(via), an impressive list of skatestoppers. This is related to the concept of 'defensible space': "the term used to describe an area that has been made a "Zone of Defence" by the design characteristics that create it" (according to neighbourhoodwatch). Creating a defensible space allow urban designers to get rid of skateboarders... Here is one I spotted in San Diego: But some of the skatestoppers made by this company are impressively ugly: >Why do I blog this? as a skater (in my spare time or to go quickly from one place to another on the campus), I hate this kind of stuff. I started a group about it on Flickr, it's called antiskatedevice. Connected Pasta I already mentioned this here.
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