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I See Colours Tony Riff Skateboard Deck

I See Colours Tony Riff Skateboard Deck

I See Colours Tony Riff Skateboard Deck You know what they say- beauty erupts from the eye of the beholder! The I See Colours Skateboard Deck by Unruly Industries™ artist Tony Riff features a classic cartoony character caught in the middle of a multicolored meltdown as his senses are shocked by splash of rainbow sensibility. This technicolor trip decorates the underside of an expertly crafted skateboard deck from Madrid Pro and features the artist’s name on the base. The I See Colours Skateboard Deck, inspired by a designer toy, is highly limited to an edition of only 150 pieces, making this a unique and stylish collectible for skateboard enthusiasts and art collectors alike. The board is a 7-ply Maple Street Deck made in California by Madrid Pro., built for performance and precision whether it hits the ramp or is proudly displayed in your collection.   Ride the rainbow and add the I See Colours Skateboard Deck by Tony Riff to your collection today!

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I See Colours Tony Riff Designer Collectible Toy

I See Colours Tony Riff Designer Collectible Toy

I See Colours Tony Riff Designer Collectible Toy The world isn’t always so black and white, so introduce some pigment to your perspective! Tony Riff’s I See Colours designer toy puts beauty in the eye of the beholder as classic cartoon style meets a violent splash of rainbow sensibility. Artist Statement: This piece is actually something I created a long time ago, which to this day is probably still a favourite amongst people that follow my work and has taken a life of it’s own..my memory is kinda hazy but at the time of making this I liked the idea of taking this style of character and introducing colour in a surreal way, I guess my idea of a bad trip from the perspective of a 1940s cartoon character would be engulfed in colour! About the Artist: Long story short I’m a London based illustrator, hugely influenced by cartoons (turns out I lacked the patience to become an animator though). I’ve always had the urge to experiment with my own style and try different things, but at the end of the day it all comes back to cartoons and creating characters. As well as working full time at a creative agency I also dabble in selling my own merch and collaborating on various art projects outside of the office, chances are I’m always thinking of the next thing to draw while trying to juggle ten ideas at once…

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