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‘Bones’ incorporates dance and dominoes, reflecting popular culture and also a game that Rhode played growing up in Cape Town as a child. The chalk and charcoal-like nature of the depiction is a nod to one of Rhode’s early mediums when he created performative wall drawings to reclaim public space.
Can I skate with my deck? Yes, you are free to do what you want with your newly bought skateboard, you just need to buy a set of wheels and a grip before you go out for a spin.
How do I hang my deck? All decks comes with a special wall mount that will give it a floating effect on your wall. All you need is a drill and a screwdriver!
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The Skateroom is a social entrepreneurship whose main aim is to help empower youth using the mediums of art and skateboarding. From graffiti and street art to fine art and photography, The Skateroom has thousands of decks on offer for collectors and art enthusiasts alike.
Each time The Skateroom produces a new artist, part of the proceeds are donated to Skateistan – an NGO charity that works with youth from Afghanistan and Cambodia.