Ben Gregor got all arty last night at the Private View of his exhibition Humble and Epic at The Herrick Gallery.

The exhibition features nearly 70 maple wood skateboards which are laser etched with the names of those who have impacted Ben during his life. From Spike Jonze to our very own Tim Katz and Matthew Brown, the skateboards are accompanied with stories detailing the impact that person has had on his life. Most of them pretty funny.

Gregor says: "There are all kinds of people on the boards - it's like a map, an inventory of people who have either inspired or sponsored me. Some I never met - like Evil Knievel and Kawabata Yasunari, some who I've been lucky to work with like Spike Jonze and Sigourney Weaver, right through to friends, family, priests and even my dog Wolfie. He's probably the first dog to have his own pro model skateboard.”

Proceeds from the boards will go to Skateistan - a charity which helps young women in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa connect to education through skateboarding.

The exhibition is on display from the 3rd-19th December.

Get on down there and see if your name is up there.