Björn Holm a design student in Finland, got his first skateboard at the age of 10. Since then he has broken many decks and proceeded to hold on to them over time. For a project at school he decided to repurpose his collection of old skateboards and make them into a new surfboard.
Holm has named the board “Reto” which both means “broken” in the dialect of the Swedish part of Finland, where he is from, and stands for REcycle for TOmorrow.
Thanks to treehugger for this!