I’m not really sure. I’m no expert. But, I’m sure you get what you pay for.
A quick search on google came up with these links. Mind you, I don’t realy know:
This is the project I’ve been working on this week, and the reason I haven’t been around much lately! It’s for an art auction to benefit the creation of a local skate park. The black base is grip-tape that you would normally find covering the top of a skateboard, and the illustration is of various Maine flora and fauna.
I keep getting people asking why I would put art on the top, since it would get scuffed by feet…. this is not meant to be a functional board, though, it’s just an art piece! Even if I put papercraft on the backside it still would not be very functional :’Da
I’m very pleased with this, but yikes, I don’t think I’ll work with grip tape anytime soon! It’s tough stuff, very hard to cut, and my knuckles are still crackling and my arms are still a little sore. Ahh, what we do for our art!
”8th annual Skate Deck Art Show
December 3rd at dooGallery
Come see this piece by Ashley Norfleet and 30 more artists pieces.
Proceeds to be given to charity.
4pm-6pm All Ages, 9pm -2am Over 21
$10 Door Donation, Free Refreshments, Raffle prizes, Bands & DJs
Bring this flyer to the show for a FREE raffle ticket.