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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Josh Mattson rides for Pocket Pistols Skates!



Pocket Pistols Welcomes Josh Mattson from Pocket Pistols on Vimeo.


One fine RADdition to the team!
Hey bud, glad you could join us!

PPS / Duane Peters complete


Duane Peters "Dine-n-Dash" model from awhile back.
This was available in either complete or deck only.

Pocket Pistols Raaaaaalph colors

Choose between the two, or snare the pair.......the choice is yours.

New Grumbacher Academy Acrylic color!

Grumbacher is rolling out some hot new colors in their Academy Acrylic line!
I have been painting with them, and will show off some faves.
Here's the first: unbleached titanium white.
Bang. A total must-have.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Thursday, November 3, 2011

X-Factor / Volcom

Here's the art for my Volcom Featured Artist tee in the fall 2011 catalog.


Astro
Here's the tee as seen this evening on the X Factor.
Thanks Astro!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Mug Shot

I may not be a full-on coffee fanatic, but I like to drink coffee sometimes.
In keeping with having the right tool for the job, I have some favorite coffee mugs.
This one came from a second-hand store about 15 or so years ago.
It just struck me as being so oddly humorous.
Although I'm pretty sure it has something to do with welding,
my first impression was of a robot declaring in his metallicly reverbed voice:
"Hobart has the answer".

Monday, October 10, 2011

2011 Harvest Gnar Fest poster

Yup. Costumes mandatory.
It is a costume ball / skateboard contest.
Best trick and best costume.
Even if you don't skate, you are still eligible for best costume...
...just so long as you're wearing one.
See you at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds on Saturday, October 29.
You may already be a winner!

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

+81 magazine


I got a 2-page checkout in issue #50 of +81 magazine, out of Japan.
The interview is printed in both English and Japanese.
I worked with an interpreter during the interview, so the original interview is the Japanese part.
Then of course it was translated back into English for print.
Needless to say, my answers are worded a bit different than I remember.
I think the basic thoughts still make it through, even though the wording may not sound like me.
That considered, I think they did a great job!
The photos were taken prior to and during my show at the Volcom store in Tokyo back in October.
The interview was conducted while I was setting up for the show.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Winner, Winner!



Glad my art got on this one!
Thanks to Tim Karpinski for the layout and final tweaking of the art!
I will post detail photos when I get this board.



Wednesday, August 17, 2011

SOCKED IN THE FACE!

Stance has done it again!
Thanks for keeping my feet neat, neat, neat!


Friday, August 12, 2011

Hardly Davidson

That's right, read the letters on the top.
Come out to Bonneville and see what this Honda got.

video

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Fat Boys

I haven't painted in a while so it was fun to get back at it.
Anybody remember the the movie "the Disorderlies"?
Its the Fat Boys. Multi-media on canvas, 24" X 30".

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Volcom Creedler font

If you have purchased any of Volcom's Creedlers (sandals/flip-flops) over the past 6 years,
they have been accompanied by a word bubble logo filled with a font I created.
It's just basic all-caps printing I did with a brush-tipped Faber-Castell PITT artist pen.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Floriduh

I love Stance socks so much, I won't even take them off to get in the pool.

Tokyo Show Revisited

Back in October, I accepted an invitation to do a solo art show at the Volcom store in Tokyo.
It was one fun filled week of skating, shopping, and eating, as well as creating.
It was nice to get back and visit one of my favorite places in the world.
Thanks to everybody at Volcom Japan and Volcom USA for making such a fun adventure possible.








Thursday, July 28, 2011

For future winters, here's whats GNU!

This is what a super high-tech snowboard from the future looks like.
It's superior construction and unbeatable function are light years ahead of other brands.

This is the Gnu Impossible series snowboard for the 2011/2012 season...
...adorably adorned with a graphic from my face house attic.

Handbuilt in the USA...
...from nature friendly, renewable resources that outperform the
UN-friendly, NON-renewable, wilderness-polluting ingredients
the other snowboard companies use.



Here is a look at it's internal clothing, right through it's transparent skin.
Insects have skeletons on the outside, GNU snowboards have clothes on the inside.
Isn't that just the ant's pants!