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Spiritual Skate Decks
Chris Dyer Recycles Skateboards into Conscious Contemporary Art


By: Renee Ramsarran (Star) Jan 11, 11
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Peru-born Chris Dyer has turned recycling old skateboards from a hobby into a full time job. The artist says his aim is to project a positive, spiritual nature through his art. Dyer’s brightly colored, visionary designs began with painting short broken decks, and have evolved into larger sculptures including a piece made from over 65 broken boards. 

The well-traveled Chris Dyer (who is now based out of Montreal, Canada) has certainly infiltrated the skateboard industry with his mystical and innovative skateboard art.



Source: recyclart.org
Readmore: positivecreations



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