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The Most Culturally Important Skateboards of the 70's, 80's and early 90's

Most Culturally Important Skateboards in the 70s, 80s & 90s

Click here to read our Ultimate Retro Skateboard Buying Guide Introduction In a previous article on the Most Iconic Skateboards of the 1980s, we tried to develop a rationale and list of those boards that had the most popular familiarity and thus could be considered iconic. As noted in that article, these boards aren’t necessarily the …

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Natas Kapaus Skate Art: NHS Archives

Treasures of the NHS Secret (Skateboard) Archives: Natas Art

Everyone knows Sean Cliver. Sean was one of the artists who came on board with Powell Peralta in the late 1980’s and is responsible for graphics like the Ray Barbee “Rag Doll” and Steve Cabellero’s “Ban This” deck — not to mention numerous other epic decks from the 1990’s and up to and including our …

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Felix Culpa: Vision, Sean Goff, Bernie Tostenson and the Unknown Deck

Felix Culpa: Vision, Sean Goff, Bernie Tostenson and the Unknown Deck

One of the things I have said about skate art before — or if I didn’t say it, I certainly meant to — is that the industry was so prolific art-wise that you can seemingly look at historical board art everyday and still, even after years of doing this, expect to run into something you’ve …

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