Skate Warehouse is lucky to work with a handful of folks who represent our company, the skate industry and San Luis Obispo in their own awesome ways. From our resident rippers to our local artists we want the Go Skate Blog to be home to what they’re doing both in the office and in the community. We’re focusing this blog post on SW employee and local artist kidpasta and his project, The Girls.
kidpasta is known for a lot of what he does creatively, but it’s hard not to take notice when he takes random odds and ends lying around the warehouse and turns them into something rad, adding his own touch to transform something we see here all the time into a unique piece of artwork. His work is always intricate and aesthetically pleasing, combining colors and shapes in really cool ways.
With The Girls he merely applied pens and colored pencils to the pages of one Volcom catalogue and multiple issues of Bliss Magazine as well as the bodies of a bunch of bangin’ models featured in the publications (plus one raccoon). He actually pulled the “super taste” centerfolds from a whole year’s worth of Bliss Magazines, with only one being in each issue. The collection here is the accumulation an entire years worth of Bliss. The end result was a completely different bunch of images and a totally new perspective. As usual everybody around here was pretty impressed, to say the least.
The Girls By kidpasta
Thanks for viewing. Keep an eye out for more art, skateboarding and product posts always popping up on the Go Skate Blog! The photos in Bliss Mag were taken by Dominic Petruzzi.