BROKEN DECKS - SKULLS
I recycled snapped skateboard decks, carving them into the shape of skulls, then placed them to be reclaimed by the same skaters who likely busted them up in the first place.

Solution

I always wanted to use broken decks for something, because they are very

good pieces of wood and it�s very meaningful for those who skate. I

think that broken decks have an art concept; they�re not trash. Skateboarding involves some risks and dangers, bruises, broken bones

and even death. One of the reasons for the relationship

between skulls and skateboarding is, I believe, precisely this: to

demonstrate the lack of fear about the risks we are being exposed to,

demonstrated in practice with the feet on the skateboard
And there is a paradox in bringing something that was disposable back to life in a skull shape.
One of the things that I liked most in the project is that it didn�t

cost a penny, it had no relation to money. The skulls were thrown in the

streets, near skate parks, for whoever finds and wants to have them. I gave the skulls to a friend, who has a skateboard store, the same friend who gave the used decks to me.
They have a sticker, informing you that you�ve won a T-shirt if you take

the skull to the store, which spreads word about the store. And

obviously, you won the skull as well.