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Surf to Skate : Vol 2 Experimentation to Realization

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  • Author:
    HARTSFIELD Stanton / COHN Jason
  • ISBN:
    9781584236955
  • Publication Date:
    30/09/2018
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    152
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Gingko Press
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Surf to Skate : Vol 2 Experimentation to Realization
Surf to Skate : Vol 2 Experimentation to Realization

Surf to Skate : Vol 2 Experimentation to Realization

Regular price $79.99
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    HARTSFIELD Stanton / COHN Jason
  • ISBN:
    9781584236955
  • Publication Date:
    30/09/2018
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    152
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Gingko Press
  • Country of Publication:
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    Surf to Skate Volume 2 picks up where the first tome left off. In the 70s skateboarding gear made quantum leaps in performance and aesthetics. On the performance side, experimentation ruled the decade. The polyurethane wheel forever obsolesced the clay and metal models of the 60s. Meanwhile, the decks grew larger as manufacturers tried different materials ranging from plywood to fiberglass and composites of the two. On the aesthetic front, skateboarding had become a lifestyle with a fashion of its own. Textile patterns, wild colours and Hawaiian themes all co-mingled, projecting a casual lifestyle. All of these bold new designs were unified in proving that skateboarding was no longer a passing fad, but was here to stay.

    Featured in the August 2018 Art newsletter.
    To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.

Product description

Surf to Skate Volume 2 picks up where the first tome left off. In the 70s skateboarding gear made quantum leaps in performance and aesthetics. On the performance side, experimentation ruled the decade. The polyurethane wheel forever obsolesced the clay and metal models of the 60s. Meanwhile, the decks grew larger as manufacturers tried different materials ranging from plywood to fiberglass and composites of the two. On the aesthetic front, skateboarding had become a lifestyle with a fashion of its own. Textile patterns, wild colours and Hawaiian themes all co-mingled, projecting a casual lifestyle. All of these bold new designs were unified in proving that skateboarding was no longer a passing fad, but was here to stay.

Featured in the August 2018 Art newsletter.
To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.