A few of our favorite behind-the-scenes photographs from Keep A Breast’s first all-skate-related exhibition, Kings & Queens

On a mission to make us all aware of the dangers of breast cancer, the Keep A Breast Foundation is a nonprofit organization that specializes in casting the torsos of females from all walks of life and then hand-selecting artists the world-over to put their magic touch among the plaster bosoms. Kings & Queens is its latest group offering/art show featuring some of the biggest names in skateboarding (yes, Pink actually skates-she’s got a mini ramp in her backyard). Here is but a few of our favorite portraits featuring the castees (before) and the artists (after), as well as the final winning bids, as all final pieces were auctioned on eBay this past October.-Eric Stricker

WHITE PLASTER CASTS (FEMALE)
PINK FOTO
Castee: Pink
Artwork by: Robert Williams
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ROBIN FLEMING FOTO
Castee: Robin Fleming (Vans)
Artwork by: Esao Andrews
Winning bid:

ROSA FOTO
Castee: The Fabulous Rosa (Shorty’s)
Artwork by: Wes Humpston
Winning bid:

ELISSA STEAMER FOTO
Castee: Elissa Steamer
Artwork by: Brian Anderson
Winning bid:


ARTIST PORTRAITS (WITH FINISHED PIECES)
BRIAN BRANNON FOTO
Artist: Brian Brannon (JFA/Blitz)
Castee: Mona Mukherjea Gehrig
Winning bid:

BEN HORTON FOTO
Artist: Ben Horton
Castee: Philippa Hill Rattray
Winning bid:

STEVE CAB FOTO
Artist: Steve Caballero
Castee: Kristy Van Doren
Winning bid:

KRIS MARKOVICH FOTO
Artist: Kris Markovich
Castee: Amy Markovich
Winning bid:

MARK GONZALES FOTO
Artists: Mark Gonzales and Rita Ackerman
Castee: Desiree Astorga
Winning bid:

NATAS FOTO
Artist: Natas Kaupas
Castee: Erin Kirkpatrick
Winning bid:

STECYK FOTO
Artist: Craig Stecyk
Castee: Laura Martin
Winning bid:

TEMPLETON FOTO
Artist: Ed Templeton
Castee: Bam Margera
Winning bid: