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Guachinche Series By Oscar Lorenzo X Nomad Skateboards
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Guachinche series par Oscar Lorenzo x Nomad Skateboards

Depuis les Îles Canaries, le designer Óscar Lorenzo réalise différents projets d’illustration comme celui-ci, pour la marque espagnole Nomad Skateboards. Intitulée « Guachinche », cette série aux tons pastels, mélange plusieurs sujets : un paquet de cigarette, un penseur et une colonne…
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Madness Skate Sculpture By Rom Avjc
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Madness in Rome skatejarre par Rom Av.JC

La dernière œuvre antique de Rom av.JC est sortie de terre et s’intitule « Madness in Roma ». Cette nouvelle jarre taillée dans 3 planches de skate a été recouverte d’argile pour avoir un rendu le plus authentique possible aux céramiques de…
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Richard Colman And Uma Skateboards
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Richard Colman x UMA Skateboards

Avec le skateboard au shape très original « Crazy Special Edition », Uma et l’artiste Richard Colman ont aussi éditée une série de 3 skateboards. Aussi colorées que psychédélique, il représente 3 orientations de son travail : des squelettes hilares ainsi que…
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Star Wars X Element Skateboards
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Starwars x Element Skateboards

Pour rendre hommage à la Force, la marque fondée par Johnny Schillereff a designé une série de 5 cruiserboards. Dark Vador, C-3Po, R2-D2, Yoda, un trooper et Boba Fett, chaque board est assignée à un personnage emblématique des films. Elles…
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Manramp Kylix Board
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Manramp Kylix skatejarre par Rom Av.JC

Depuis son atelier à Lugdunum (ville aujourd’hui nommée Lyon, en France), Romain Hurdequint aka Rom av.JC sculpte dans d’anciens skateboards des jarres romaines. Ce Kylix, vase profond utilisé pour déguster du vin lors de banquets est le premier que l’artiste…
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MCA X French Fred Skateboards 11
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MCA x French Fred skateboards

La marque de skate française Modern Collective of Artists vient d’éditer ses toutes premières boards en collaboration avec le légendaire photographe Fred Mortagne, aka French Fred. La planche noire intitulée « Cathedral » reprend deux photos de l’artiste, combinées et séparées par…
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Pushing Skate Art since day one

Since 2011, the media focuses on showing all the creativity around this object that Canadians call the "rouli-roulant". From graphics to sculptures made of skateboard folds, furniture made of boards or works made of several skateboards, the possibilities are infinite and the artists have understood that. We are more and more numerous to find a real attraction for this medium. Its singular shape, its holes for screws, its folds of wood colored or not, its bottom used to graphics or its top where we put the griptape, all these characteristics are so many constraints that push to creativity!

And that's without even mentioning its history, its culture and the difficulty in its practice that leads to a real fascination in the collective imagination. This is the reason why luxury brands are appropriating it, which they are not ready to do with the scooter or the hoverboard.

This media aims to highlight what could be called a new artistic movement and called Skate Art. In addition to the series and works, the idea is to go deeper into the subject by interviewing art directors of brands, artists and illustrators who create and participate in that, every day, this mode of artistic expression is enriched.

In addition to this site, The Daily Board is involved in real life with the creation of books and exhibitions on this art. With the curation and writing of the book Skate Art: From the object to the artwork, I try (ed. Romain Hurdequint, founder of this site) to show the richness of this world.

The exhibitions Inking Board & Spraying Board, respectively dedicated to the inking of skateboards by tattoo artists and the spraying of boards by street artists, also have this vocation. These exhibitions take place today mainly in France, but their objective is to progressively travel around the world and especially across the Atlantic.

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