Last year, the Ian Potter Centre in The National Gallery of Victoria, saw record numbers of visitors flock through its doors to see this exhibition.

Now, the unique Australian surf-wear brand is taking its retrospective to Sydney and bringing its wild and colourfully witty designs to a gallery near you.

Mambo has always been known for its tongue-in-cheek sense of humour which cemented its place in Australian iconography and has maintained a well-deserved place in Australian design history.

The exhibition will feature original artworks, posters, surfboards, inflatables and in-store display units, all from the past 30 years.

The exhibition is on at the aMBUSh gallery in Central Park until Sunday 26 April. For more information, visit the aMBUSH Gallery website.