Skateboarding and art have gone hand in hand since the apple fell from the tree and the wood was cut, so it was a pleasure to see that local Meanwhile ripper #CODEFC has been keeping busy outside of sessions at the local hole this month. His latest art show at the Curious Duke gallery on Whitecross Street was shown for a week featuring stencil art with Olympic themes and landscapes, the Olympians faces replaced with cameras in the way only #CODEFC knows best.
Enjoy this little montage from what went down and keep your eyes peeled for his trademark art on your travels.
A brand new fun-sized bowl has been built in Bishops Park in West London. The bowl looks small, whippy and could well be fun to skate but we have no idea who built it as we write this. Allegedly, the bowl has been sat there since November doing nothing but word is that it will be open to skate this Spring when the rest of the park that has been restored this winter is re-open to the public.
Bishops Park is situated in Putney/Fulham borders on the north side of Putney Bridge, just off the Fulham Palace Rd. Horror film lovers may remember that All Saints Church near to this park featured in the first ‘Omen’ film. Get in’spire’ed.