Braille Skateboarding

Limited Edition Numbered Graffiti Box

Welcome to the next Braille "Mystery" Box: Graffiti Edition!

100 boxes available.

The sooner you order, the lower numbered deck you will receive (1-100).

Because there are so many easter eggs in this deck, it felt appropriate to tell this gem of a joke: 

Why would you get married on Easter? 

Because you want to live hoppily ever after. 

You're welcome. 

 

Each box includes:

- Graffiti Deck  

- Sticker Pack 

- Zip Hooded Sweatshirt 

- Graffiti Shirt

- Pamphlet

- Exclusive Collector's Pin

  • Ultra Rare - Yellow 
  • Rare - Green 
  • Uncommon - Blue  
  • Common - Red  

This box is the result of a graphic design contest we did earlier this year. We want to take this opportunity to congratulate the winner of the graffiti art contest, Jesse aka BAESD.

Shout out to the top 3 contestants. 

- 1st place winner - Jesse Ornelas aka BAESD from California

- 2nd place winner - Jack Hockey from Perth, Western Australia (designer of the shirt and sweatshirt graphic) 

- 3rd place winner - Erick Naranjo Jimenez from Costa Rica


 

Here’s what BAESD had to say about his deck graphic:

My design is inspired by anime and the video game Jet Set Radio on the OG Xbox! I really wanted to capture a lot of the easter eggs from the Braille channel so it gives off a Where's Waldo vibe while you try to find everything. I started with a 3d model I designed in Blender, then I finished my work in Procreate. My whole process will be posted to my YouTube. 

 

Here's what Jack Hockey had to say about his apparel graphic:

The unorthodox approach to the graffiti design prompt I took when creating my submission was intended so that my art would stand out from the other hundreds of submissions. I went for something more modern than traditional graffiti, looking at it from a business standpoint and thinking about the cost of production and marketability. I decided to keep the design minimal with few colours so that multiple aspects could be interchangeable and printed at a low cost. The design itself portrays Aaron tagging the braille logo onto a wall.

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