Look how amazing it is! The japanese skater and artist, Harvest Haroshi. Self-taught sculpture artist Haroshi uses the discarded leftovers of broken skateboards to create striking wooden creations.
The 35-year-old Tokyo resident, who prefers to not use his full name, began skating at age 15 in Kanagawa, amassing a growing stack of broken decks and parts. Ten years later, his collection overflowing, a friend suggested he find a way to do something with them. Cutting into one of the decks with a saw, he noticed an interesting pattern of stripes from its laminated layers of wood, and got to work on his first creation, a wooden bangle-style bracelet.
Nowadays his arts are exposed at LeVine Jonathan Gallery in New york.
Take a look at these stunning wooden sculptures!!