Skateable Sculptures at the Dew Tour

Skateable Sculptures at the Dew Tour

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Skateable Sculptures at the Dew Tour

Jordan Maxham (left) and Chris Colbourn (right); Dew Tour; Long Beach, California; June 15-18, 2017; Photo: Tyler Tate/T Squared Action Sports

Featured at the Dew Tour for the first time, this public skateable art sculpture garden was created as a collaborative project designed by Mountain Dew athletes Chris Colbourn and Jordan Maxham along with LA-based artist Steven Harrington and built by CA Ramp Works.

Harrington, known for his contemporary psychedelic-pop art, brought the splash of color to the Dew Tour experience.

Following the Dew Tour weekend, several features of the Skateable Sculpture Garden will be donated to the Silverado Skatepark, a local skatepark in the Long Beach area that is in dire need of an obstacle upgrade.

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