Lev Tanju, the driving force between London skateboard company Palace, has created a unique set of decks inspired by art on show at Tate BritaintabsAboutHe talks us through the design process and we follow him and his team of skateboarders out on a test run. The video mixes digital and VHS footage, and a soundtrack by Rustie and Oneohtrix Point Never on Warp records and LuckyMe. Tags:InterviewLondonMeet 500 years of British ArtAestheticsBehind the scenesBritishnessCinema and filmCompositionCultural awarenessDesignGalleryGraphic artLooking at artMaterials and processesMultimediaOil paintPaintingSculptureTate collectionUrbanVideo artVisual cultureTate Britain Comments Show newest comments first This is gross and shameful. Nike next? Gross and shameful? Stop being such a snob. It may not be the fine art painting you were looking for but working with a British skater owned and run company to produce some interesting boards is not shameful in the slightest. And don't try compare a small independently run company like Palace to a multibillion dollar company like Nike..