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This product can also be applied to rollerskates - but essentially, a series of paint wells are positioned at the back of a skateboard. The wells funnel out onto the surface of the rear wheels (optional flip down extra wheels for a cleaner colour change) leaving a strip of paint for as long as the well
is activated to release colour. The wheels would have a special absorbent spongy surface to absorb and apply paint correctly, and with a bit of practice, skaters can graffiti the surface of everything their skateboard wheels touch.
To ensure a complete skateboard graffiti piece is not ruined by subsequent skaters, half-dry paint can be used in the wells.
Half Dry Paint
daft [benfrost, Dec 13 2001]
Mount this under a skateboard? [jutta, Dec 16 2001]
||nice yellow and red colours - drive traffic wardens barmy - love it! croissant
||I had images of snow boarding on paint. Or something similar. Did anyone see 'Carpet Skating' or 'Iceblock Skating' on Jackass?
||Where can I buy one of those graffiti writers? And how much do they cost?
||wow! graffiti writer is the greatest - the van writer thing too. ace link jutta.