Japanese sculpture artist Haroshi took approximately six months to produce all of the artwork for HUF. Haroshi and his works were welcomed with open arms at the HUF x Haroshi x DLX opening ceremony. The event was attended by many skaters and guests, filling up the large warehouse venue. While the guests enjoyed the artwork, live performances were provided, courtesy of Tommy Guerrero, Money Mark, Ray Barbee and Fredo Ortiz. To wrap up the night, they had a high ollie contest using the fire hydrant sculpture, which was gradually made higher as the competition went on. Check out the video recap, which was shot and edited by Martin Reigel, after the jump.