ITC Publication

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relevant prior art . d . Ordinary skill in the art . The pertinent art in this investigation
is that of skateboard design . Flat boards and rocker boards were both well ...

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How

Decon - structionist design as he defines it , with its embrace of “ non -
professional ” tech niques such as stencilling and found ... A lot of kids got Boards
: The Art + Design of the interested in skateboarding through Skateboard , Rizzoli
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New Skateboard Graphics

As a teenager it was old World Industries , Blind , Stereo & Girl board graphics .
Then when I started focusing more on art , I was always into the Bauhaus , De
Stijl , International Style and a lot of Scandinavian and Japanese art and design .

New Skateboard Graphics

Author: J. Namdev Hardisty

Publisher: Mark Batty publisher

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A pictorial tour of skateboard graphics ranges from spreads of full-board designs to detailed crops of patterns and graphics and includes interviews with designers and creators of major skateboard brands.

Concrete to Canvas

Profiles the art of twenty-nine skateboarders who are also artists, displaying a wide range of works from decorative boards and abstract canvases to graffiti and other guerrilla street art.

Concrete to Canvas

Author: Jo Waterhouse

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Profiles the art of twenty-nine skateboarders who are also artists, displaying a wide range of works from decorative boards and abstract canvases to graffiti and other guerrilla street art.

The United States Patents Quarterly

Ordinary skill in the art . - The perti . sidered by the Patent Office examiner . nent
art in this investigation is that of Solder Removal Co . v . U . S . International
skateboard design . Flat boards and rocker Trade Commission , 199 USPQ 129 ...

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AIGA Journal of Graphic Design

Another company , Girl Skateboards , is even making ad campaigns . They ' re a
bit like mini series that will run for few months tying together the boards , ads ,
and catalogues and repeating graphic elements and themes . You never used to
be ...

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Graphis Student Design

L ' objectif assigné était de créer une annonce pour un fabricant de skate -
boards et d ' intégrer le nom de la marque . PAGE 48 IMAGES 92 , 93 STUDENT
Keri Roy SCHOOL School of Visual Arts PROGRAM BFA , 1996 Professor Jeffrey
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Blueprint

Skate - head style 70 | BLUEPRINT | JULY / AUGUST 1999 WAPING culture food
design books cranes art music ... of the skateboarding scene is captured in
Dysfunctional with a series of images including : Chocolate City boards , below , (
art ...

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Board

The skate industry is the perfect distortion of what I understood to be the
American way as I was taught growing up - a ... Companies decided that if their
boards had the name of their riders on then that would help them sell , " says
Andy Jenkins , art director of Girl ... Skateboarding has a very rich tra . dition of
design that doesn't exactly fit into any category , " agrees Todd Francis of Deluxe
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Board

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Metropolis

Those same kids are now thirtysomething, and they're pushing board design in
every direction. ... Then there's the added dimension of applied text and images,
which brings skateboard design into sync with the worlds of graphic design, art, ...

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Vibe

earring, Dawes is passing out copies of the latest issue of skateboarding's
freshest voice, a new magazine called Slap. Dawes, 22, dropped out of art school
to start the magazine, which is financed by Thrasher's owners, High Speed
Productions. "I wouldn't say ... And then spend two hours creating with it,
designing a perfect line ed it around in less than a year. "We focused ... At first I
thought I'd have only black skaters, and black boards and black clothes and black
ownership. We'd be ...

Vibe

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Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.

Contemporary

Ryan McGinness , Ambitious Outsiders , 2003 Courtesy the artist and Derrch
Projects , New York GREENAWAY ART ... Whether on skateboards , t - shirts ,
skate videos or magazine advertisements , graphics and graphic design have
always been ... In the past several years the city's ( mostly non - profit ) galleries
have been bursting with street Matt Gonzales and Tony Hawk boards to newer
designs by.

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Skateboarding Skills

decks The size and shape of the average skateboard deck has changed as the
art of skateboarding itself has ... the focus on skating big transitions and vert
ramps laid the way for the next big development in deck design: the "fishtail"
board.

Skateboarding Skills

Author: Ben Powell

Publisher: Firefly Books Limited

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Offers step-by-step instructions for basic, intermediate, and advanced tricks and includes a history of the sport and coverage of skateboard parts and tools.

Skateboard Stickers

Contributors include Wes Humpston, Bucky Lasek, Sean Goff, Steve Alba, Andy Howell, Mark McKee, Jim Phillips, and Mike Vallely. Bonus feature: each book is packaged with a new skateboard sticker, commissioned especially for this volume.

