Back in the 80's it was pretty popular to add artwork to the tops of our skateboards. We would draw various pictures, band names, skateboard company logos and pro skaters names. If we took our time and used new chalk with sharp edges it would come out looking pretty good. Only downside was it was chalk and would rub off onto our clothes and the image would be smeared. Then some of the older skaters in our area taught us a trick that prevented all of those problems and permanently sealed the chalk onto our decks. The solution, simple hairspray. To customize your Griptape just draw whatever you want. Could be a logo, pattern or any other design of your choosing. The spray over it with hairspray and let dry. I never did find a way to get it off after it has been sprayed. It withstood the punishment of all the foot traffic, water and jeans from sitting on it. Not sure if anyone here would be interested in trying this, just wanted to get the info out there if so. I do recommend trying it on an extra piece of Griptape first to make sure the brand of hairspray you use doesn't turn out sticky.