Over the weekend Russ Pope released his new zine, Life Lines alongside a bunch of his work at the Needles and Pens Gallery in SF. Some friends and I decided it was worth the four hour drive out of sleepy SLO, especially since it was a limited release of only 50 zines. Read more to see pics from the event and hear what I thought.
The illustrious wolfbat, Dennis McNett, has joined forces with Anti Hero Skateboards for this new Train Key Deck Series. There are four total in the set. Check out the pics and learn more about this impressive artist.
Haroshi is a Tokyo-based artist that makes incredible sculptures out of old used skateboards. His creations are an artistic recycling of broken decks, trucks and wheels that are meticulously cut into different shapes or kept in their original form and connected in different styles, then shaven into the form of the final piece. This is genuine skate art at it’s coolest.
It’s always cool when you have reason to write a blog post about Evan Hecox. Hecox is a well-known artist who, aside from his own personal work has done quite a lot of work with Chocolate Skateboards. There have been so many Evan Hecox Chocolate Skateboards series it’s hard to keep tack. From the City Streets Series to the Jet Fighters Series to the Altered Portrait Series, there’s too many to list.
Skate Warehouse is currently carrying the most recent collaboration between Hecox and Chocolate, the Vagabond Series. This series consists of different vans, such as a Winnebago and an Unimog. Be sure to check out those items as well as our entire Chocolate collection.