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: an astounding piece of art that can put people in raptures instantly. Hand made and hand painted, each of these made to order skateboards come signed and dated by Charles Kraftt himself. And no art work is repeated. This means you’ll be the sole owner of your $2,500 skateboard art work. Now, exclusive designer skateboard anyone?

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