Posts Tagged ‘skateparks’
This is a detailed aerial video of the Spring Skatepark in Houston, Texas which opened on August 14, 2014. It’s the largest public skatepark in the United States, the second largest in the world, and was constructed by Grindline Skateparks.
Tired of your concrete & metal skatepark? Here is a real interesting wood skatepark located in a forest. Secret or private skatepark? Just share the love if you have more infos ;) Thanks Toma.
Otro, a skateable sculpture at Vassiviere Island (France).
Otro is a daring skateable artwork, composed of different bowls, a cradle and a tunnel.
Koo Jeong A invites novices and experts to share the physical and sensorial experience of her work by “skating the landscape”.
The concept of OTRO, its ovoid shape, the use of green phosphorescent paint, its progressive discovery, and its integration in the island meadow make this artwork become an infinite land of investigation, that reflects all details like the light, its link with the site, the atmospheres, the dream and the fantastical.
OTRO is an artwork made of bumps: the cradle and hollows, bowls and a tunnel.
This work of Koo Jeong A refers to both definitions of sculpture and representation: hollows and bumps, shadows and lights, soft or accentuated reliefs.
How would you like to have your own personal skatepark in your backyard? Now you can!
We are selling our private skatepark. It was started only 2 years ago and progressively has grown since.
It is approximately 32 feet wide by 84 feet long.
It includes everything in the pictures and features a roll in, 5 quarter pipes, launch box, rainbow ledge, 2 flat ledges, sub box on top of quarter pipe, a down ledge, hand rail, and many other obstacles.
We are asking $9,900 for entire skatepark or willing to consider the best reasonable offer. I am willing to work with the buyer on disassembly into movable sections at additional cost and if needed, we can help arrange moving and reassembly on buyers property.
Local Pick up Only, will need several trips. Located in Northeastern Pennsylvania.