*apols if ABP*
*apols if ABP*
Steve Binks 1975-2011. RIP
Yeah interested by this as a) dude behind it knows what he's doing and b) his motivation as told to me last week was to "do something a little bit more cerebral" which I'm always in favour of.
no Tatchell but the person involved should be obvious to anyone who recognises where they've seen the logo before.
and to anybody who clicks past the landing page and sees his name
Actually, no Tatchell required as the home page has been updated since last week.
Stop with the tatchell's I think everyone should find out for themselves... and he is a very naughty boy! Stoked.
this bodes well...
Totally the job description I was looking for.
*memorises day in the city 1 for interview process*
Tanks are called tanks because when they move the sound they make is 'tank tank tank tank tank'
Always a fan of Chris Pulman and his skating as he seems to do it how he wants and not how others might do. I have a look at his blog now and again and he seems to have his eye on the finer things in skateboarding and I tend to agree as I'm from the same generation. I'm keen to see what comes of his new venture. Hopefully should be an interesting new company, and a British one at that which is always a bonus.
One of my favourite skateboarders. Liking the aesthetic based on the (admittedly limited at this stage) site. Hyped on this.
"At least when you're at the bottom, you know which way is up"
I'm looking forward to seeing what comes of this. Pulman will always go the extra mile for some detail that only matters to him. The guy makes his own leather goods, for christ sake, so this is not going to be just some photoshop by the numbers, stack 'em high - sell 'em cheap venture. Eagerly awaiting further developments.
How good is the UK skateboarding industry looking now? Seems like there's some much creativity going on at the moment. I'm hyped for people.
Steve Binks 1975-2011. RIP.
Hyped! Skateboarding needs more Chris Pulman.
"There are people in skateboarding whose views and backgrounds differ from mine, but I appreciate that they’re a part of it because that’s what keeps skating so diverse and not just some homogenized bullshit. More opinions, more girls, more homosexuality, more global representation." Ryan Lay
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