A truth as old as time - nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like skateboard art editions. They’re rare, premium, aesthetically exquisite and varied enough to match even the most particular of tastes.
Whether it’s romantic love, self love, friend love or family love – if you’re still looking for that perfect present to show your affection, here’s our TSR Valentine’s Gift Guide to the rescue!
To ease the mind of last-minute shoppers even further, we made sure that all orders placed today will be delivered just in time for the 14th of February. Because who are we to stand in the way of true love?
Editions your valentine will fall in love with:
For the design enthusiast:
LOVE - Robert INDIANA
Who needs a Valentine’s Day card when you can choose the LOVE triptych? This timeless artwork encompasses love in its fullest spectrum, dazzling with masterful design and a classic color palette.
For the floral connaisseur:
FLOWERS GREY/RED - Andy WARHOL
A stunning bouquet which will last forever. Give the gift of flowers created by the contemporary master himself. Available in three colorways for every style and taste.
For the cultural savant:
UNTITLED (HEART) - Keith HARING
This solo edition is an ode to the power of love from one of the world’s most legendary artists. Captured in a minimalist, red-and-white aesthetic, the artwork is a sure-fire way to make a heart grow fonder.
For the philosophical thinker:
PINK PANTHER SKATEBOARD - Jeff KOONS
At first glance this pink, pop-culture inspired artwork is a nod to sensuality and desire. When we dive deeper however, we find the hidden philosophical meanings which reside underneath.
For the tech-savvy aesthete:
HOME SWEET HOME: ROSE POOL SKATEBOARD - MAK2
For some classic Valentine’s iconography, go with this rose-filled triptych from MAK2. Fun fact – the pastel, fantasy-like setting has been created using The Sims.
For the stylish collector:
REMEMBER TO FALL - CB HOYO, EVGEN ČOPI GORISEK AND PASCAL MÖHLMANN
If a grand gesture is what you’re after, choose this original artwork from the cutting-edge artist trio. The triptych muses on the theme of ‘falling’ and calls on us to ‘Remember to Fall’. In that case, why not fall in love?