When you see this, you already know this thing is not a crappy digital slap! Since Jeremy has started to produce collectibles he is doing the things the better way possible. His “vegetables” board re-issue is perfect and the “Dream Girl” coming really soon will be also as it’s printed by Screamin’ Squeegees. Look at those stickers!!! 9 direct tones colors on Foil backing! It’s awesome. Congrats Jeremy for doing it 100 better than any major companies! Continue reading
Straight outta nowhere, these are the latest NHS offers as new reissues….they are already gone superfast from shops to ebay with immediate price rise! Seems to be the new fashion in Reissue business…Largely encouraged by the companies themselves. The Tom Knox, Finlay’s inspired graphic by Jim Phillips is definitly a good piece as the Natas is also a good one but one more time, they still cheap china transfered woods sold as $100+. We talk about 750 pieces here not a ltd collector run.
I’m particulary proud of those ltd edition boards we did with Stephane Larance & Franck Barattiero. Honestly if you have told me in the late 80’s i will do a pro (Bro)-graphic with Steph Larance on my own Skateboard project i would probably called you a nuts! But the thing is we did it the proper way, Steph is a friend, he does it 100% for the fun of it and the love of skateboard, he killed it like always. If you want to cop a board hit this link or check out with your local skateshop. Thanks to Florian Lanni for filming and editing this, thanks to Ed. Murphy and the Wonderland’s Okey Dokey for the inspiration….
In the same time Cliché releases a “Last supper” deck art by McKee, His old time partner S. Cliver delivers a “Last Party” graphic for Huf. I cant believe those twos didn’t discuss this before. Genius minds always come to creative and rad shit! Continue reading
Ever wanted a late 70’s old school fades? DogTown’s own Red Dog just released a bunch of hand sprayed boards. They wouldn’t last long. By the picture they’d maybe be hand screened aswell…
Rad shape, right size (9.6″) and rad graphic by Neil Blender. You can grab one at SoCal. Not your average popsicle generic stic!