Dalek "STABILIMENTUM" Exhibition @ Hurley H Space Gallery Recap

Celebrating the launch of the Phantom Fuse boardshort in conjunction with the U.S. Open of Surfing

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Celebrating the launch of the Phantom Fuse boardshort in conjunction with the U.S. Open of Surfing 2012, Hurley presents “STABILIMENTUM” at the Hurley H Space Gallery in Costa Mesa, California. Featuring artwork from Dalek, the exhibition showcases the renowned artist’s colorful geometric interpretations of the boardshort’s signature design. Allowing visitors to be completely immersed in the displayed universe, the exhibit also features appearances from Phantom Fuse-inspired products including the likes of the Dalek-assisted Hurley x Nike Free Run+ 3 NRG and a series of hand-painted fixed gear bikes from LDG alongside a custom surfboard. “STABILIMENTUM” will remain on display through September 15, 2012.

Hurley H Space Gallery
1945 Placentia Ave.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
United States

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