The wheels keep rolling! Thank you so much for your support, with your help we have now been able to keep pushing out more of your favorite classic boards and t-shirts from the 80’s and early 90’s as well as newer “hybrid” boards and have no plans for slowing down. The Jim Gray boards sold out in just a couple days and the 84 decks were very well received (I just personally pulled the squeegee on them...I haven’t done that since the late 80’s!).
The newest release features Ron Cameron’s iconic Nothing is Cool logo both on a reissue t-shirt with the original colors and sideways placement and also his Simple Simon deck from 1988 which was the birthplace of the Nothing is Cool logo as it’s top Graphic.
Also rolling out is the second version of the cult classic Streetstyle board from 1986. When the Streetstyle premiered in 1985 it had the longest nose on the market and a revolutionary street specific shape.
30 more years!
Thanks! Dave B.
Over 300 people showed up to the art show that night, at LinkSoul Gallery - and there was a lot to look at, including classic boards, original art and old ads showing how we laid them out before photoshop and illustrator even existed. Check out at THE BOARDS!
The Blockhead Skateboards 30 year reunion party and art show was a blast! We had a secret skate session with the Blockhead team riders and then rolled over to the art show at the Linksoul Lab and Gallery where over 300 people showed up through the night. We got to catch up with a lot of people who had been involved with Blockhead over the years - friends, family, photographers, riders, artists, employees...the list goes on, whatever, it was FUN. Like skateboarding.