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The home of 1960s surfing culture in Australia

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Since 2003 we have worked with Anthony Woodbine framing. He set up a framing workshop at home in Byron Bay and continues to provide the locally sourced product that Hodaddy is all about. 

For the images you see for sale on this website, our frames are like the ones you see below, (thin black stained timber 20-45mm wide) unless the customer has specified otherwise. Woodbine framing offers us a large selection of framing alternatives, but we prefer to use the Black Japan Stain that is from a certified sustainable timber resource.

We use perspex/acrylic instead of glass, as it is more durable and never breaks in transit. The perspex is sourced from recycled plastics in Brisbane.

All of our framing options are able to be modified by you, the customer. 

For more info email framing@hodaddy.com.au

 

 

Byron Carpark (Main Beach) by John Pennings.

 

 

Cronulla streetscape by Bob Weeks

George Greenough 'In The Tube' signed memoribilia

 

1960s Collage by John Pennings 

  

20mm frame - photo Ulladulla by John Pennings

45mm frame - Photo Green Island by John Pennings

 

Honolua Bay 1965 by Leo Hetzel 

 

Empty lineup Crescent Head 1972 by Peter Green