Def. A person of the boardwalk.

BOARDWALKER started on the Mission Beach, San Diego Boardwalk. The people watching, activities, and just feelings of the sun bring so much joy, we wanted to share it. All boardwalks from coast to coast have a certain fascination about them. Between the crowds, the piers, the rides, and the events, everyone is present in the moment. There’s a teeming of life across rollerbladers, roller skaters, skateboarders, one wheelers, bikers, runners, singers, sellers, lifeguards, singles, families, couples, surfers, dancers, tanners, and even nappers. It’s all about living in the moment, soaking up the sun, and embracing the colorful community.

Pop art and boardwalk culture are both about celebrating life and the beauty of the world around us. Pop art emerged in the 1950s and 1960s in Britain and the United States, and is known for its bold colors, graphic patterns, and images from popular culture. It often features images of everyday objects, such as soup cans, comic strips, and celebrities that have become famous and popular because of Andy Warhol.

The beach and boardwalk culture is also characterized by its vibrant colors, bold patterns, and images of popular culture. The boardwalk is a place where people come to have fun, relax, and enjoy the sun. It is a place where people can express themselves and be creative. Both Pop art and the beach and boardwalk culture are a reflection of the times and the people who live in them. They are both about having fun, being creative, and enjoying life.

With the history of pop art residing mostly on the east coast, it is our goal to help the west coast to define its own colors, vibrancy, and pop culture today. 

We hope you enjoy our work and perspective as much as we do. 

It's never a bore at the boardwalk.