There are many reasons to want a blank deck: do your own art, sick of graphics, or just need a deck to match your wood paneled man cave.
Board made from 7 plies of hard rock North American Maple. This deck has deep concave, making doing tricks easier, has a lot of pop. If you want strong kicks to catch the deck in a trick or a lock in feeling when rallying a transition, this is your deck.
Notes on using deck for art
This is not a raw deck, which means it has been vanished to protect the wood. Research up the best technique for what you want to do. Generally if you are going to putting down some art or graphics then sand the deck back to remove the varnish, we suggest 220 grit sand paper. Or you can start at a lower grit and work up to finishing with 220. Then seal the deck with sanding sealer, let dry for 24 hours. One coat should be enough, if you want two coats then sand back with 220 grit and reapply. Now you need a primer coat. This is the base you are going to put your art/graphic on. Choose an acrylic one. If you are doing a full dip style graphic then spray paint the whole deck top and bottom. If the graphic is only going on the board, then masking tape out the edges (rails) for a more pro finish. Wait 24 hours after primer. Now you are ready to do your art. Use acrylic paints, they dry faster. Once art is down you want to apply a lacquer clear coat to protect the art. Once clear coat is on, let it sit for a few weeks to harden, that is the annoying part because you want to just set it up and rip. However you get a better deck if you wait until that clear coat is rock hard.