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Monthly Archives: July 2012
I wanted to take a couple minutes to talk about design innovation; especially in skateboarding. I get so tired of seeing every person riding around on something that looks like this: And even though I ride a Popsicle board most … Continue reading
In other random action sports news: After a 30 year stint in Vermont, Burton Snowboards has decided to move the US Open of Snowboarding to Vail, CO. That’s pretty rad for my lovely state but I have mixed feelings about … Continue reading
Went on a skate trip to Broomfield Skate Park for this weeks installment of the BC GnarBQ. That park was super fun. The street section is rad: This bowl was amazing. A perfect mix of everything and slightly mellow transition. … Continue reading
R.I.P. Vincent van Gogh 122 years today. What a mind. True genius never goes unpunished.
I convinced myself that this is skateboard related so I could put it up here… It’s also really fucking good advice.
Fresh out of the press… Now all I have to do is, as the Zen Master would say, find the skateboard that lies in the wood…
Tomer Hanuka (one of the best illustrators alive) will be releasing his brand new “Vertigo” print tomorrow (Friday the 27th.) Try to grab one if you can. They will go quickly…
If you are any where near New York tomorrow night you would be foolish to miss this group show/magazine release party for King Brown. Amazing list of artists…. Poster Design by Mike Giant and he will be doing a mural … Continue reading