Full 'Try Again' triptych artwork, encouraging resilience and perseverance in skateboard art.
Detail of the 'Try Again' triptych composition showcasing the blend of artistic styles and themes.
focus of bottom 'Try Again' triptych artwork, encouraging resilience and perseverance in skateboard art.
Close-up of oil painting from MÖHLMANN's falling figures, inspired by 'The Fall of The Damned' by Pierre Paul Rubens.
Close-up of CB HOYO's hand-painted quotes, exploring the concept of 'falling' from various perspectives.
Close-up of GORISEK's oil-painted portraits with signature-style smiles in the 'Try Again' triptych.

Original Artwork

Try Again,
CB HOYO, Evgen Čopi GORISEK and Pascal MÖHLMANN

CB HOYO, Evgen Čopi GORISEK and Pascal MÖHLMANN (of Plan X Gallery) have joined forces for a special collection with THE SKATEROOM. Each artist has designed and painted 1/3rd of five different triptychs, dedicating their unique styles to exploring the theme of “falling” and translating it into a limited collection of skateboard art editions. 

The “Try Again” triptych encourages resilience and perseverance. After all, it’s important to pick oneself up and try again, even when it’s difficult. This mentality can be attributed to all walks of life, especially skateboarding.

A third of the triptych showcases GORISEK’s oil-painted portraits, with the artist’s signature-style smiles in lieu of a human face. For his skateboard art editions, MÖHLMANN chose to zoom in on distraught figures captured in the midst of a fall, inspired by a baroque painting The Fall of The Damned by Pierre Paul Rubens. Meanwhile, CB HOYO examines the fall from a physical, emotional and metaphorical standpoint through a series of his distinctive hand-painted quotes.

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CB HOYO, Evgen Čopi GORISEK and Pascal MÖHLMANN (of Plan X Gallery) have joined forces for a special collection with THE SKATEROOM. Each artist has designed and painted 1/3rd of five different triptychs, dedicating their unique styles to exploring the theme of “falling” and translating it into a limited collection of skateboard art editions. 

The “Try Again” triptych encourages resilience and perseverance. After all, it’s important to pick oneself up and try again, even when it’s difficult. This mentality can be attributed to all walks of life, especially skateboarding.

A third of the triptych showcases GORISEK’s oil-painted portraits, with the artist’s signature-style smiles in lieu of a human face. For his skateboard art editions, MÖHLMANN chose to zoom in on distraught figures captured in the midst of a fall, inspired by a baroque painting The Fall of The Damned by Pierre Paul Rubens. Meanwhile, CB HOYO examines the fall from a physical, emotional and metaphorical standpoint through a series of his distinctive hand-painted quotes.

Original Artwork - Oil Painting
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Produced in collaboration with THE SKATEROOM in 2023.
Certificate of Authenticity hand-signed by Artists
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Skate deck measures approx. 31x8in (80x20cm)
Made of 7 ply Grade A Canadian Maple wood
1 upgraded Snapdisplay wall mount included per deck

Each skate deck measures approximately 31X8IN (80X20CM)

Supported Social Project

Continuity of Learning Programme

Project by Concrete Jungle Foundation

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Two men repairing a skatepark for the concrete jungle foundation

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Buying guide

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.

There are two different wall mount systems: EasyFix wall-mount or SnapDisplay premium wall mounts.

Of course, every single skateboard in the world is produced with 8 holes – this is standard! Since we keep it real, this also applies to your art edition. Every single edition displayed on our website clearly illustrates these holes as well.

 

As a gentle reminder, these holes are also necessary for you to be able to hang your editions on the wall – either 2 holes for vertical editions, or 4 holes for horizontal artworks. Without them, this would simply not be possible.

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