Going with the wave of street wear and Western culture, street sports with hip hop culture like surfing, or skateboarding are now no stranger to Asians. From then on, the hobby of collecting art based on these subjects was born, to serve the community of their lovers.
If it comes to high-end skis, or dedicated surfboards for discerning players, it is not difficult to associate the Chanel or Supreme brand with expensive-priced boards. With a figure of about $ 7,700 to $ 8,900, these high-end skis are made of exquisite lacquer wood, with shiny glass and durable aluminum material. However, Chanel and Supreme are not the only brands that possess high-end surfboard and skateboard designs that make admirers admiring.
Surfing or skateboarding are all Western sports, following the path of cultural introduction that goes deep into Asian countries that have wide coastal line. It may not be so popular, but these two sports are still well received and supported by a large part of young people today.
That is surfing sport, so what about skateboarding?
Along with the introduction of American street culture, and retro trends with styles such as skate, grunge, … come back, the figure of skis at the park, or public square becomes more and more so crowded. Therefore, from owning only a normal board, surfboards and high-end skis today gradually become a valuable collection item for young people. Partly thanks to the artistic creations, the valuable drawings are painted on the board surface.
From the French erotic painting artist Petites Luxures, with the limited edition “The 3 Graces” limited-edition skis, pay homage to the humility of the three ancient goddesses of Greece Hera, Athena and Aphrodite; until Diptych Surfboards, the brand that launched the surfboard duo brought the print version of “The Triumph of Venus” by painter François Boucher in 1740. This surfboard is even rarer when only exactly 10 copies are released in the market. Moreover, these designs are produced entirely by hand in France, and come with their own design hooks, for true collectors.