Saturday, August 20, 2011 introduces seven new Surfboard Skinz from TRUNKS ART!

Emerald Isle, N.C. — August 20, 2011 — Chuck Trunks' Precision Abstracts is featured in Playagraphic's SurfboardSKINZ website:

Besides working with a company that produces a unique, high quality product, I like knowing that my art is going out into the waves; ironically, it's the waves that inspire much of my work. An excerpt from their website:

"SurfboardSKINZ are digitally printed & laminated vinyl applied to a surfboard. They are easy to apply and they completely change the look of your board."

Advantages to having a skin...

* Great for promotional purposes.
* Protects your board from sun damage.
* Give an older board a new look.
* Easily noticeable from the beach.
* Change sponsors without waiting for a new board.
* Change your design as often as you want.

We use the best vinyl you can buy for a quick and easy install.
The vinyl features adhesive that has air channels for a bubble free install.

To see my line-up of surfboard skins and to learn more about Playagraphic's SurfboardSKINZ brand, please click here to go to

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

DecalGirl Inc. introduces the latest TRUNKS ART device skin: "SKULL BOMBS!"

Milton, DE — August 9, 2011 — DecalGirl Inc.,the industry leader for electronic device personalization, introduces Chuck Trunks' "Skull Bombs" as one its' latest device skins!
From DecalGirl's website:

It all started with a vision. A small company that was formed in 2003 by a young couple in Delaware made waves its first year. Focusing on quality, craftsmanship and support, DecalGirl was producing a small line of high-quality, photo quality removable graphics for show vehicles.

Later that year, a dusty original Xbox console sitting on a desk in the company's tiny one-room office led to a revelation. The same high-quality graphics we produced for magazine-featured cars and trucks looked even better on a game console. No corners were cut, no expense was spared - the best materials, the best print quality, the best equipment were combined to launch an entirely new line of full-color skins for popular game consoles with the highest quality possible.

Within 12 months, the concept had taken hold. Additional platforms were added, more staff was hired and the company continued to garner rave reviews for the products. What started as a small hobby for two grew over the ensuing years to a streamlined, efficient and dedicated global organization that employs over two dozen people in a 19,000 sq ft office, showroom and production facility just minutes outside of that same small resort town in Delaware.

The passion and dedication to the concept of personalization and individualism drives us to this very day. DecalGirl is usually the first to support new platforms; the first name that brand managers turn to for promotional products and a trusted name with retail shoppers.

We still produce all of our premium quality skins on location in order to ensure that the products hold to the reputation we've built for them over the years. We refuse to farm manufacturing out overseas - even if it means turning down those resellers or distributors looking for the cheapest skins on the market. We would rather not make a sale than risk our reputation by selling inferior products.

Our products are sold worldwide through hundreds of resellers, distributors and retail locations. We have over half a million dollars invested in the best equipment, supplies and materials, and are dedicated to producing the best quality output at a fair price. We constantly upgrade and add new capabilities and products as we see the need to - if you're looking for something we don't advertise or have a suggestion about a product or service that we should add to the mix, please contact us.

To see my line of skins and to learn more about DecalGirl's skin brand, please click here to go to

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Monday, August 8, 2011

TRUNKS ART is part of the Ventura County Museum of Art's 'SPLASH' show and runs through September 18th!

Ventura, CA — August 8, 2011 — Take the plunge into summer with Splash!, an exhibition highlighting ocean-inspired art and Ventura’s beach resort past, running July 2 through September 18 at the Museum of Ventura County. Artwork by more than 30 regional artists can be seen throughout the museum’s galleries, plaza, and courtyard, including large-scale sculptural installations and artistic surfboards. The historical component of the exhibit contrasts early 20th century beach wear with today’s trends, explores 1960s surf culture, and offers a look back at Ventura’s former Bath House, unique “Tent City” and Pierpont Bay resort.

The exhibit’s sculpture and sculptural installations are by Jessica Bodner (Ventura); BiJian Fan (Camarillo); Matt Furmanski (Ventura); Gerri Johnson-McMillin (Ventura); R. Nelson Parrish (Santa Barbara); Chris Provenzano (Ventura); Blakeney Sanford (Santa Barbara); and Kenji Webb (Ventura). Photography, painting, mixed media, glass, and fiber art are by Erik Abel (Ventura); Benjamin Anderson (Carpinteria); Briana Bainbridge (Ventura); Chris Charney (Ventura); Isabel Downs (Santa Barbara); Dan Harding (Santa Paula, formerly Ojai); Anna Karakalou (Ventura); Jim Knowlton (Ventura); Ryan Loughridge (Ventura); Jim Martin (Ventura); David Pu’u (Ventura); Roxie Ray (Camarillo); Joni Sternbach (New York City, active in Ventura and Los Angeles counties); and Sylvia Torres (formerly Ventura). Surfboard artists include Malcolm & Jacob Campbell with Studio 609 (Oxnard & Ventura); Gene Cooper & Jeff Pupo (Oxnard); Ozzie Osborn & Jim Allen (Ojai and Ventura); Chuck Trunks & Surfboard Skinz (Camarillo); Steve Walden (Ventura); Robert Weiner & Five Star Fiberglass (Ventura).

The Museum of Ventura County is located at 100 East Main Street in downtown Ventura. Hours are 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is $4 adults, $3 seniors, $1 children 6-17, members and children under 6 are free. For more museum information go to or call 805-653-0323.

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