Part creative space, part skateboarding destination, Oakley In Residence: Los Angeles was a studio and pop-up skate park that celebrated the culture of skateboarding in its hometown. From the depths of the Pink Motel to the sets of Santa Monica, we paid tribute to the iconic spots that paved the way for skating today. Los Angeles is a city that thrives on original thinking and its influence on skate culture can be felt worldwide. The space was designed by skaters, for skaters – co-curated by Eric Koston, Atiba Jefferson and the Art Dump – in the heart of Los Angeles. While the studio is now closed, the energy and content that came to life in that space lives on here.