Art/design is the keystone of No Enemy. The fusion of graphics and statements that promote the No Enemy mind set are brought forth by an inspired crew from Santa Cruz (Boris Koodrin, Aimee Zvinakis, Tim Ward, Paul Cheatham), San Francisco (Joey Shep & Dorey Kronick), Oakland (Chox Victor Macias) and Los Angeles (Jeffery Ault). No Enemy invites contributions from any corner of the earth! Give thanks for the abundance of beautiful art!
Clothing, art and surfboards don't just come from a store or a company. The No Enemy organization wants you to understand and be stoked on where your goods comes from, by who and how they are created. Our favorite fabrics to use are hemp and organic cotton. Hemp and organic cotton can be cultivated in harmony with the natural cycles of soil, air and water. They don't require any pesticides, which are the number one water pollutant in the United Sates. Hemp and organic cotton need less energy and less contaminating chemicals than any other fabrics! The No Enemy surfboards are made out of Palownia Wood which can be grown sustainably in many climates around the world.
We think carefully about the farms that grow the seeds, the farmers that farm them and the processes and people turning the fibers into clothing. We hand shape the Palownia surfboards in Santa Cruz California.
Hemp is such a strong naturally growing plant it thrives without the use of pesticides. Hemp, as they say, grows like a weed. Hemp has all the environmental benefits of cotton and is the strongest natural fiber.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns about our production. email@example.com
Fig. 109. - Indian Hemp. a, young leaf. b, pistillate flower enclosed by a bract and supported by a stipule. c, bract, showing glands. d, ovary, cut longitudinally. e, fruit (hemp-seed). / and g, fruit in transverse and longitudinal section (figures after Holmes). Read more: http://chestofbooks.com/health/materia-medica-drugs/Textbook-Materia-Medica/Indian-Hemp-Cannabis-Indica.html#.U1gAO-ZdV5E#ixzz2zjYnEhEj