Update: Temporarily unavailable. The majority were sold during our pre-order launch and the few that remain will be available mid-January coinciding with the release of a "Behind the Board" interview with Ron Cameron and myself. Stay tuned for more info and best to get on the mailing list if you're not already. This is a one-time release of only 80 boards, signed and numbered and featuring hand painted backgrounds by Ron Cameron.
Thanks! Dave B.
Ron Cameron and Blockhead have collaborated on a special limited 30 year “Whateversary” edition Nothing is Cool board. Yep you’re really that old and it’s really been 30 years since Ron inked one of the most iconic (and parodied) 80‘s graphics/ logos....unlike anything that was put out before it.
It took a lot of work to get these done and there’s never been anything quite like this before….Ron hit the backgrounds with some spray paint so they’re all one-of-a-kind. They tops feature the Tragicomic graphic…but enlarged, crooked and flipped. This was a major feat to screenprint full board passes on the top but Damon at Watson rose to the challenge and made it happen. To make them even more custom, Ron also signed and numbered the tops.
Totally fun and functional plank shape, inspired by the Tragicomic, with modern dimensions, available in olive green or burnt orange stain. The green stain has shades of orange spray paint and the orange stain has shades of green paint. This is a limited run of 80, one and done on these so don’t miss out! Great as a rider or a wall hanger...or grab 2 and do both!
- Number produced: 80
- Deck Colors: Olive Green or Burnt Orange
- Art: Ron Cameron
- Bottom: 2/C screen printed graphics + custom spray paint by Ron
- Top: 4/C full board screenprinted graphics, signed and numbered
- Dimensions: 9x33”, 14.75” wheelbase, 6.75” tail, 7” nose
- Construction: 7-ply maple
- Hole Pattern: Modern
- Concave: Modern
- Manufactured by Watson Laminates, San Diego CA
Oh...trip out with some music from Ron's Way Out radio show, some music he's been collecting since the early Blockhead days that's inspired his unique art and skateboarding styles.
Note: Top print colors may vary