While many skateparks are just graffiti-scrawled concrete slabs and rusted rails, the Clark County Winchester Cultural Center’s is a surreal wonderland. That’s thanks to Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Schoultz, who recently decked out the park’s ramps, pyramids and other obstacles in his signature illustrative style. He invited community members to learn and contribute to the work on April 17. Photographer Mikayla Whitmore was there to document the day. Check out her photos below.
The skatepark reopens to the public on April 21. Schoultz will return to Las Vegas for an exhibit on June 2 at UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum, which will feature an installation where the public can once again leave their mark.