T-shirts, album art and skateboard graphics are often used by designers and illustrators as a blank canvas to express their personal creativity, with no limits holding back the creative ideas there are many stunning examples to be seen. This collection of 223 skateboard deck graphics from various designers and illustrators will be sure to get your creative juices flowing!

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  1. What a fantastic post Chris. I love the stuff from bucket’o’thought.

    But it makes me sad :( I had to give up skateboarding recently after 10 years of sweat & passion due to injury :(

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  2. What a great resource. I can remember my first skateboard, which was silver with a great squared pattern on the back, and as a kid I thought it was the bees knees…until I saw these!

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  3. damn. i do love me some awesome skate graphics. its so tough to make b/c your space is really limited an odd. I still love the classic Santa Cruz screaming hand.

    I had to stop skating so much b/c i dislocated my elbow & severed an artery when I popped it back in. I used to rip…now i’m lame. only good thing is that i now focus on design and getting fat.

    awesome post. thanks for the memories

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  4. Very cool post. I love the stuff from bucketothought.

    I’ve always skated and found it really funny that these amazing graphics are placed on the bottom of the board. The spots where after a few times out becomes completely shredded and scratched up.

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  5. Great designs, really. As someone who has recently been designing some board graphics for my boy’s boards, by what means does one apply the graphics (computer) to a new blank deck? Aside from breaking out the airbrush or going to a vinyl sign company what is the best method of applying them to a board if one should so wish? I would prefer spay paint but that’s not cool enough for the boys! much thanks for any insight.
    -GR

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  6. Depends on your contract, to find a contract to start with see “the graphic artists guild pricing & ethical guidelines” book its a great place to start, here in the states anyway.
    -GR

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