Edward Hopper - Early Sunday Morning artwork
Early Sunday Morning - Edward Hopper - Skate Artwork
Edward Hopper - verso skate deck

Open Edition

Early Sunday Morning,
Edward HOPPER

Early Sunday Morning (1930) is one of Edward Hopper’s most iconic paintings. Although he described this work as “almost a literal translation of Seventh Avenue,” Hopper reduced the New York City street to bare essentials. The lettering in the window signs is illegible, architectural ornament is loosely sketched, and human presence is merely suggested by the various curtains differentiating discrete apartments. The long, early morning shadows in the painting would never appear on a north-south street such as Seventh Avenue. Yet these very contrasts of light and shadow, and the succession of verticals and horizontals, create the charged, almost theatrical, atmosphere of empty buildings on an unpopulated street at the beginning of the day.

Early Sunday Morning is rendered by THE SKATEROOM as part of an open edition skateboard collection, officially licensed with Artist Rights Society (ARS) and the Whitney Museum of American Art. 10% of all revenue from this collection goes towards funding the incredible Cuba Skate and their recycled-plastic skatepark project.

© 2022 Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper/Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

$300

$300

Early Sunday Morning (1930) is one of Edward Hopper’s most iconic paintings. Although he described this work as “almost a literal translation of Seventh Avenue,” Hopper reduced the New York City street to bare essentials. The lettering in the window signs is illegible, architectural ornament is loosely sketched, and human presence is merely suggested by the various curtains differentiating discrete apartments. The long, early morning shadows in the painting would never appear on a north-south street such as Seventh Avenue. Yet these very contrasts of light and shadow, and the succession of verticals and horizontals, create the charged, almost theatrical, atmosphere of empty buildings on an unpopulated street at the beginning of the day.

Early Sunday Morning is rendered by THE SKATEROOM as part of an open edition skateboard collection, officially licensed with Artist Rights Society (ARS) and the Whitney Museum of American Art. 10% of all revenue from this collection goes towards funding the incredible Cuba Skate and their recycled-plastic skatepark project.

© 2022 Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper/Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Whitney Museum of American Art
Open Edition
Produced by THE SKATEROOM in 2022
Certificate of Authenticity signed by THE SKATEROOM

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Skateboard deck measures approx. 31x8in (80x20cm)

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Made of 7 ply Grade A Canadian Maple wood
Top-print includes printed signature of the artist
1 easy fix wall mount included per deck

Each skate deck measures approximately 31X8IN (80X20CM)

Supported Social Project

The world’s first recycled plastic skatepark

Project by Cuba Skate

Havana, Cuba

Cuba Skate

Buying guide

“Printed Signature on the deck” refers to the printed signature of the artist included on the top-print. Most decks feature this printed signature, though some specified editions can also feature a hand signed artist signature.

We make a commitment to the social projects we fund: at least 10% of our revenue goes directly to them. Working with our partners, we help empower at-risk youth, build new skateparks and develop education facilities & resource programs. Since 2014, we have generated over $1,000,000 to support social projects around the world.

In 2019, we became a Certified B Corporation. THE SKATEROOM is also CO2 neutral, chooses to source its skateboard wood from certified sustainable forests, and uses water-based ink for its prints.

These editions of artwork are intended for decorative purposes. While you could definitely skate on them if you wanted to, we provide you with one wall mount per deck to hang them on your wall, just like a painting.

We provide you with everything you need to hang your boards up. With your edition purchase you will receive the EasyFix wall mounts. It’s really easy to set up and you can find all the instructions right here. You can always upgrade to the premium SnapDisplay wall mounts.

Our team is also always ready to help if you have any additional questions.

Direct exposure to sunlight might result in discoloration and damage to your editions. To avoid this, we strongly suggest hanging your art-decks away from direct natural light.

You have up to 14 days after receiving your order to request a return. The 14-day return policy is applicable on all products except limited hand-signed editions. We will provide you with a return label to send us back the purchased edition in the same condition as when received, with the original packaging and documentation.

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