Peruvian skateboard art

Chris Dyer is a Peruvian artist living in Montreal, Canada. He has skateboarded since the age of 8 in 1987 and has been an environmentalist since he went treeplanting in 2000.
For the past 10 years Chris has been recycling is own broken skateboards and turning them into paintings and sculptures. He has done hundreds by now, that you can see in is webpages (the facebook fanpage albums are more straightforward).
With the years, the work has progressed more n more into sculptures, culminating in a 9 foot tall robot/chair that is made out of over 65 broken skates.

noid Future Primitive Peruvian skateboard art in wood sport goods art with Skateboard Sculpture Recycled Art

noid Skatetenstein Peruvian skateboard art in wood sport goods art with Skateboard Sculpture Recycled Art

noid Board Tip Mandala Peruvian skateboard art in wood sport goods art with Skateboard Sculpture Recycled Art

++ Positive Creations

++ Chris Dyer Facebook

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3 Comments

  1. Dominique Kumba Boisnier via Facebook - January 8, 2013

    tout simplement magnifique <3

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