Rusty Iron and Faux Shark Attack Wetsuits by Diddo

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: May 17, 2009 • References: bydiddo & yatzer
Diddo wetsuit designs are edgy and unconventional, which reflect the lifestyle of the surfers who would wear them. They are a far cry from the traditional black wetsuits and much more expressive.

Take a close look at the patterns printed on the neoprene material. The first one is reminiscent of ancient rusted iron, another suit makes the wearer look skinless and reveals an anatomic view of the human muscular system. A third wetsuit is slight more disturbing, giving the illusion our surfer dude has had a nasty encounter with a shark.

Diddo Velema’s innovative design studio, based in Amsterdam is called ‘bydiddo.’ Stats for Fauxtographic Neoprene Trending: Older & Mild
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