Pisma Skateboard Guitars

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Skateboards as construction material have become a hot commodity, with everything from sunglasses to furniture being built from our old decks. And while those have been impressive feats, nothing’s quite compared to the awesomeness of these Pisma Skateboard Guitars.

Turning junked boards into finely crafted musical instruments is something that would’ve never crossed our minds, but that’s because we aren’t Nick Pourfard. Fusing his love for skateboarding with his love for music, the 22-year old self-taught woodworker and industrial design student from San Francisco hand makes each and every board that comes out of the Prisma workshop. Every instrument takes anywhere from 4 to 44 skateboards to build, and due to the fact he is using recycled, broken skateboards, each guitar is truly unique. [Purchase]

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