…A skatepark doesn’t have to be ugly?

Skateboarding Park

Proving that skate parks don’t just have to be a place where societal underdogs go to escape the man, muralist Maya Hayuk has created Roll Rampant and Free, a temporary painted skateboarding facility in Pittsburgh. The park features psychedelic imagery and illustrations that form tunnels and ramps, and may be the first art piece/sculpture actually designed to be thrashed with four-wheel mayhem. This would make a perfect alternative for cities too afraid of what skateboarding does the aesthetic beauty of their local businesses.

[Roll Rampant and Free]

[Via: Core 77 Design Blog]