Shorebreak Art of Clark Little: Collector's Edition is a 182-page 12x12 inch leather-bound coffee table book. Published in 2009, this is the first book published by North Shore, Hawaii wave photographer Clark Little.
Edition size is 500, numbered 1-500. The Collector's Edition includes a clamshell case with embossed lettering and two 8"x10" limited edition glossy prints only available with this special edition. Each book is signed by Clark Little, Kelly Slater and Jack Johnson.
Waimea shorebreak surfer turned art photographer, Clark Little has included a collection of his popular photos as well as new images each of which capture the power and beauty of Oahu's North Shore waves from the inside out. Forewords written by Jack Johnson and Kelly Slater introduce the reader to the more than 100 photographs. Seventy-five of these are two-page spreads and include captions of the photographs.
"His debut coffee-table book is a perfect combination of adventure and natural beauty"
- The Australian
"A new book from photographer and surfer Clark Little shows Hawaii's waves in all their glory"
- ABC News
"These are visions almost none of us might ever have witnessed without this exceptional collection"
- Rangefinder Magazine
"A vision of the natural world few ever see for themselves"
- Sierra Magazine
"182 pages of imagery that will change your shoreline perspective for life"
- Islands Magazine
"The result is a whole new perspective"
- Men's Journal
"This is one of those rare gems, which conquers all coffee-table books and paints the perfect picture of Hawaii"
- Herald Sun
"Absolute Stunner (5 stars)"
- Practical Photography
"The dramatic, heart-pounding pictures of crashing surf captured by photographer Clark Little will immediately transport you to the wave-soaked beaches of Hawaii. Forewords by star surfer Kelly Slater and Hawaii native Jack Johnson are just as groovy as the gravity-defying swells showcased in this oversized volume."
"Clark Little's photography is looming larger by the day. [His] career is likely one of the happiest accidents in the history of the photography business. "
- Grind TV