When Japanese sculpture artist Haroshi was invited for a collaboration with HUF and DLX, no one could have imagined the precision work that went into making each piece a reality. Made only from recycled skateboards, the sculptures were well received by peers in the industry. Although there was this one piece, the Middle Finger sculpture, that stood out and caught everyone's attention. Aside from the controversial hand gesture, the artwork replicates the hand and arm of Peter Ramondetta, a professional skateboarder, right down to his various tattoos. For those who missed out on the opportunity to take home the actual piece, Haroshi is producing a print of it in a signed and numbered edition of 200 pieces. The print measures 24" x 36" and is an archival Giclee print on 300gsm Kakita paper. Sale will commence tonight at 8pm Pacific time on Haroshi's website.