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World’s first gender-fluid family skateboards launch today marking skateboarding’s Olympic debut.

With skateboarding set to make its Olympic debut this Friday, Clown Skateboards launches the world’s first gender-fluid family skateboards.

The next collaborator of Clown’s GUEST ART PROJECT is British artist Adam Neate, an old friend of Clown and a self-taught artist. His latest project is The Family, a three-board series that celebrates gender fluidity in today’s family structure and proclaims that love and support are more important than gender. The set includes two adult boards and one child board, and only 35 exclusive sets available worldwide, each hand-signed by Neate. 

The most complex hand-printed series in Clown’s history, The Family set includes two adult boards and one child board. The beautifully made boards are highly collectable, with only 35 exclusive sets available worldwide, each hand-signed by Neate. The boards are co-produced with the Far Skate Foundation and 30% of all sales will also be reinvested into Clown’s CIC, which supports skate communities around the UK.

With skateboarding making its Olympic debut this week, a skateboarding exhibition just opened at Somerset House and Juergen Teller announcing a new collection with skate label Palace, this is a big moment for skateboarding.

Adam Neate’s ‘The Family’ boards go on sale today Tuesday 20th July 2021 for £725 + VAT via the Guest Art Project Gateway. The third artist partnership for the Guest Art Project will be revealed later in 2021. 

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