Renowned NYC-based artist Matthew Barney recently donated a piece of his artwork to benefit the Ride It Sculpture Skate Park, located along the East Davison Freeway in Detroit. Barney's piece, part of his "Drawing Restraint" series, is a skateboard that doubles as a drawing tool with a large piece of graphite attached to it's nose. Last Fall, Juxtapoz magazine along with Detroit-based non-profit organization, Power House Productions, and Barney brought skateboard legend Lance Mountain to take the board for a spin at the Detroit skate park. Check out the short documentary detailing the process behind the project, in two parts, below:

 

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[via Juxtapoz]

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