'Samatva Mandala' designed by fortyonehundred and laser etched onto a macrocarpa art board crafted in-house at The Paper Rain Project. Read more about the artist, Lizzie Snow (also known as fortyonehundred), HERE.
Dimensions: 190 x 760mm
- This macrocarpa blonde beauty is our take on the retro skateboard shape but is designed specifically for wall hanging only.
- Each board comes complete with a wall-hanging fitting.
- Please note that each board is crafted from a unique piece of sustainable timber. Wood grain and colouring may differ from the board shown here.
- For each board sold a native tree is planted, helping to restore and maintain New Zealand's environment.
- Art board only, see our Boards for Riding HERE.
Feel free to contact us if you would like more information.
Crafted from sustainably and locally grown Macrocarpa, this board was designed and made by The Paper Rain Project in Marlborough, New Zealand.
This board is a wall-hanging artwork and comes equipped with a fitting suitable for a standard picture hook or nail.
For each sustainably-grown tree felled, an average of 200 native trees are planted in it’s place. Thank you for helping to regenerate native forests in New Zealand.
|Standard (NZD)||Free Over (NZD)|
|Rest of the World*||$30||$600|
* Includes most of North America, Europe, UK, Asia and the South Pacific. Orders will be refunded if we are unable to ship to your location.
More details about shipping can be found HERE.
Based in Tofino, BC, Canada, the artist fortyonehundred, aka Lizzie Snow, has perfected the art of intricate ink work. Her artwork is inspired by nature - specifically fractals. Fractal patterns are found within in our lungs, brains, leaves, snowflakes and thousands of places in the natural World. The mandala shape we have become so familiar with is a circular, intricate orb of organized chaos - or - fractal patterning.
We first found Lizzie online and were captured by her fascinating use of clean line and shape which entertainment the eyes for hours. Her work encourages people to engage with reality and a sense of ‘now’ - something we all need!