An artist who turns old broken skateboards into functional objects reminds us to do what we love.

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An artist who turns old broken skateboards into functional objects reminds us to do what we love.

George Rocha takes stacks of old, unrideable skateboard decks, glues them together, grinds them up, and transform them into functional objects like furniture, tables, tap handles, and, yes, even ‘new’ skateboards. Though unconventional, he lives a resourceful and purposeful life on his own terms.

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