Ben Raemers teamed up with Rob Mathieson’s illustration skills for his new Cock Piss graphic featuring none other than the legendary Alan Partridge. The best part of it is that it also comes with scratch off graphics so you can take off Alan’s trousers and also change the writing on the car. Genius! We wonder how many people will try and sniff it.
These are heading to your local skater owned skate shop this week so get down there and support one of Britain’s finest.
Lovenskate have a limited run of 25 pool decks on sale this week inked by British illustrator French. These very limited wooden collectors pieces are £55 and screen printed tip to tail in purple and non tarnishing gold. These were printed for French’s Scion Installation that ran in Los Angeles back in September 2012. The exhibition showcased not just drawings, but also a number of super limited edition products French has designed and illustrated over the years.
Death Skateboards are about to release a new Dan Cates pool deck called the Thumbprint available as 8.65″ plank ready to shred this summer’s crete. They have also released the new ‘Generation X’ tee this week and are well on their way to completing the brand new, forthcoming DVD, Ordinary Madness that is currently being put together by Mark Nicolson. Zorlac tells us this week that it “Should be ready in a month or 3. It’s gonna be a banger.” Get hyped.
We spoke to Death pro Rob Smith this week who has been skating Barcelona recently who tells us his section in the DVD is pretty much completed. Look out for his First and Worst interview that should have you laughing your tits off on here very soon.
Yet again, Daewon Song returns with another video edit that will have the rewind button on lock, made up of more incredible skateboarding that takes in every form of nature on offer. In this new video part as the b-side to his ridiculous section in the new 5-Incher DVD from Almost, Daewon gets to work as usual, shredding rocks, trees and any curved or flat surface to conquer on his travels.
Yet again, Daewon Song is light years ahead of anyone else on a skateboard. Yet again, he takes our Edit of the Week spot hands down.
Landscape Skateboards released offcuts from their 2009 DVD release Horizons last night featuring the team back then that consisted of Snowy, Soy Panday, Joleon Pressey, Rory Milanes, Jin Shimizu, Nick Stansfield and Joel Curtis.
Landscape’s line up has now changed slightly, so if you missed their new arrival, click here for Ash Hall’s welcome edit and look out for more Landscape goodness as they film for their upcoming release.