Pinstriping and Kustom Graphics Magazine did a feature on Drew’s painting of one of the Escape Camper Vans.  (Buy your copy here.)

We were stoked about the article, however, they omitted photo credit to Michael R. Foley, who took all of the amazing photos.  So we are giving Mike his credit due right here!


Photos (c) Michael R. Foley


Photos (c) Michael R. Foley


Photos (c) Michael R. Foley

sigg-keith-haring-bottle“Celebrate America”

Collectors’ Series

From SIGG Press Release:


The historical election in the USA has inspired people around the globe, from Switzerland to Swaziland. To recognize the global enthusiasm for the rebirth of the American Dream, Sigg introduced “Celebrate America”, a limited-release collection of six specially designed SIGG bottles.

“The images on the six bottles, with designs by renowned American artists such as Keith Haring and Drew Brophy, celebrate daily life in the United States – from coast to coast, and from the big surf to the open prairies. (more…)

spin-magazine-drew-brophy-copyThe July 2009 SPIN MAGAZINE has a page titled “TOYS OF SUMMER” which includes cameras, watches, shopper bags and a Drew Brophy Surfboard.

The Drew Brophy surfboard painting shown in this magazine is titled “Flying Fish” and was sold for $14,000 in a Surfrider Foundation New York auction. 

This issue of Spin Magazine also has an insightful article on the elusive talent, Prince, and the making of his Purple Rain Movie back in 1984.

The most intriquing trait about Prince was (more…)

playboyNow you have a reason to buy  a Playboy Magazine – It’s for the ART!

PLAYBOY MAGAZINE – JUNE 2009 ISSUE (best selling magazine in the world) features Drew’s painting titled “Voodoo Child” on the same page as Megan Fox.

voodoo_foxThe “Voodoo Child” painting is Drew’s version of his favorite guitarist, Jimi Hendrix, on a 10’0″ Surfboard shaped by Ron House.  We sold this painting to the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas a few years ago, and it’s been one of the rare paintings on display there.

Go pick up a Playboy Magazine this month – tell your wife it’s to support the Arts!

scratching-the-surfaceDusty Skellet’s fun surf-inspired T.V. Segment called “Scratching the SURFace” features different surf characters in the Friday morning show.

On Friday, May 15, 2009, San Diego 6 Morning News aired a feature of Drew painting a board with Dusty, demonstrating that just about anyone can paint their own surfboard!

Watch it online at