Totally Wild TV - season 23, Episode 96

A huge thanks to Network Ten's Totally Wild TV crew who dropped by Worthy's northern NSW workshop to film a segment for their show!

Worthy Skateboards founder Tyler took presenter Alex Battye through what's involved in making his own eco-salvaged wooden board from scratch, and got a little help from him along the way!

It was a really fun day and amazing to see behind the scenes of a real TV shoot. And the story came out sick! Click here to watch the episode featuring Worthy Skateboards


blank magazine gold coast

Worthy Skateboards sat down for a little interview and photo shoot recently for BLANK Magazine Gold Coast!

BLANK covers everything happening on the coast on the art, music, environment, politics and youth culture scene.

Worthy Skateboards founder Tyler was stoked to have been involved with BLANK for this special issue on the Gold Coast's small community businesses. Have a read of his interview with editor Sam from the mag here, where they delve into Worthy Skateboards' humble beginnings, what it stands for and where it might be headed in the future. Yewwww!


stylem magazine launch

Worthy Skateboards handcrafted this special eco-salvaged skateboard for Australian design consultancy & publication STYLEM MAGAZINE

STYLEM is a unique Australian fashion and lifestyle brand created and based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches with a global following. The team launched its beautifully crafted digital magazine in December 2013, with the aim to help mothers and women bring more style into every aspect of their lives, with ease and fun.

Worthy Skateboards founder Tyler was stoked to have been involved with the magazine crew for this special collaboration and feature in the magazine launch. 



Worthy Skateboards scored a little feature write up in this week's update of The Weekend Edition Gold Coast! Frothing. Have a little sample below or check out the full article out here

"Designed to recreate the look and feel of the originals, Worthy Skateboards are as much a beautiful piece of nostalgic art as they are an efficient mode of transport. Handmade locally by Tyler Bignell, Worthy Skateboards are created from eco-salvaged and recycled Australian hardwood timbers that are ethically procured as a result of storm and cyclone damage, erosion, government earthworks and road clearing so they’re more than worthy of your pretty pennies" - Weekend Edition



Worthy Skateboards scored another little feature write up in the spring edition of Peppermint Magazine!

This time is was the spring issue 23.

Peppermint Magazine is a print magazine about style, sustainability and substance, featuring Worthy Skateboards in their 'Do Good Dads' editorial.

"9) Worthy skateboards The Original, $259 – handmade in Queensland from recycled materials (featured on page 17 of our Spring Issue 23)." - Peppermint Magazine



Worthy Skateboards' vintage Logger longboard cruiser featured on Vox Populi !

The crew at VO PO are driving epic, ecological innovation to empower a thriving planet. Their tribe consists of savvy, bad-ass Earthlings who celebrate rebellious ingenuity. The people who paddle against the status-quo, promoting a thriving planet through radical transparency and ecological design.

Worthy Skateboards is stoked to be involved with this crew and their network, highlighting the issues that have real significance to our generation.

"A descendant of hand-picked, reclaimed Australian hardwood timbers, you can't help but love its local ruggedness. One fine day, the eco-salvaged red Carrabeen ventured over to Woody Skateboards, where the longboard came to life. It was here it was handcrafted, inspired by 60's & 70's retro culture," - VOX POPULI



Worthy Skateboards' vintage sleds were requested for a stylised shoot with acclaimed photographer Alexandrena Parker 

Alexandrena's shoot called Boys Will Be Boys and was styled by Rebecca Vitartas and captured on 35mm black and white film. See more images from the shoot here

Worthy Skateboards was stoked to be involved with this crew and their amazing photos proved it was a great success.

Photographer Alexandrena Parker is an inspiration herself. Born with Cystic Fibrosis, she uses photography as a creative outlet to express herself. Now at only 24 years old, her images are far beyond her years. Check out more of her stunning work here" - THE LITTLE GATHERER