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Recycled Sharkboards
The Hammerhead Shark Skateboard Sculpture is a Real Street Shark


By: Michael Hines (Superstar) Jun 1, 10
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The Hammerhead shark skateboard sculpture from artist Haroshi is just another awesome example of how great upcycling can be. Haroshi is an artist with a passion for skateboards. This hammerhead shark sculpture is actually made entirely out of old skate decks.

Normally when a deck gets broken, it is regarded as trash. The trucks and wheels are taken off, and the deck is left for dead in the trash. Haroshi’s Hammerhead shark skateboard sculpture proves that one mans trash is another mans treasure. Check out the street shark in the gallery above, or see more of Haroshi’s skateboard art by clicking the links.



Source: streetlevel
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