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Thames London x Palace Skateboards Co-Branded Skatedecks

Inspired by the ‘Thames A.D.’ art show.

Thames London is the brainchild of Blondey Mccoy, member of Palace Skateboards. Collaborating with his team, the two British labels link up for a skateboard collection fusing Mccoy’s graphics with the now ubiquitous Tri-Ferg logo. As the fledgling brand’s first co-branded project, the decks feature artwork from McCoy’s first Thames art show, Thames A.D. from September last year. The boards are inspired by the ideas of currency, monarchy and “all things British,” and can be used for skateboarding or hung on the wall as ornate decorations. Keep an eye out for the release of the boards at Palace Skateboards.

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