Skateboard Stickers

Author: Mark Munson

Publisher: Collins Design

ISBN: 9781856693790

Page: 144

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Every skateboarder wants to have the hottest graphics on his or her board.But the wear and tear of the skater's grind naturally makes it difficult to keep your graphics bold and dynamic. Thus were skateboard stickers born. Virtually every skateboarder has a sticker collection of some sort, either on a bedroom door or on the refrigerator or in a shoe box. Stickers became extremely important in the late eighties and early nineties when many smaller, skater-owned companies emerged. Thanks to the low cost and ease with which they can be produced, stickers are an easy way to get brands noticed. Virtually every board graphic is also available in sticker form, and with graphics only having a shelf life of around six months, and hundreds of companies and thousands of boards available, it's easy to see why they are so collectable. Skateboard Stickers celebrates the use of stickers in skateboarding. Showing the full spectrum of skate sticker art, it brings together over 350 of the most memorable stickers ever produced. From Wes Humpston and Dogtown's stickers in the 1970s to Birdo at Consolidated's 'Don't Do It' sticker campaign, the book features the best designs, selected by pro skateboarders past and present, skate artists and other influential figures in the skate industry around the world. It includes sticker related stories and articles from skaters and artists, such as the story of Death skateboards or Jim Phillips' legendary Screaming Hand sticker logo for Speed Wheels Santa Cruz, as well as a look at the sticker-making process, and quotes from skateboarders describing what stickers mean to them personally. Contributors include Wes Humpston, Bucky Lasek, Sean Goff, Steve Alba, Andy Howell, Mark McKee, Jim Phillips, and Mike Vallely. Bonus feature: each book is packaged with a new skateboard sticker, commissioned especially for this volume.

By the Skin of Our Teeth

The Art and Design of Morning Breath Jason Noto, Doug Cunningham ... Around
the same time I got hip to the punk scene, I started skateboarding. After a family
trip to San Diego I bought my first skateboard and never looked back. ... been
ordering decks from Think Skateboards and casually mentioned to the sales guy
one afternoon in 1993 that I could draw better graphics that the ones on their
boards.

By the Skin of Our Teeth

Author: Jason Noto

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062348620

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A lush, full-color, beautifully designed visual history that brings to life the innovative and creative world of Morning Breath Co. Inc., the Brooklyn-based boutique design studio whose collaborators including top musical artists (from Jay Z to the Foo Fighters) as well as such top brands as Vans and Adidas. In 1996 while working at the in-house design department at Think Skateboards in San Francisco, creatives Doug Cunningham and Jason Noto forged a collaborative style that would transform into a remarkable partnership: an endeavor they called Morning Breath. Working with some of the top music artists and corporations, Morning Breath Co. Inc. has made its aesthetic mark on pop culture, devising Grammy-nominated and award-winning work that has been featured in art shows across the country. Incorporating passé pop culture art elements into fresh, original imagery, this go-to design team for the Foo Fighters has produced an amazing portfolio of artwork for a wide range of clients, including Absolut Vodka, Solomon Snowboards, MTV, Pepsi, Kanye West, Eminem, Jay Z , Slayer, Queens of the Stone Age, Vans, and Adidas. In By the Skin of Our Teeth: The Art and Design of Morning Breath, Cunningham and Noto tell the story of Morning Breath in this collection showcasing their artwork and designs, from music packaging, T-shirts, and posters to fine arts, lifestyle, and products. They also spotlight the artistic influences and roots that have shaped them, including graffiti art, silk screening, computer graphics, collaging, painting, and fine arts. Filled with dozens of full-color images, By the Skin of Our Teeth is an invaluable display of Morning Breath’s provocative, imaginative, and original style—a combination of the dream-like and the quotidian—that has captured the attention of artists, designers, and pop culture lovers everywhere. The list of contributors consists of a wide-range of writers and artists, all of whom help put the creative work of Morning Breath in narrative perspective. Contributors include Bill Adler, Jeremy Fish, Geoff Peveto, Evan Pricco, and Eddie Zammit.

Juxtapoz

A lot of things are either way too Scary or # too personal to dwell on Art is one of
those things. Less commentary ... said he'd like to design one. At that time ... that
moment on. He came on board to work with me for a few years at Think
Skateboards, and it was great Jeremy has an eye for things that most people don'
t get.

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