Some things just go together, like boobs and skateboarding (and apparently kittens, but that’s another story). Much like Doodah’s Ingenious “Supermodel Deck Project” from last year, for some reason skateboarders seem to appreciate the female form. Or maybe skateboarding is just funner naked, who knows. The point is that Boom-Art — a gallery dedicated to all things board-oriented — is now taking 3 pin-up girls illustrated by famed French painter/sculptor Alain Aslan and is transforming them into a line of limited edition skateboards. Originally 1970s pin-ups painted for Lui magazine, the nude forms of Brigitte, Kate and Martine will now be enjoyed by a new generation of boobie skateboarding aficionados. But I’m not sure you’ll want to be doing rail slides on these beautifully illustrated (and somewhat NSFW) boards, they’d make better wall art than skatepark fodder…

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6 Responses to “1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards: Because Boobs & Skateboarding Just Makes Sense”

  1. […] so enamored by a particular pristine graphic (such as Doodah’s Supermodel Deck Project, 1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards or even the recent Creeps Series) that the mere idea of scuffing their beautiful form seems […]

  2. […] covered previous other racy Boom-Art collections such as the 1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards, but none have been as sexually charged (or controversial) as their latest collaboration: the […]

  3. […] artistic canvas. Boom-Art for one has created cheekily lascivious takes on the medium with their 1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards and Disney Orgy Skate Decks, while others have gone more restrained like FTC x intheyellow’s […]

  4. […] disparate universes, adding not a small amount of kitsch sexiness to the medium with their their 1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards and Disney Orgy Skate Decks. For their latest amazing design, Boom-Art have decided to go high brow […]

  5. […] already known for putting beautiful ladies on skateboard decks. From 1970s Pin-Up Girls and Snow White Gangbangs to Gardens Of Earthly Delights, Boom-Art has this time moved onto a […]

  6. […] über Onlineshops, die sich in der Wahl sexistischer Motive bei der Gestaltung ihrer Boards gegenseitig übertrumpfen (“weil Brüste und Skateboarding einfach Sinn machen”) […]

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