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skateboard bench - short

by Jason Podlaski
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  • the story

X-Treme Seating

This handcrafted, one-of-a-kind bench is no stuffy, front parlor, lace-and-doily chair. This is hard-rocking contemporary seating made from reclaimed fragments of street-smart, battle-scarred skateboard decks. Every Skateboard Bench is meticulously built, reinforced and finished by skilled craftsmen in Pennsylvania.

Inspired by the consistent way many skateboards were busted, artist Jason Podlaski collects shattered skateboards from skateshops and skateparks in the US and Canada and turns both deck and truck into a hybrid, high-quality piece of furniture that's built tough. The scrapes and scars on the decks create a beautiful veneer of use over the original graphics. The result is a freewheeling seat that both hard-core design enthusiasts and street sports fanatics will flip (and 360) over.

Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.

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Made from
reclaimed steel, recycled skateboards, skateboard truck
48" L X 14.5" W X 18" H; 33 Pounds
Clean with damp cloth.

Due to the variable nature of recycled skateboard decks, every bench is unique and will feature a one-of-a-kind combination of scarred skateboard art, scrapes/bangs, colors and graffiti. The decks for each bench are carefully selected by hand in order to be complimentary, much like a woodworker would select lumber for a piece of fine furniture. Despite the fact that every bench is unique, we have engineered our production process to insure all furniture meets our strict quality and dimensional specifications. We do produce every piece of furniture to be balanced as far as "quality" of skateboard art, colors, and graffiti included in each bench.
  • the maker

Jason Podlaski

It all began when Adam Podlaski approached his brother, Jason, and asked him to salvage the remains of what appeared to be several broken skateboards. Jason realized that not only could the pieces be fashioned into stools but that most skateboards tend to break in similar spots - at the truck or, simply, in half - lending themselves perfectly to legs and seats. Now, instead of being chucked into landfills and discarded, broken skateboards could have a second life as furniture. After all, with providing hours of fun and freedom to their owners, they deserved a more dignified retirement. With quality and authenticity in mind, Jason takes special care to preserve the scrapes and scars that make every board, and stool, unique. collection

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