Charles Kraftt’s porcelain skateboard is not meant for skateboarding


A porcelain skateboard? Your awe is understandable. After all, why would someone use a fragile material for a sport that isn’t exactly “fragile”? But then who said something about using it? This amazing piece is what it looks like: an astounding piece of art that can instantly put people in raptures. Hand made and hand-painted, each of these made to order skateboards come signed and dated by Charles Kraftt himself. And no artwork is repeated. This means you’ll be the sole owner of your $2,500 skateboard artwork. Now, exclusive designer skateboard anyone?
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