Few brands are as dedicated to quality craftsmanship as Globe. But the skate brand’s latest collaboration celebrates the craft and accomplishments of Charles and Ray Eames.
Globe and Eames Office partnered to create a quartet of decks featuring motifs inspired by the Eames’ legendary work, from the Plywood Sculpture to the Solar-Do-Nothing Machine. Each deck is finished with laser-etched details and a story regarding the origins of each design, some of the most significant of the 20th century.
Created from sustainably harvested wood, Globe was careful to respect the timber’s natural beauty by maintaining its natural color and grain. Each skateboard is constructed using Canadian maple and walnut veneer wood, then screen-printed on both sides. These boards are certain to bring a nostalgic, mid-century modern kick to any living room, but they are also prime examples of Globe’s commitment to creating pieces that are not just aesthetically pleasing, but functional.
The decks are available for order now — with a $125 USD price tag for each deck.