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Disposable Artwork

June 30th, 2010 | Posted by Scott Leisler

For the past several years, skateboard decks have pushed their way into more mainstream circles and have been used as an alternative to canvas to display artwork for fine artists, graphic designers, and even hobbiest.

To see where all this cool artwork originated from back in the earlier years of skateboarding, check out the book, “Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art.”

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FISHBONE plays the City Museum

May 10th, 2010 | Posted by Scott Leisler

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1905 San Francisco Video Footage

April 27th, 2010 | Posted by Scott Leisler

Video has come a long way over a 100 plus year history. Check out a Mystery Camera Man’s video footage from 1905, just one year before San Francisco’s big quake. Cool Stuff…

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Recycled Relaxation

February 15th, 2010 | Posted by Steve George


Are you looking for something a little less traditional in outdoor furniture. Not only has loll designed a really nice looking modern line, they have done it with 100% recycled materials. You can relax in style while enjoying the outdoors you are helping to save.

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A New Experience

November 25th, 2009 | Posted by Scott Leisler

Volvo recently commissioned artist, Esref Armagan to create a painting of his experience with the new Volvo S60. That doesn’t seem very amazing until you find out that Esref has been blind since birth. Finally, a car company that encapsulates the emotion and experience of the automobile – human relationship. I surely don’t get excited about watching a car drive down a windy road, but I certainly get excited when a car brand can deliver a message like this. Watch the video of Esref’s creation here.

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