Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Take advantage of their holiday sale through Dec. 23rd, and receive 10% off prints when purchased in-store at G1988 Los Angeles, or receive free domestic shipping on print orders over $125.00 via telephone or email. To order a print, please contact the Los Angeles location: (323) 937-7088 / firstname.lastname@example.org Or visit in-store at 7020 Melrose Ave., LA, CA 90038.
Source [Argonaut Resin]
"The board was the key to the whole thing—the better your board,the better you were gonna ride." -Wes Humpston
Best known for his work on the original Dogtown boards, Wes Humpston has been involved in skateboard graphics since the 1970's. Still heavily inspired by Zap Comics, art nouveau, and album covers, his designs retain their original Cali-born aesthetic. In addition to appearing on vintage Dogtown Skates decks, his artwork is now featured on the old school decks from his new company Bulldog Skates. Watch the interview from "The Run Up," available for the first time to the public for free, on Walrus TV.
Artist and Skateboarder, Bryan Hudson created his "Luchador Kaiju" using the Kaiju Qee Deck, showing just how easy it is to personalize and create your own deck. Available for immediate shipping, just contact either: Apex Trading Company - email@example.com Origami Skateboards - firstname.lastname@example.org. these are really cool and if you collect decks these are a muct... shoot if your a Qee fan these are a must :-) Deck the halls with these Qee boards and show off your holiday spirit!
After the Bomb Popped
New Works by Matt Stallings
December 11th – January 10th, 2010
Opening Reception with the Artist: Friday, December 11th, 6-10pm
Live Music in the Courtyard at 8pm by Illuminauts,
Treasure Mammal, & Jamuel Saxon
This December, Subtext invites you to come experience a post nuclear world of skewed reality by San Diego’s own Matt Stallings. In After the Bomb Popped, Stallings has conceived an altered world where candy and popsicles have come to life. Icons of pop culture are turned upside down and inside out. Michael Jackson has become a monkey, Mickey Mouse is now a pig, polar bears are hunted for their Icee juice, — there’s even a chocolate Jesus. For his first solo exhibition at Subtext, Matt (interviewed here)has created an all but normal body of pop surrealism at it’s finest.Source [Subtext]
Money does go back to the artist and after today, this t-shirt will be Gone FOREVER! Today artist earns $1 for every tee sold. So make sure you get over there if yer diggin the design!
For now, please say Hello to Monster 48. After a few days of animals, it's a return to enigmatic scholars. What is this one up to? What's his field of study? What's his plan? Who are his masters? Who serves him? Who laces up his shoes for him?