Sketchy Tank Zumiez Couch Party
com/brands/sketchy-tank. html On Saturday July 25th, 2015 Sketchy Tank dropped into Zumiez at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets for the latest.
Zumiez Presents Sketchy Tank: Hava-Sketchy Weekend
Watch the mayhem as we team up with Sketchy Tank to take over Lake Havasu.
Sketchy Tank on his Weedmaps Collaboration
San Diego fashion streetwear illustrator (Krew, Zumiez) Sketchy Tank talks to Weedmaps.
Shoe Review: Vans x Sketchy Tank Sk8 Hi Pro - Black
Reviewing the Vans collaboration with Sketchy Tank using the Sk8 Hi Pro model in black.
Fit Of The Day | H&M, Bullhead Denim Co, Sketchy Tank, Obey, Dravus Goods and New Balance
This video is about Fit Of The Day | HM, Bullhead Denim Co, Sketchy Tank, Obey and New Balance Tee - sketchy tank - Zumiez Hat - obey - Zumiez Jeans .
Skateboard StickersLaurence King Publishing. 2012. ISBN: 1856698866,9781856698863. 144 pages.
This is the first book to celebrate 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. Stickers became extremely important in the late 1980s and early 90s when many smaller, skater-owned companies emerged—they are an easy way to get brands noticed and virtually every board graphic is also available in sticker form. Nearly every skater has a sticker collection of some sort, either on a...
Bobbi Brown Pretty PowerfulChronicle Books. 2012. ISBN: 9781452119922,1452119929. 288 pages.
From Bobbi Brown, world-famous makeup artist, Pretty Powerful is a new kind of makeup manual that starts with who you are, rather than how you look. In this book, Bobbi interviews dozens of real women, celebrities, and athletes about what beauty means to them and shows, step-by-step, how to achieve each look. Along the way, she shares her trade secrets for striking eyes, youthful skin, pretty lips, and perfect brows for any age, skin color, or beauty type. Brimming with hundreds of stunning...
Barry McGeeFondazione Prada. 2002. 340 pages.
A graffiti artist and tagger by nature, Barry McGee has in the last few years taken a stealth, guerilla art form, one that is typically the subject of complaint, arrest, and general unappreciation, and transformed it into a well-received medium for display in museum and commercial gallery spaces. His drawings, paintings, and mixed-media installations take their inspiration from contemporary urban culture, incorporating elements such as empty liquor bottles and spray-paint cans, tagged signs,...