Being huge bent plywood nerds, we're always on the lookout for the stuff - it's our eye candy. We're fascinated by our fellow bent ply tribe - who they are, why they make what they make, what inspires them, and their craft.
We recently came upon this video about skateboards made out of trash and were smitten. It all started when artist Mac Premo was contacted by the World Wildlife Fund to be a part of the "Everyday Things" collection which aims to "inspire people to live more sustainably." Mac partnered with Sanford Shapes to create a series of skateboards made from materials they could find while dumpster diving around construction sites.
These guys and their project are for sure going to inspire a Ciseal product or two down the road! Enjoy the video!