Felipe Pantone has recently taken his tech-motivated graphic creations over to the skate culture community — forging a range of limited-edition skate decks. Skateboard manufacturer Miller Division and multidisciplinary art platform Ink and Movement have joined forces to create a signature series designed in cooperation with a choice selection of contemporary artists.
The very first to be featured is the Spanish-bred creative, who combined computer-influenced patterns along with a saturated color palette — resulting in an optically-mesmerizing visual display. Each piece is handprinted and cold-pressed on hard rock Canadian maple. The collaborative limited-edition decks are now available for purchase through Ink and Movement’s online shop.
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