The older you get, the harder it is to get back on the board, especially when you forget that finger flip skills were just something you told sorority girls you had to get laid. Maintain your questionable relationship with riding, with furniture from J Ryde Visuals.
From a West Coast tinkerer who's looking to artfully repurpose the skate you threw away
after nutting the San Dieguito ten-stair rail, JRV takes used and abused decks/ snowboards/ road signs and turns them into board-rat-chic furniture that acts as “a playful storyboard of human activity”, even as you lay inactive on it, waiting for Chrissy Russo to tell you if it's going to rain. Because, unlike knives & midgets, boards are far less dangerous if you sit on them, he's worked up a low-to-the-ground lounger using colorful, slide-smoothed skate decks for the armrests and slats, and, for the more frigid crowd, a brushed aluminum c-channel framed chair with its seat/ back/ arms made from two Burton snowboards. For “urban furniture” that's even more urban, you can also pick up a variety of 2' tall, 10”x10” topped end tables made out of reflective metal street signposts, tagged-up snowboards, and wooden signs, also an M. Night film in which instead of aliens, people just keep thinking they see the former UCLA basketball coach.
The dude also makes outlandish (think double-decker), bi-pedaled “freak bikes”, and no, they bear very little resemblance to what you used to call your Trek Mongoose after nearly dry humping with Alexis from Tri Delt on it.