Timothy Goodman: Plywood for Good

Timothy Goodman recently collaborated with Luke Bartels to customize a skateboard deck for Collective Good’s recent exhibition, Plywood for Good. A group of artists and designers were asked to create a skateboard deck that expresses their thoughts on the recent devastation in Japan, all in the name of charity, with all proceeds going to the relief efforts.

7 Comments

  1. Hannah says:

    LOVE this! cause, concept, design, and execution A+++
  2. Weekend Reading | How I Waste Time says:

    [...] coolest skateboard whose proceeds will go towards relief efforts in Japan.  At first I wanted to eat it. How Asian [...]
  3. Ed says:

    It's amazing what some people are able to create with a two color palette, and some plywood. Really cool.
  4. MonarchRH says:

    What a great installation! Especially considering the recent heatwave, anything looking so cool is welcomed!
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