Design: Skateboard Artwork

These decks are stunning. Vancouver based artist Nathan Matthews aka Giant Human creates them for various skateboard labels.

Check out his work (he does snowboards too) at his web site.

We found some of his deck designs at the following shops/labels:

Olive Skateboard Co
Metric Skateboards
Famous


Click on the image below for the link

link to Giant Human.com





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