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Skateboard Sculptures by Haroshi

He’s been skateboarding since his teens, but now Japanese artist Haroshi likes to recycle old skateboard parts and create amazing 3-dimensional sculptures with them. The most important style of Haroshi’s sculptures is the wooden mosaic, a method used to save expense of materials, and also to minimize the weight of the piece.

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