Just in, new “scroll” graphic small school T’s! I am winding up a few projects and will be able to finish the redesign of the shop with all new products and custom options. These T’s will be in the shop then but you can get them now for $12 and that includes shipping anywhere in the world. Alot of coool stuff coming pretty dang soon…
Archive for January, 2008
I went there today. Just look at it. Its crazy, and only an hours drive away from me.
It felt good to be skating again representing Small School. I got a few questions from a few people, and responded with very Small School biased answers…but that’s what im supposed to do right?
I also gave out some stickers, to some adoring new fans (!) and even landed some new tricks (and a few forgotten ones.)
Basically, i’m just saying I had a pretty good time, and I’m looking forward to getting into the swing of things a bit more this summer.
(If you want to see more pictures of Stoke Plaza, go to www.sketchyskateboarding.co.uk/stokeplaza.htm)
So, it is winter and Head Gnome Jeremy has been spending a lot of time in his workshop. Here we see a beautiful sunset in Charlotte Courthouse, VA. Our master says it has been cold there, but he’s still been working hard.I have been holed-up, resting my knee.
I just got an email from Sarge, who is going out to film his trick tip, for our upcoming Small School Trick Tips series. I believe Sarge is also shopping for a new, massive longboard. Is a line of longboard shapes in order for the School? That would be a nice canvas for gnome-art.
That reminds me. Small Schoolers — get your trick tips done.
Anyhow, Jeremy sent me a bunch of stuff on a CD-ROM for blogging, so here we goooooooooo….
Here we see a nice shot of Jeremy’s desk, where he creates the graphics for our boards. When you get a board from the School, you are getting the real deal - grassroots freestyle equipment, designed by freestyle skaters, built by freestyle skaters, with loving Gnome magic in each board.The magic, however, is fortified by hours and hours of work, so lets all give thanks to Monica for allowing Jeremy to work like a…a….well, I can’t think of a clever saying here. The dude works a lot.
Here’s a new board for Callum. Well, here is the beginning of a new board for Callum. Looks easy, right? Well, it is not easy to shape a good freestyle board. Save yourself the trouble and just order one from Small School. You will thank yourself later. Hmmmm…Callum…on a smallschool deck…
And here we see a production Monkeybar. This sweet side-cut design will make everything better. Food will taste better. Air will be cleaner. Water — more pure and refreshing. Freestyle tricks more flowing whilst simultaneously more radical.
Well, that’s it for now. More next week.