Yoshitomo Nara Untitled (Schrödinger) Skateboard Deck
Yoshitomo Nara is a Japanese artist best known for his powerful portraits with eyes that appear simultaneously sweet and sinister. This untitled piece, created in 2002, is reminiscent of the Schrödinger’s Box problem, which questions the nature of things unseen. Here one of Nara’s signature subjects appears from a hazy cube, apparently both disgruntled and content.
Time-Limited Edition – Exclusively available during the Nara retrospective
100% FSC Canadian Maple Wood - Produced in Europe - Worldwide shipping
Through this collaboration The Skateroom will apply their 5:25 fundraising model to keep supporting social skate projects empowering youth through skateboarding and education around the world, making sure that those most vulnerable are not forgotten.
A portion of each deck's sales go towards creating a grant to support a social skateboarding project.
- Single board
- Certificate of authenticity
- Silkscreen heat transfer on 100% FSC Canadian Maple Wood, produced in Europe
- 8 x 31 inches
© Yoshitomo Nara