Posts tagged ‘good wood’

Nike 6.0 x Good Wood

26 March 2010, 15.39 | Posted in collabs, contests, snowboarding | 2 comments »

Nike 6.0 has enlisted Good Wood NYC to create the “medals” for their upcoming “Rep Your Crew” events on the east coast this weekend and next. This weekend they’ll be at Camelback in Pennsylvania and next weekend they’ll be hitting Hunter in upstate New York. You can still register to enter the Camelback comp right here. Details on the Hunter event, which includes a transportation package with Ovrride, after the jump.

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Volkswagen Golf GTI x Rad Collector x Agenda

15 January 2010, 21.03 | Posted in cars, lifestyle, Skateboarding, tradeshows | 1 comment »

Rad Collector - Volkswagen Golf GTI x Agenda
Concluding our coverage of Agenda, Volkswagen gave Rad Collector an exclusive opportunity to push a 2010 Volkswagen Golf GTI from LA to Huntington Beach. A whip in it’s own class, between the turbo charged intercooler engine and the dual GPS displays, the GTI proved to be the perfect accoutrement to the show. Peep our on-the-spot shoot featuring Luis Tolentino along with Shut, Famous, Diamond, Mighty Healthy, Good Wood, DVS, and CtotheJL after the jump. Photography by Chris Lee.

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Good Wood: The Art Of Skateboards

30 July 2008, 01.47 | Posted in Skateboarding | No comments »

highsnobiety - good wood, the art of skateboards
Inspired by the film “Beautiful Losers,” Good Wood showcase 45 artists work on skateboard decks. Notables like Chuck Anderson, Matt Gordon and Leo Espinosa are included. The breadth of artists plays out well in a variety of method. Acrylic, oil, silk screen, and even sculpture are represented. 
The exhibition is put together by Andrew Davis, a Detroit based curator. This is his second installation related to Good Wood theme, and first to be mounted at Brooklyn’s Third Ward. Davis provides the decks, artists their vision, and they collectively benefit Stocked Mentoring, a non-profit youth sports organization. 
Design Arts Online has a nice interview with Davis, and one of the shows artists John Breiner. Read it here.

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