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Roses Skateboard Deck
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"Roses" Immaculate Heart of Mary by Lux Mundi. A NEW custom design created for Motherboards by Lux Mundi of France. For more information on Lux Mundi or to shop any of their amazing artwork, click here: https://lux-mundi.fr
DECK ART ICONOGRAPHY - IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY
The great refuge for all sinners: The Immaculate Heart of Mary is symbolic of her maternal love for all her children. Surrounded by a circle of roses representing her purity, sanctity and sinlessness, her heart burns with flames of love for Jesus and all humanity. The sword piercing the side of her heart represents the seven great sorrows she suffered as the Mother of Jesus.
All Motherboard skateboards are made from 100% American/Canadian Maple (wood species—Acer Saccharum) and are cold-pressed to ensure the wood is not subjected to high temperatures that can degrade wood fibers. The uncut decks are then allowed to cure for seven days before finishing. Each deck is made with skateboard specific glue made by Franklin. Our standard deck size is a steep 8.25, 31.5" in length.
The artwork on the board undersides are custom illustrations made exclusively for Motherboards. They are designed specifically for imprinting on our board products. You will not find these illustrations anywhere else, they are truly unique copyrighted designs.*
DIGITAL PRINTED TRANSFER:
The highest level of detail is achieved using the DPT process. Specialized coatings are used to bind the ink DIRECTLY to the skateboard deck. Our deck designs are bright, vibrant and iconic. It's a big uplift from most of the deck art out there.
Special thanks toBr. Gabriel M. Cortés of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate (aka "The Skating Friar"), whose advice and recommendations resulted in the build-out of our Motherboard's premium completes.
Motherboards, LLC is placed under the protection of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.