Pete Ramondetta REAL Skatedeck Skate Deck D*face
Pete Ramondetta REAL Skatedeck Skate Deck D*face
Pete Ramondetta REAL Skatedeck Skate Deck D*face
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Pete Ramondetta REAL Skatedeck

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D*face

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Part of D*Face's limited edition set of 3 Skate Decks designed for REAL Skateboards in 2010. This deck is still in its original packaging (never taken out) and includes a DVD and stickers inside the shrinkwrap! You won't find this deck in its original shrinkwrap anywhere else!

Dimensions: 32 x 8.75 Inches / 80 x 20 cm

Medium: Archival pigment print transfer on cold-pressed Steep natural skateboard deck. Includes skateboard DVD and sticker pack.

Provenance: Comes with a screen-printed signature from artist. Includes gallery certificate of authenticity. 

Edition: Limited Edition (Sold Out)

Year: 2010

Condition: New (Still in plastic wrap)


ABOUT THE ARTIST

D*Face, aka Dean Stockton, is an English multimedia graffiti street artist who uses spray paint, stickers, posters, and stencils. D*Face is one of the most prolific contemporary urban artists of his generation. Working with a variety of mediums and techniques, he uses a family of dysfunctional characters to satirise and hold to ransom all that falls into their grasp.

His aim is to encourage the public not just to 'see', but to look at what surrounds them and their lives, reflecting our increasingly bizarre fascination for with celebrity, fame, consumerism and materialism, re-thinking, reworking and subverting imagery drawn from a refuge of decades of materialistic consumption, imagery appropriated from currency, advertising, comic books, these now iconic motifs, cultural figures and genres are subverted to comment upon our conspicuous society.