The Neil Blender illustration (guy lounging and holding a coffee cup...to the right of the Lucero logo) on the blonde kneeling on a skateboard is pretty classic. It's funny how great art can instantly evoke a memory or emotional response. And these tats show the straight-up power and elegance of simple black on white. Cool.-The Uncs.
All the old school skate logos (on the skate tat girls) reminded me of Tommy Guerrero's part in Future Primitive circa '85. I was mezmorized by his performance on the streets of SF. He had the flowiest and coolest style ever. The way he got low, bent his knees and managed a burt off random concrete berms.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-PQjKVuGUMHis personal website today with typical SF high graphic standard:www.tommyguerrero.com-The Uncs.
http://www.thrashermagazine.com/component/option,com_hwdvideoshare/task,viewvideo/video_id,982/Ok, I'll stop now.-The Uncs.
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