Hello: Limited Edition Skateboard Released


Folks, as I promised, here it is! The limited edition Buddy Carr skateboard is now available for purchase. I had an amazing time working on this with Buddy and we plan on releasing more special goodies in the near future.

Here are the details:

Limited Edition of 100.
7 Ply Maple Veneer Deck with Concave and Single Kick.
Bennett Vector Trucks 4.3 Model.
62mm 78 Durometer Urethane Wheels.
Sealed Dual Shield Precision Steel Ball Bearings.
Custom Laser Cut Griptape with Logo.
Each Hello Skateboard is Hand Assembled in Southern California.

$160 + Shipping.

Head over to the site for more details and images and to place your order. Hurry though because there aren’t many available! Enjoy and let me know what you think.        

9 Comments on "Hello: Limited Edition Skateboard Released"

  • Stijn says

    really nice design!

    What’s the lenght of the deck?
    Is it much longer than a regular one?

  • Love it, Antonio! Great work. The wheel design is particularly tasty, and I hope you sell out in record time.

  • Amazing! Two of my favorite things in this world. Design and skateboarding.

    Great work!


  • Cristina says

    i think i fell in love with a skateboard!

  • Rob says

    Congrats Antonio! It’s really gorgeous, you should be proud.
    Good photos, too.

  • dude. how long ago was this released?

    i say this because it’s remarkably similar to my portfolio site.


  • James, it was released at the time of this post but the project has been in the works for a while. I personally don’t see any similarities other than the hellos in different languages. But this isn’t the first time it’s been done.

  • Gareth says


    I have to agree with Antonio on the lack of similarity here.

    It’s also just a bit cheeky to suggest that someone has ripped you off when…wait a minute…isn’t that DJ Kicks’ Erlend Oye album playing on your site? Totally legit and licensed no doubt…

  • Thanks for the input and feedback fellas. I suppose you’re right about my behavior being slightly presumptuous.

    on the note about DJ Kicks album playing on my site, I was under the impression that playing music without claiming a profit was legitimate? Correct me if I’m wrong.