April 03 2020 Friday at 10:03 AM
Gone but definately not forgotten
Thomas Bexon may have left the island but he didn’t leave us empty handed. Fresh out of the glassing bay are two epic looking Thomas Bexon – Deus Customs longboards. In all sense of the term, these are truly beautiful looking objects.
- See more at: http://deuscustoms.com/V1/id/gone-but-definately-not-forgotten/#sthash.sh3TGFJT.dpufThomas is old school when it comes to his shaping. Every board, from start to finish, is hand shaped forgoing the initial CNC machining a lot of today’s shapers begin with. He takes to a fresh blank with nothing more than a planer, an idea and one hell of a lot of enthusiasm.Don’t take our word for it, have a look yourself. We have a wicked Vimeo video showing time lapse of a board getting shaped, a Thomas Bexon – Jai Lee Noserider Deus Custom co-lab. For those of you that missed it CLICK HEREThese 100% hand made boards are in the rack down at the Deus Temple of Enthusiasm in Canggu just in case your the sort of person who takes a more tactile approach to a work of art.And to those of you in the market for a new log, perhaps now is the time to buy. With these two, we know we are just the temporary custodians and they will not be with us for long.