Whether you live by your favourite beach, miss your local since moving away or can’t decide which Aussie surf club you love most, Clubbies Prints has a match for you.

Dave and Ed Liston, the co-founders of Incognito Art Show, launched Clubbies Prints during lockdown in 2020 as a way to give back to the communities they missed most.

A retro vibe fills the collection of minimalist graphics. Each of the designs features a circle detailed with the respective club's colours.

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There are currently 298 surf lifesaving clubs featured across the range – from Agnes Water, Albany and Aldinga Bay to Yamba, Yanchep and Yeppoon, if you filter alphabetically.

The prints measure 50 x 70 centimetres and start at $179, unframed. You can then choose to add a black, oak or white frame to your order. They’re all printed with non-toxic, water-based inks on a cream textured paper. And $5 from every print sold is donated to the SLSC featured in the work.

If you can’t pick a favourite, the collection works well with prints hung alongside each other, bringing a laid-back vibe to your living space or bedroom. They also make great gifts. You can commemorate that holiday to Noosa, those summers spent in Portsea or pay homage to their hometown heroes in Merewether.

Clubbies Prints is currently offering 35 per cent off framed prints for the month of November as part of its Black Friday sale.


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