JR '28 Millimetres' Skateboard Deck
JR '28 Millimetres' Skateboard Deck
JR '28 Millimetres' Skateboard Deck
JR '28 Millimetres' Skateboard Deck
JR '28 Millimetres' Skateboard Deck

JR '28 Millimetres' Skateboard Deck

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'28 Millimètres, Women Are Heroes...' by JR, 2019
Limited Edition Skateboard deck collab. with The Skateroom.
Based on the artist's original installation in Kenya, 2009.
8 x 31 Inches
Screen print on 7-ply, Grade A Canadian Maple hardwood skate deck.
Limited Edition of 500 (#54/500)
Hand-numbered with artist's logo on top.
Includes original The Skateroom COA.
Also includes custom wool carrying case.
Comes shrink wrapped with deck hanger.


‘Women Are Heroes’ is a project launched by JR to tell the stories of those who are often the first to be harmed in situations of conflict: Women. By revealing the unspoken grief of these unsung heroes, JR explores the commonalities that exist in their gaze, and ultimately seeks to discover what unifies us all: Humanity. Despite the harshness they have endured, he exposes the light and hope that still exists within them.

When the project launched, JR promised to share their stories with the world – a promise he has since kept, and that we are grateful to continue through the release of these editions.


JR (born 22 February 1983) is the name of a photographer and artist whose identity is unconfirmed. He has described himself as a "photograffeur", he flyposts large black-and-white photographic images in public locations in a manner which is similar to the appropriation of the built environment by the graffiti artist. He states that the street is "the largest art gallery in the world." He started out on the streets of Paris. JR's work "often challenges widely held preconceptions and the reductive images propagated by advertising and the media."

JR's work combines art and action and deals with commitment, freedom, identity and limits. He has been introduced by Fabrice Bousteau as: "the one we already call the Cartier-Bresson of the 21st century". On 20 October 2010, JR won the TED Prize for 2011. "The TED Prize is awarded annually to an exceptional individual who receives $100,000 and, much more important, 'One Wish to Change the World.' Designed to leverage the TED community's exceptional array of talent and resources, the Prize leads to collaborative initiatives with far-reaching impact."