RISK Riskoleum Can Skate Deck
Exquisite Craftsmanship: Unleash the Skateboarding Pro Within
Each deck is crafted with unparalleled precision, offering a perfect balance of strength and flexibility that elevates your skateboarding skills. This exceptional skate deck exhibits a breathtaking blend of performance and artistry, ideal for both skateboarding enthusiasts and art collectors.
Decked in Artistry: An Epicenter of Street Art Culture
Own a piece of street art history. The RISK Riskoleum Can Skate Deck features exclusive artwork by renowned artist RISK, a pioneer in the graffiti scene. The captivating design is a striking homage to the essence of urban art, beautifully encapsulated in the Riskoleum Can illustration. This collectible skate deck doubles as a functional piece of art, injecting a pulse of vitality into your collection or performance.
Invest in Authenticity: The Choice of True Skateboard Lovers
The RISK Riskoleum Can Skate Deck is more than a tool; it's an investment. It's a unique merger of performance and aesthetics that serves both skateboarders and art connoisseurs. By choosing this deck, you're opting for authenticity, expressing individuality, and supporting the core values of skate culture and the artistic community.
About the artist:
Multi-talented fine artist, sculptor, and graffiti pioneer Kelly “RISK” Graval has been synonymous with the Los Angeles art community for decades. With a career spanning over 30 years, Risk has solidified his place in the history books as a world-renowned graffiti legend and contemporary artist. From his early days as a founder of the West Coast Graffiti movement to gallery and museum exhibits around the globe, Risk has transformed from a street artist to a rising star in the contemporary art world. His work has been shown in top galleries in LA, San Francisco, Toronto, New York, Miami, and London. His work has also been featured in major museum exhibits including the 2012 “Art In The Streets” at the LA MoCA and the hugely successful “Beyond The Streets” exhibits in Los Angeles and New York. Risk has been compared to the Ferus Gallery movement by art academia. “Being called the new generation of the Ferus movement is the biggest compliment anyone could give me. They have been a huge inspiration to me. I have had the opportunity to meet and work with some of the original Ferus Gallery artists, Including his hero Ed Moses.”