The artworks of Border teenagers Emma Frampton and Brooke Chaing look good on paper, and even better on skateboards.
The pair were among the winners of the Deck'd competition, which challenged young people to come up with positive messages to steer their peers away from isolation and drug use.
Entries were unveiled in an exhibition at the Wodonga Plaza on Friday afternoon.
It came about through a $15,000 grant from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation to Wodonga Council and the local drug action team.
Council's community planning and development co-ordinator Nicole Weyandt said the Deck'd project engaged local schools.
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"Participants were asked to think about things like family, friends, and hobbies ... all things that help with primary prevention," she said.
"It took us about a year to pull it together and over the past six months we've been working with the LDAT.
"It aimed to build resilience and looked at what we could do to engage with youth."
Drug and Alcohol Foundation representative Stefanie Maciulaitis congratulated the winners and the project partners.
"It's been awesome seeing this come from just a concept, to a social media marketing campaign and to what it is today," she said.
The skate decks will remain on display at the plaza in coming weeks and include messages such as 'You don't have to walk alone on the road to recovery'.
Three winners received a custom skateboard from Timmy G's, and Brooke is also off to a surf trip on the Great Ocean Road thanks to Hello World after winning the 'best message' category.