Monday, 30 May 2011

Warning: Censorship Is Weak As Fuck!

World Industries Randy Colvin "Censorship" board,ad,& sticker c.1991 Such a sick graphic that was wrapped in a black trash bag so it could be displayed in skate shops around the U.S.

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Icee Bear

Liberty Todd Congelliere boards c 1990 & 1991.

Vireo

Es Vireo ad c.1999. I had these back in the day, that flap on the back was perfect for keeping the baggies from dragging.

Saturday, 28 May 2011

This Proves It.

101 Natas Kaupas deck & ad c. 1991. This graphic made  quite a few parents shit bricks when their kids came home with this board. T - shirts with the 101 pentagram were banned from many schools across the U.S. and the whole time they did not realise it was a complete joke and a great marketing tactic.

Tony Ferguson - Plan B Virtual Reality - 1993

New to the camera, Im just an amateur, skateboarder.......

Girl Tony Ferguson ad with a real sick sequence c. 1999

Infecting Now

Zoo York Harold Hunter (R.I.P) ad c. 1997.  

The Cat In The Hat

Blind Jason Lee & mini c. 1990.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

John Montessi's Bad Dream

New Deal John Montessi slick c.1992-93. I am not sure what John's bad dream was about, but the graphic looks more like a trip on 2 hits of acid than a dream!

The Power Of One.....Grenade!!!

101 Gabriel Rodriguez ad and board c. 1993 designed by Andy Jenkins

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Remember These?

Three classic H- Street graphics from the early 90's
Colby Carter "Paint Tube" - 1991
Sal Barbier "Hands" - 1991
Chad Vogt "Penguin" - 1992

Wood Urethane Fabric

One of Zoo York's earlier ads c. 1993

Before 101...

He rode for Black Label, Gino Ianucci ad c. 1993

Monday, 23 May 2011

Tiger Bomb

Zoo York Jefferson Pang board c. 1997-98. The graphics are a rip off from Tiger Balm ointment. If you dont know what that is, go to a pharmacy and ask for some when your ankle or back is killing you;)

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Dilldo

Black Label Jason Dill ad c.1992

Super Hero Shoes

DC Keith Hufnagel ad c.1996

Gama

Emerica ad for the Gama shoe with Marc Johnson pulling a nice fakie 5-0 c.1997. I always wanted a pair of them for chilling in, something about that logo on the side and tongue that makes them look sick.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Visualise It, Realise it

REAL Keith Hufnagel two-page ad c. 1997. Try and visualise it, a massive kick flip over that huge gap. Now realise it, it aint happening! so just let HUF do it for you instead.

The Ruler

Zoo York Robbie Gangemi ad c.1998, he was the one who blasted that huge hardflip on the banks in the MixTape vid, will never forget that.

Coloured People


Blind Mark Gonzales " coloured people " deck c 1990.

Matt Rodriguez - Stereo "A Visual Sound" - 1994

People loved these kicks

Emerica Marc Johnson shoe ad c.1998. I never had the pleasure of skating these because at the time I was skating either DC's or Axions. Wish I would have given them a shot, so many skaters told me they were amazing!

Carroll killing it!

Lakai Mike Carroll ad c. 2000

Monday, 16 May 2011

Axion Ativa

Axion Brian Anderson ad c. 1999. I had no idea he used to skate for Axion until I came across this ad.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Axe Rated

Powell Peralta ad c 1988. I am pretty sure its the ad for  the Public Domain video because I remember that poodle falling face first off the board :)

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Make Your Own Noise!

Two Stereo ads from 1997 .  Both ad's have that original Stereo style that they have been known for over the years. I dont know why, but I love that first ad with the 1950's radio blowing up.

Thursday, 5 May 2011

Meet The Templetons

Blind Lavar Mcbride board c 1994 with a very funny graphic by Sean Cliver.

Dont Talk About It....

be about it! Axion Kareem Campbell ad c.1999

Tre Penny

Es Tom Penny ad c 1999. Was he baked when pulling this sick tre? you decide.

Retirement

Plan B tribute board for Matt Hensley's retirement from professional skateboarding c. 1993

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Monday, 2 May 2011

Sunday, 1 May 2011

The Nuke Baby

Blind Danny Way board c 1991. The graphic was ripped off from a shitty Nash set up that was sold in most Toys R Us stores around the same time.