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RETO: A Surfboard Made from Recycled Skateboards

From skate to surf, the RETO (REcycle for TOmorrow) project from Björn Holm follows the circle of

From skate to surf, the RETO (REcycle for TOmorrow) project from Björn Holm follows the circle of life in action sports. On a similar path to the work of Japanese artist HAROSHI, RETO is breathing new life into old skateboards, by recycling them for use in constructing a surfboard. The Finnish furniture designer has been collecting broken skateboards since December of 2011, and finally has amassed enough to build this colorful, and very environmentally-friendly 6’4″ fish-shaped surfboard. When you’re done watching the video, you can also check out a photographic slide show documenting Björn’s unique project here.

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