Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art Show

Reclaimed decks got artist makeovers for the Skate Deck Art Show at MegaFauna.EXPAND
Reclaimed decks got artist makeovers for the Skate Deck Art Show at MegaFauna.
All photos by Ken Hamblin

Reclaimed, artist-designed skate decks rolled into MegaFauna last Saturday for the Skate Deck Art Show, organized by the RiNo apparel store with Truly Rejected magazine to benefit the Stronghold Society, an organization dedicated to building skateparks on reservations in South Dakota. More than thirty artists took part, and proceeds from board and raffle-ticket sales helped Stronghold reach its goal. Here’s a look at the boards and the people of the Skate Deck Art Show, courtesy of photographer Ken Hamblin.

Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art Show
Ken Hamblin
Photos: Artists Rally for the Stronghold Society at the Skate Deck Art ShowEXPAND
Ken Hamblin

Now see the full Skate Deck Art Show slide show.

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