Bohnam Co. has been an impressive new addition to the Skate Warehouse shelves, we’ve been impressed with their goods and the way they run their business. Now they’ve got a new summer line out and Skate Warehouse is on it. With a bunch of their classics on the repeat they’ve also added some new ones. We’ve got the new Bohnam Fish Hunter Pocket T-Shirt and the Bohnam Poseidon T-Shirt. Head over to Skate Warehouse to see the Bohnam Collection. Click the pictures below for more info.
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It’s another new sticker!! See this one soon with your Skate Warehouse orders. What’s the word? Where you gonna put yours?
The Hundreds is hyped about their new summer line, so Skate Warehouse is naturally on board. Take a look at some new and never before seen goods heading out in the next couple weeks. Check in at Skate Warehouse to see when we’ve got them in, here at The Hundreds at Skate Warehouse.
Skate Warehouse always loves it when something new shows up that has a graphic created by an artist in the industry. Don Pendleton’s Sounds of Science deck series and Stance socks blew us away, we just recently mentioned a new t-shirt graphic from Matt Gordon in a post below, and we even have an original painting from Russ Pope hanging in the SW shop. Now Skate Warehouse is happy to spend some time on another artist. Tim Hendricks, who recently made the graphic for the RVCA Nautical Vintage Dye T-Shirt, is one talented guy.
Primarily a tattoo artist, Hendricks is also an artist at large, from original paintings and drawings to industrial design. Tattooing professionally since 1994, Hendricks got his start in his mid teens by practicing his skills on gang members he grew up with. He’s only grown since then, but you can see in his style that he was forever influenced by the culture of his community. Today Hendricks divides his time between skateboarding and surfing and making art.
Perhaps most uniquely, Hendricks is a maker of tattoo machines. These things are gnarly. Not only do they do their job, but they’re works of art. Each one is custom made with hand wound coils and loads of detail.
Below we’ve featured a few of Hendricks pieces and a video about the dude. Head over to SW to check out the RVCA collection and grab the tee.
It’s heartbreaking and powerful. It bums you out and pumps you up. The video below, Skateistan: To Live and Skate Kabul is raw and epic, depicting what skateboarding really means in the world at large. An escape, a sanctuary, a pastime, and an identity, skateboarding is a little bit of everything to these boys and girls. Made possible through a group called NGO Skateistan, the video pairs with a new book nearing release titled Skateistan: The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan, containing photographs, essays, interviews, and personal stories from Oliver Percovich, Skateistan’s founder and Afghan youths effected by skating. This project is about ‘Skateistan’, and how a grassroots skateboarding project has impacted the lives of kids living in a war-torn community.
Head over to SW to shop LRG, HERE. Now catch the video featuring Billy Marks, Tom Asta, Chico Brenes, Rodrigo TX, Felipe Gustavo, and Tommy Sandoval and let us know what you think.
Skate Warehouse is always excited about new Penny boards coming into the shop, for instance we’re all pretty darn stoked on the Penny 22” Skateboard Complete in Red/Black/White. That’s why we’re equally as excited about a new video that takes a look into the story behind Penny Skateboards. Founder Ben Mackay talks about going from riding one little plastic skateboard when he was five to making millions of them today.
Head over to the shop to pick up yours, HERE.
“Over two and a half minutes of East Coast underground street gnarliness. Nate who? Nate Greenwood, motherfuckers. Hard times comin’ your way.”
The artist Matt Gordon is originally from Michigan, where he still resides today. He’s been making art for some time and has worked with RVCA through the Artist Network Program, on shirts including the RVCA Mainland Buffet T-Shirt, which we’ve currently got in stock.
The art is weird, the guy is weirder. You can see why we like it. Check out the RVCA video interview below and head over to Skate Warehouse to grab the shirt.