Citroën has teamed up with the prestigious surfing company, Rip Curl, for their latest special edition, Citroën C4 Cactus Rip Curl. Originating in Australia in 1969, Rip Curl creates innovative surfing products that enable surfers to live and experience their passion with the best possible tools. Thus the two brands, Citroën and Rip Curl, both share common values of creation and innovation for their products. This is reflected in the great outdoor spirit and ‘made for adventure’ personality of Citroën C4 Cactus Rip Curl, a car that is both creative and innovative through its design and latest technological features.
Fieldey, (A.K.A. Haylee Fieldes) was born in New Zealand in the 80s. A move to Norfolk Island as a child kindled her interest in the ocean.
Leaving Norfolk Island in 2001 to study graphic design in Sydney, before spending a few years travelling and working as a graphic artist in London. Upon moving to Perth, Western Australia in 2007, Fieldey learned to surf and decided to custom-paint her own board. The rest as they say, is history.
Since then Fieldey has painted dozens of surfboards and skateboards, murals, bowling pins and even a 2.4m remote-controlled jet boat. Her popular YouTube channel Fieldey TV, and blog tutorials have helped to make her a rising star in the surf art scene and her unusual and cheeky wall murals are a popular fixture on the streets of Perth.
Kosh is a south London based illustrator/artist, originally from a graffiti background.
He has spent the last 8 years living and working around Europe, where he honed his skills not only with spray paint doing large scale commercial murals, but also with brushes creating realistic paintings for all to enjoy.
He is now currently working and living in London as a sign painter and a mural artist.
Phil has been drawing waves with a ball point pen on his blue jeans and school books ever since he started surfing at the age of 13. But his first love was drawing race cars.
Originating from Florida, America, his career focus now is preserving surfing history in oil paintings or bronze sculptures utilising his skills for portraiture and waves.
Along with many accomplishments as an artist in the Surf industry, Phil is now a member of the East Coast Surfings Hall of Fame for his work as an artist. He loves it when science and art are combined for smart design. Phil is an artist, surfer and car enthusiast for life.
The Wave Project is an award-winning charity that uses surfing as a form of therapy for young people experiencing mental illness or social isolation. Clients work with volunteer ‘surf mentors’ who spend time with them in the sea, teaching them how to surf, listening to them and helping them have fun.
The aims of the charity are to give young people positive, memorable experiences; access to good role models and opportunities to improve confidence and self esteem. In some cases, clients who are helped by the project become volunteers themselves, supporting other young people. Find out more: www.waveproject.co.uk.