New Skateboard Graphics

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Mark Batty Publisher, Feb 25, 2009 - Art - 144 pages
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Skateboarding grew from a Southern California hobby born out of surfing to a nationwide trend, and has since developed into a visual style. While the bottoms of skateboards have always been adorned with graphics, back in the day only a handful of skateboard manufacturers existed. Today, vast amounts of visuals are created for skateboards, with more than 40 major brands in the market. Because of how the sport has grown, however, many of these graphics are used for only a season, and then are forgotten about until now. From spreads of full-board designs to detailed crops of patterns and graphics,New Skateboard Graphicsfeatures the best, most innovative work going on today. Interviews with designers and creators of major brands help elucidate this colorful phenomenon.

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