Friday, November 20, 2009

Catchin' up (pic's from the shop in Lincoln City)

I had to include one more shot of the Cape Lookout trail. . . a beautiful spot!

Part of the new shop from one corner

work area

The main work space. . . thank's again Steve and Peggy

grip tape removal station

Sunday, September 6, 2009

New pic's from the L.C.

Another shot of the new shop

Kiteboarders at the beach

Where the Salmon river meets the Pacific Ocean.

A view from the trail.

Sunset on the Pacific

Friday, August 21, 2009

Cal Skate downtown PDX

If you are in downtown Portland stop in at Cal Skate and check out the shop.

As soon as you walk up to the counter you will see one of my pieces hanging

Thanks again to Howard, Paul and all the guy's at Cal Skate

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Mercurio piece for Aunt Marge

This is a special order that was made for my aunt Marge. It's made from eight different skateboard decks. The letters are approximately five to six inches tall by three to five inches wide and attached to a piece of wood that has been stained black.
I am now taking special orders with prices starting at twenty to thirty dollars a letter depending on size (plus shipping).Contact me with any ideas at my new Ebay shop . . .this is the link.

New shop in Lincoln City OR



Out front

Driftcreek Falls

Newport OR
-Special thanks to Jo and Dylan, Peggy and Steve for a warm welcome and kindness.This piece of the planet is beautiful from many angles.I am looking forward to creating new pieces daily.

Monday, July 20, 2009

a few pic's

Another Dreamland masterpiece

Mr. Mullen's Darkslide

Nice old school flashback decks

Bucky tweaked

Friday, July 17, 2009




June 21st is Go Skateboarding Day in case you did not know.It just passed a few weeks ago and I was hanging out with my family enjoying the weekend(and nursing a minor shoulder injury from the L.C.).I forgot which day in June it was until it passed.Next year I will be ready with board in hand to go hang with people somewhere.I posted a couple pic's of gatherings of skaters.
GSD website here . . .

Friday, July 10, 2009

Gettin' the word out

It would be a shame for them to have to discard all of that.


Chunky Ace

Two new ''Skateboard People'' as well as more of downtown today and a strange message on a shopping cart.Another cool day in PDX.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Downtown Stumptown 7909

Portland was very much enjoyed today.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009


After an awesome holiday weekend with family and a productive week thus far. . .
time to share a couple pic's of whats going on.First is a business card holder(that will make it's way into a skate shop in PDX soon) and the other is a''dewd''who will be on sale in my Etsy shop by Friday.The deck that I used to make him is on top of the pile in the picture that I posted here on June 17.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Thanks(+2 beautiful pic's of Lincoln City)

I wanted to make sure I took time to thank all of the skaters in Portland for thrashing their skateboards constantly to the point where they break.From my own experience, I know that sometimes this can be frustrating. . . especially when you are trying to land a specific trick.
So thank you and know that if you leave your broken skatedeck at the skateshop . . . it could possibly end up in my hands and made to look like something.Also a couple more pic's of the LC!

Tuesday, June 30, 2009


This piece was found then cut out months ago.I have been backed up a bit with my work ,but nevertheless here it is ''Wave''.It goes on sale in my Etsy shop tomorrow.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

First flight

On top of a pile of material that is soon to become something in the Skatebirdshop this week,rests a Blackwing Skatebird that sold on Monday.
Thanks to the buyer and for all of the support everyone is showing after they view the shop.
Stay tuned to see what is made from the pile of broken skateboard decks.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

LC 609

Just got back from Lincoln City OR. Thanks Dylan and Jo for a great time.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


This blog is for the art that I am making out of discarded skateboard decks. I take the broken pieces, clean them up, and shape them into something cool to display. Every piece is made sturdy so that I would be happy to hang it on my own wall.

Here are some broken skateboard decks that I have collected for my next art pieces.

This is the Lincoln City Skatepark that I skated this week. Thank You Dreamland Skateparks for building a free venue for people to shred.