Skateboard company Devil Street Decks launch this June

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Devil Street Decks to kick-off the launch of their online company http://www.devilstreetdecks.com on Friday, June 4th 2010 with a month-long exhibition of Devil Street Decks skateboard art at Portland, Maine live music venue Empire Dine & Dance.

Devil Street Decks launch online this June at http://www.devilstreetdecks.com offering hand-painted, original artwork skateboard decks and rideable, manufactured boards featuring their most popular designs.

All Devil Street boards are 7-ply Canadian maple and 'street'-sized at 7.5" by 31.5" with a medium concave. Their manufactured boards are printed in the USA and perfect for riding, while their hand-painted original artwork boards are one-of-a-kind art pieces and produced by their expanding stable of skateboard artists hailing from the the United States, Australia, and Europe.

In conjunction with Portland, Maine's monthly First Friday art walk Devil Street are holding their official launch at Portland live music venue the Empire Dine & Dance (575 Congress Street, Portland, ME) on Friday, June 4th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Their skateboard art will be exhibited at Empire for entire month of June.

Skate art by Portland’s Evan Kanarakis as well as fellow Devil Street artists James Fox (Boston, MA), Wayne Moldez (Sydney, Australia) and Romal Almazo (from London, England) will be exhibited on the walls of the Empire and available for purchase during the entire month of June.

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