalu, which translates to “wave sliding,” is a culturally distinct form of surfing that grew into a popular pastime for men and women of all ages in Hawai‘i. 📸: @bishopmuseum #SurfboardsAndShapers

This tweet was posted on March 20, 2019.

See "Reflections in Wood — #Surfboards and #Shapers" on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal. https://t.co/tLn0Lx4AFo #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on January 25, 2019.

Shapers are artisans who create surfboards from materials such as foam and wood. Larry Fuller has assembled a collection of boards that illustrate the progression of surfboard design through a common medium. #SurfboardsandShapers

This tweet was posted on January 25, 2019.

The George Downing gun featured here was created in the same shape as the board that Downing’s son, Keone Downing (b. 1953), used to win the 1990 Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational at Waimea Bay. #SurfboardsandShapers #surfboards #surfboard #surfers

This tweet was posted on February 27, 2019.

There's always something going on here, no matter what time of the year it is. Our photographer constructed this custom set up to photograph these oversized objects. Stay tuned for more updates about "Reflections in Wood — #SurfboardsAndShapers!" #behindthescenes

This tweet was posted on January 02, 2019.

Tow #surfers utilize specially designed boards and motorized equipment to ride some of the largest and most powerful waves on earth. #SurfboardsAndShapers #surfboards

This tweet was posted on February 12, 2019.