Life Rolls On Foundation

Corporate Offices Culver City

I was contacted by my friend Larry Dubey. He had told me that LRO had moved into new offices and had need of my skills. It was a no brainer to help LRO, an organization that does so much for so many. 

I knew that by contributing my time, doing tile work, art installations & putting up some schedule boards I was doing my part to provide a richer environment for the people at LRO

For those of you that might not know the what the good people of LRO provide please visit their site and their events

 
 

All tiles used in the installations below were donated by Rich Moorhead owner of Art of Board. You really need to check out his website.

Rich makes his tiles out of recycled skateboard decks. He has even started a recycling movement through his I ride I recycle program.

here's a bit of information about the program I cut and pasted from his website . rich, hope you don't mind.

I ride I recycle mission.

To keep broken skateboards out of landfills and appreciate them as the works of art that they are – to transcend a rider’s environmental footprint, enhance social consciousness and achieve high design. We give ownership to every skateboard manufacturer, shop owner and individual rider by providing real solutions to an industry known for its positive culture to create meaningful impact through charitable causes. 

Charities I ride I recycle (and ultimately, you) proudly support.

Liffe Rolls On (Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation), The Tony Hawk Foundation (Supporting Youth and Public Skateparks), Tony Hawk SHRED Stand Up for Skateparks, Johnny Romano Skate Jam for Make-A-Wish Foundation,

Grind for Life Organization, Helping People with Cancer ,Reid Menzer Memorial Skatepark in York, PA

 

 

 

 

   
 
conference room hanging surfboards
   
 
reception area
   
buisness card holders supplied by Vans shoes
   
 
column left side  
   
 
column center and me
   
 
column right side
   
 
circle details
   
 
cristopher reeve , a super man
   
 
check that deck that wraps around the corner
 
 

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