This Porcelain Skateboard Isn't Made for Rough Streets

By: Kamal Musharbash - Jan 7, 2011   Updated: Apr 1 2011
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For all those skateboarding connoisseurs, this porcelain skateboard will make you drool over its artistic appeal. Designer Charles Krafft hand-designed the board in all its white glory and painted the black designs on it.

Should you feel that your traditional skateboard needs an update, then for $2,500 this porcelain skateboard could be yours!

Implications - Products like these represent an uncanny crossroads between pop culture and classical artwork, and have the remarkable ability to appeal to two very different demographics simultaneously. On one hand, a product like this exudes style and vintage sensibilities; however, by adding a contemporary twist, companies can cultivate an allure that transcends this kind of traditional art in a creative way.