On Friday 3 December Verb had it’s second exhibition of limited edition artist series skateboards and serigraphs in Australia. This time it was at the well-known China Heights Gallery in Sydney. The exhibition also featured skate art from locals Luke Brown, Andy Murphy, Rome Torti, Nate Gamble, Jack Tarlinton, Beastman, Marcello Guardigli, E.L.K and Steve Gourlay. The exhibition was a great display of skateboarding-inspired creativity in it’s many shapes and sizes.
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