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Todd Shimabuku

Todd Shimabuku grew up in Hawaii, where he discovered the camaraderie of skateboarding at a young age. Shimabuku is an influential entrepreneur, founding member of In4mation, and a permanent fixture in the apparel world.

Patrick O'Dell

Patrick O’Dell has served time as Photo Editor for Vice, a regular lensman to every major skate mag, is the proprietor of the famed Epicly Later’d series, and has the phone numbers to most of your favorite bands in his phone. Smash your head at epiclylaterd.com

Yong-Ki Chang

Yong-Ki Chang is owner of The Solitary Arts, a skateboard brand with Bob Lake, Jef Hartsel and Geoff McFetridge. YKC actively represents art & photography from some of skating’s finest. Raised in Oahu and currently residing in Northern CA.

Chris Reed

Chris Reed was born during the Summer of Love in the Southerly region of California where he has amassed a body of work that gives evidence to his affinity for skateboarding, surfing, music, friends and family. Clients include Alien Workshop, Etnies, Vans, etc.

Michael Hsiung

Michael Hsiung was raised in Los Angeles and is known for his black & white ink drawings of happily swollen figures. One of the few remaining Asians able to grow facial hair, Hsiung has collaborated with Enjoi, Matix, Giant Robot, Vans, etc. Visit michaelchsiung.com

Buoloco

Buoloco resides within the shadowy caverns of the snowboard industry, offering a unique vantage point of interviewees such as Travis Rice, Terje Haakonsen, Chris Roach, John Cardiel and other red-carpet walkers lurking in the mountains. Visit buoloco.com for more.

Kelly Williams

Kelly D. Williams is an out-of-work metaphysicist from Idaho, constantly unearthing his artistic roots. Clients include Los Logos, éS, DVS, Broadcast, Nike, Altamont, and he’s partially to blame for starting PERMANENT. Check his work here: kellydwilliams.com

Joe Casttro

Joe Castro is a collage artist, musician, oil painter and graphic designer currently lurking somewhere between Philadelphia and Delaware. For more info, visit mightyjoecastro.com

J Namdev Hardisty

J. Namdev Hardisty did what every child of 80’s skateboarding and 90’s hardcore does- he became a graphic designer, writer and entrepreneur.

Ian Michna, Jenkem Mag

Ian Michna was born in New York and raised in Vienna, Austria where he became known for beatboxing on the 38 tram & bus. He currently runs Jenkem, rides his skateboard, and continues to forget his German.

The Village Psychic

Village Psychic is a Brooklyn, New York based skate blog focusing on the past, present and future of skateboarding. Visit VillagePsychic.net to see all sides of the crystal ball.


Science Skateboards: The Important Nothing

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Science Skateboards will celebrate their 10 year anniversary by premiering their new full length video, The Important Nothing at House of Vans London on Friday May 6.   Full parts from Josh Cox, Joe Sivell, Pete Buckley, Sam Taylor, Dan Tomlinson, James Coyle, Dan Beall, Ben Cruickshank and Albert Gesswein with guest sections from Luka Pinto and San Francisco friends. Filmed in the UK, US, France and Japan  – edited to an eclectic soundtrack in keeping with the recent Science mixtape series.

Free admission along with free beer and chicken.



Sketchbook by Denik

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I’m very stoked to have partnered with the good people over at Denik on these limited edition sketchbooks, which feature my collage 30 Days on the cover. For every book sold, a portion of the proceeds goes directly toward building schools in West Africa and Guatemala ,via Pencils of Promise and Mali Rising.   So please consider purchasing one online or at various independent shops around the US.

http://denik.com/shop/black-white-collage



Todd Francis x HUF – Easter Capsule

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LONELY TEARDROP . . .

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LONELY TEARDROP just dropped it’s new KEYCHAIN.

Lonely Teardrop is Brother, Kaboe’s project originally out of Long Beach but also here in Northern California.

$17, shipped in the USA (use checkout code: 100KEYS)

2.25″ Metal Enamel Keychain, heavy duty like Kaboe!

Get some and show support for a 100% skateboarder owned brand.



Photos From Todd Francis x Vans x No Comply

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Happy 50th to Vans! 

Todd Francis and I were honored to fly out to Austin, Texas to work with the fine folks at No Comply for an afternoon showing of some of Todd’s various visual offerings. Thanks to Elias, Josh and the No Comply family and everyone who came out. It was great to meet you all!  Thanks also to Zach and Eladio at Vans along with Kimmy for working with us on this shindig with one of the best skateboard shops out there. The installation is up until April so go and check it out and support skateboarder owned shops.



Todd Francis x Vans x No Comply in Austin, Texas

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Todd Francis has an upcoming mid-day event at No Comply in Austin, Texas during SXSW, hosted by Vans.  Original artwork along with his book, “Look Away” (Wins Publishing), his signature enamel pin by The Rubbish Rubbish, prints from his, “Thanks A Lot” exhibit and a custom t-shirt and mug for this event will be available.

Oh yeah, Todd will be there too so give him a hug, feed him a waffle, pour him a cup of joe and get him to sign something cruddy for yourself.

Tuesday, March, 15, 2016

Noon – 3pm

No Comply

812 W. 12th Street. Austin, Texas 78701

Phone: 512.804.0472



Butter Goods Interview – Champ Magazine

Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is home to one of the best new clothing stores in the world, Lo-Fi. Garth Mariano and Matt Evans of Butter Goods opened Lo-Fi in March of 2014, although Butter Goods has been deeply respected since it began in 2008.

butter-goods-interview-001Butter Goods‘ brand strongly reflects the tastes of Garth and Matt as skaters and friends. Champ Magazine recently sat down with them to chat about skateboarding’s awkward relationship with fashion, the inspiration behind the name of their brand, and the accuracy of skateboarders’ bullshit detectors. Check the full interview here.

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