Bohnam Co. is the newest brand to hit the page at Skate Warehouse. We’re excited, we want you to be. A dynamite company pushing the great outdoors and the asphalt jungle, they’re brining it with gear unlike any other. Take a look at the site, HERE, or click the pictures below for more info.
New decks from Real have hit the scene. Not just one time, but twice. The first hit and the second hit blow up with the likes of Pop Slickles, Pac Man, cops and kittens, foam fingers, LTD decks, 4Q posters, and a sneak peak video as can be viewed below featuring ATL artist Greg Mike’s new Real Skateboards mini series and original piece for the Johnny Kicks Cancer Foundation.
See all the Real stuff we’ve got HERE, at Skate mothafuckinWarehouse.
Ben Horton grew up in East County, San Diego, and has been drawing his whole life, picking up painting in highschool. Horton is not only an artist, but an ex-Scarecrow rider, the rad owner of $LAVE Skateboards, and the creative director for Black Box Distribution. Horton had been designing board graphics with Black Box Distribution before he started $LAVE in 2007. He’s done a ton of cool shit since then.
Skate Warehouse has two new tees from Horton, the RVCA Dodo Vintage Wash T-Shirt and the RVCA Quitting Tomorrow Vintage Wash T-Shirt.
Courtesy of the Wikipedia machine, we now know that “The dodo (Raphus cucullatus) was a flightlessbird endemic to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. It stood about a meter (3.3 feet) tall, weighing about 20 kilograms (44 lb). The dodo lost the power of flight because food was abundant and predators were absent on Mauritius. It was related to pigeons and doves, and its closest relative was the Rodrigues Solitaire, which is also extinct.” So now you know. From Alice in Wonderland’s Dodgson to the Coat of Arms of Mauritius, the Dodo is a cultural icon. And now RVCA is on board. The RVCA Dodo Vintage Wash T-Shirt is thin and lightweight, sporting that vintage quality fit and feel. Animalistic graphic at front done up by RVCA featured artist Ben Horton and RVCA detail at base of neck. A 100% cotton t-shirt.
It’s the age old saying. RVCA’s Quitting Tomorrow Vintage Wash T-Shirt is serious this time. Always serious. Nothing but. But starting tomorrow. We promise. “It’s Alright I’m Gonna Quit Tomorrow” graphic at front created by RVCA featured artist Ben Horton. RVCA labeling at base of neck. A 100% cotton t-shirt. Super thin and lightweight with that vintage fit and feel.
Pick up the tees HERE, at SW. And check out some Horton art on the $LAVE decks SW carries as well.
Check out Ewok, Matt Gordon, Kelsey Brookes, and Ben Horton when they go to NYC with RVCA to do an installation and host a party, below.