Eduardo Bolioli

Hawaii artist Eduardo BolioliBorn in Uruguay, Eduardo Bolioli migrated to the United States where he studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Seeking to balance his passion for art and surfing he moved to Hawaii in the mid-eighties and began painting surfboards for world champions like Shaun Tomson, Martin Potter, and Sunny Garcia. Later he discovered Posca markers, allowing him to develop a truly unique style of painting boards. Eduardo soon became an art director for Blue Hawaii Surf and Local Motion while also designing for Quiksilver, Gotcha, and Billabong. Since then, Eduardo has achieved worldwide acclaim for his art, and his work can be found in galleries and private collections around the globe.

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