At Skatebruh, we take pride in offering high quality skateboards at an affordable price. As we manufacture our own line of skateboards, our team is able to cut out the middle man and sell our boards directly to you. This allows us to have a tight quality control over our products while offering competitive prices. Our experience from manufacturing skateboards enables us to conduct strict quality checks on the brands we work with, making sure that each board sold meets the standards of our team.
Our goal is to make skateboarding affordable. In our car-lite city, there are endless possibilities for boarding to be adopted as a form of fun and practical transport. We hope that by lowering prices to increase accessibility to skateboarding, more can join in on the fun.
The first skateboards were wooden boxes with wheels attached to the bottom for fun. They were cheap thrills. And so, when we pursue more fun for less cost at SkateBruh, we believe we're paying tribute to the essence of skateboarding.
Artists we work with
For our Chinatown
and Clarke Quay
cruisers we've collaborated with Brigette, an aspiring local artist, to bring you iconic scenes with a twist.
Hauntingly forlorn and devoid of people, her illustrations urge viewers to consider what gives meaning to places in the first place. The striking and contrasting colours cast familiar locations in a new light, highlighting the beauty of everyday places in Singapore that we sometimes overlook or take for granted. Eliot says, "We have had the experience, but missed the meaning.", and art allows us to summon back those moments and inhabit them again, more fully and imaginatively this time.
The Capitol Theatre Skateboard
was a project that we worked on during the circuit breaker that was implemented in Singapore in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The sudden closing of all borders offered us a temporary experience of a world without globalisation. When the streets of Singapore were desolate during that period, our multiracial built environment offered a poignant reminder of our migrant origins and the cultural melting pot that we exist in. On one lonely evening we went on a car ride to photograph empty scenes of Singapore, and chanced upon an absolutely deserted Capitol Theatre, with its neon lights buzzing charmingly amidst the silence. We've worked with @lens.in.black to capture Singapore with a cyberpunk twist
For our Skatebruh X Tobyato Scrambler
, we've worked with Toby. The design of the board was inspired by old gold and white porcelain which were once described as "white gold" and highly sought after. The tiger motif imprinted in gold foil represents Tobyato's love for mythical creatures and animals that are a running theme in his body of work.
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