Surfers conquer the Jaws break in Pe’ahi on the North Shore of Maui, Hawai’i, in this photo by Marty Wolff. Fun fact: When legends John Roberson, John Lemus, and John Potterick were surfing the break in 1975, they noticed a sudden change in the conditions to huge dangerous waves and gave it a nickname after the film Jaws, comparing the unpredictability to a shark attack.
Paper Prints: Printed on fine art matte-finish archival paper, each image arrives set in a double bright-white matte that is designed to fit all standard size frames.
Aluminum Prints: Archival aluminum prints – commonly known as “metal prints” – are printed directly to a sheet of metal and arrive float-mounted and ready to hang, floating 1/2″ off the wall. Light bouncing back through the color creates a depth and luminosity like no other material.