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@dunbatskateshack and I’m super excited to be back at OSF for my final
capsule collection. I collaborate with local artists and take
something retro that they like but put a twist on it. This board was
collaboration with another student’s brand Trap Home. The inspiration
for this board was retro cartoons and the Trap lifestyle (being
resourceful and doing what you need to do to survive).
deck mold with lots of concave and pop. I used a tape stencil, spray
paint and paint markers. I placed Barney as the focal point to pop out
of the board with bright colors. Finally, I used paint markers for
well as representing the Trap Home brand by staying true to your roots
while truly progressing. The graphic shows Barney on the come up, but
at the end of the day he is still Barney.
metallic paint because fingerprints really show up on it: I’ll
remember to wear gloves next time! You can look forward to new artists
and interesting graphics coming from my Zim X collection this year.
school to get a brand going and I knew a regular school just wasn’t where it was at for me. My brand is Trap Home. Trap Home was started for people staying true to their roots while truly progressing. My first board is an interesting and skateable deck with a happy feeling
transferred them to my board using stencils. I placed my new logo in the centre as the focal point.