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Eames Silhouette Deck - Solar Do Nothing

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Specialty Walnut veneer decks featuring iconic art extending the legacy of Charles and Ray Eames. The Eames Silhouette 7.75 in Solar Do Nothing features Full concave and is constructed from Walnut + Resin-7 Canadian maple. The top of this 7.75” walnut and Canadian maple deck features the story behind the Eames "Solar Do-Nothing-Machine", designed by Charles Eames, 1957. These decks are individually boxed, and include wall hangers for easy mounting.

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Key Features

  • Matte Deck Finish

    Matte finish off-white screen printed ink with Walnut wood veneer exposed through representative silhouettes of the Eames Solar Do Nothing Machine. Laser-etch Globe + Eames Office logos with details below rear truck holes.

  • Story-Driven Art

    In 1957, Charles and Ray were invited to design a toy for a national aluminum forecast program. Using the lightweight, reflective properties of aluminum they created a kinetic sculpture made from numerous pedestals, pulleys, belts, and geometric shapes. In an experimental use of early photovoltaic cells, the solar machine was powered by small electric motors and could be positioned anywhere outdoors. Although the Eameses called it “Solar Do-Nothing”, it turned out to be a fascinating art installation that “produced” an awareness of the use of renewable energy.

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    Laser-Etched Details

    The top of this 8.0” Walnut and Canadian maple deck features the story behind the Eames “Molded Plywood Sculpture

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More than 100,000 trees planted 

As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of premium skateboards, we use a significant amount of wood in our production. In order to off-set the timber we use to construct our skateboards, our goal is to engage in forestry efforts that replace far more than we consume.