Mass Effect Tali Zorah Skate Deck
- Material: 7-8 ply maple plywood deck
8 in (20.32 cm) wide
31.75 in (80.64 cm) long
2.25–2.4 in (5.71–6.1 cm) tall including kick on the nose and tail
- Extremely durable
- Colorful fade-proof printing
- Artist’s signature
TIME FOR A PILGRIMAGE TO THE RINK!
A mechanical genius and researcher extraordinaire, Tali Zorah is the kind of companion to have long intelligent conversations while trying to decipher Geth recordings. She is loyal and reliable—not one to crumble under pressure—just like this skate deck. Designed by our in-house artist, the colorful deck showcases Tali’s gorgeous purple environmental suit with its intricate swirls and patterns. Ans behind her, amidst the vibrant patterns, is the SSV Normandy. Stars and mesmerizing nebulas cover the background of this deck.
Insert the trucks, wheels, other hardware, and grip tape to transform this piece of art into your ultimate skateboard. The pilgrimage awaits you—just hop on.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Orlando Arocena ( Mexifunk) is an artist and graphic designer who works in traditional and digital mediums. After graduating from Pratt Institute in 1994, he drew his way through Europe, co-founded Uptown Arts, and discovered he had a knack for digital commercial communications. In addition to a 25-year track record of delivering creative solutions for some of the world's most recognizable brands he has established himself as a non-conventional vector illustrator who explores cultural iconography, pop culture, and speculative narratives.
His vector art has also been commissioned by Adobe to be the face of their Illustrator CC 2014. And he is the recipient of 5 Clio Entertainment Awards, for his collaboration with several Hollywood Movie Studios.
In addition to commercial endeavors, he has exhibited his artwork at Miami Art Basel, The New York Armory Show, The U.S Embassy in Prague, The Museum of Western and Eastern Art Odessa Ukraine, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, plus a multitude of official movie / pop-culture gallery events.
He is currently a Global Brand Ambassador for HP’s new creative line up of mobile workstations called ZbyHP.
Orlando Arocena’s studio is based in Bogota, Colombia.