Powell Peralta

23 Feb 19
The Saucy Super Fox

I have bipolar disorder. Phew. I said it. It’s out. Not that I usually have a problem admitting it to myself—well, actually that’s a lie. It’s very hard to admit, believe and more crucial—accept. However, it’s even harder for me to write–especially on this platform. But, what the hell, I’m going to be brave, wave […]

23 Feb 19
Clothing Model For On-Line Browsing

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19 Feb 19
Kalins BLOG

Spent part of my weekend at the dos pueblos Ranch also known as orchid. It’s a ranch north of Santa Barbara that also has an indoor skatepark. We went to the ranch because the rain has made it hard to get outside. The orchid also has barnyard full of animals like pigs, goats, and chickens […]

18 Feb 19
ink + sky

This is my new journal, and I love it. Skateboards cover the front and back. The teenager in me, who recalls the “old guard” of skateboarders of the late 1980s, feels drawn to this notebook’s bright colors and playful graphics. As a high school student, I remember Mike McGill, Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero […]

18 Feb 19
Morton Design Works

I finally retired it. One last grain of sand from the hourglass still in my sock, leftover from my days as a teen grinding curbs in Claremont. This wasn’t my first board. No, that came years before. A small, red plastic board my mom probably bought at Gemco. Or Sears.  A few years later came […]

14 Feb 19
Racine County Eye

The following individuals have earned the honor of being included on the Gateway Technical College Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester. This award is reserved for those students who completed at least 6 hours of postsecondary course work – not including development/remedial credits – and achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or higher. […]

11 Feb 19
*Mikel Arbiza

Cities and urban spaces of our western metropolitan areas are fertile grounds for street skating unconsciously created by the excesses of industrialization and corporate capitalism. This new kind of dystopia turned in the 70s into a set of ideal playgrounds for a group of kids riding a piece of wood with four wheels. Following what feminist cinematographer […]

11 Feb 19
SJSU Skates

About four days ago, Mini Logo released a video on Instagram demonstrating some work they did with Powell-Peralta. In the video they showcased a complete combining the new Powell-Peralta Fight Deck with some traditional Mini Logo trucks being rolled over by a heavy pickup truck. I was pretty impressed, and thought I would share with […]

06 Feb 19
Forester Haynie

Over the last year, Catholic Dioceses from across the United States have released lists of known clergy sexual abusers. There’s no greater breach of trust than when someone in a position of power and authority sexually abuses someone. These acts have devastating effects on victims. Forester Haynie is an advocate for victims of clergy abuse […]

04 Feb 19
A New Kind of Man

Back in my youth, I used to love riding a skateboard. I was first introduced to skateboarding in 1986 (yep, that dates me). My brother and I spent the summer in Virginia Beach, VA. My stepfather was in the Navy and stationed nearby. I found the wonder of skateboarding in our apartment complex. I learned […]

01 Feb 19
Set The Tape

Baz Greenland looks back at one of the greatest action movies of all time.

27 Jan 19
Design Blog

The ad shown here is a vintage ad from the skateboarding company that started it all, Powell Peralta. The ads that were put in magazines during the 80’s were far from normal, and helped build the popularity of the brand to younger kids getting into skateboarding. The designer of these rebellious ads was credited to […]

23 Jan 19
Liam Heath Media

Media Topics Genre Genre is the word given to explain the categories of film so that the audience can expect what they are about to watch. It is easy to tell the genre of a product that is being shown by looking at the camera angles, sounds and miss-en-scene used. An example of this would […]