Well..it’s been a while in between surfs and travel and as the first post for 2014 we would like to wish all our lovely Ola Nina followers a brilliant New Year
We thought we would start off with some photos we’ve taken and some we’ve seen this year that we love. Expect bigger and better things from the Ola Nina team this year we are hoping to bring you more profile pieces, yummy recipes and of course travel stories and unique things to see and do.
Stay tuned Ola Nina lovers..watch this space! and here’s to a top year full of waves, sunny days and good times..lots of love L&C xxx
We are loving these cute and colourful illustrations by Japanese artist Mozneko.
Mozneko hails from Sapporo-shi, in Japan. His brightly coloured work will bring back your innocence and make you smile. (We promise)
Check out more of Mozneko’s beautiful art on his Tumblr!
Our friend Vanessa at Sail or Die makes some delightful artwork. She combines beach themes, island totems, symbols, mexican skulls and bright colours to create her incredibly fun and individual paintings. She also has a pretty cool blog too.
Vanessa is a Melbourne artist who is planning to open her own brewery!
We hope you like Vanessa’s paintings as much as we do. Hopefully we’ll catch up with her soon for an interview and she can tell you all about these paintings! In the meantime you can check her art out on Facebook. 🙂
Check out Ola Niña on Tumblr and get your daily dose of sun, beach and surfing fun. (Even when you can’t physically get out in the water). We hope you like it! 🙂
I have a full time job which means two things
1) I can’t surf during the week
2) Weekend waves are usually packed with weekly workers just like me.
One of my best friends lives down the coast and is enjoying her university lifestyle. Every time I speak to her, she tells me how amazing her surf was that day. I’m happy for her, but I can’t help but feel like this:
Ever had this feeling?