Freshly printed today by Lovenskate Stu we have long and short sleeve tee’s with a hornet yellow chest print and flat grey back print.
Available in medium, large and extra large sizes.
Shipping today at http://www.scienceskateboards.bigcartel.com/
New Common Place video part 2: Shawn Whisenant & Ben Gore
Common Places is a three part documentary series centered around Drama in a Common Place, a recent street photography show at Book and Job Gallery in San Francisco California. The series takes a closer look at the correlation between street photography and skateboarding, proposing the idea that both skateboarding and photography lend each other a hand when approaching and appreciating the day to day treasures that surround us.
Click the image above it will take you to our Facebook page, ‘Share’ and ‘like’ this on Facebook to get the chance to win yourself a free tee shirt. We will be giving 3 away to supporters sometime soon.
Please if you haven’t, sign the petition to show your support for saving Southbank. This is very important, do it now.
Make sure you visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Long-Live-Southbank/325214540940869 to stay up to date with the latest developments.
Available now and shipping today at http://www.scienceskateboards.bigcartel.com
Vice are holding an exhibition of their favourite illustrators starting with a private view this Thursday, curated by our very own Sam Taylor.
There will be free drinks from Wild Turkey, then the exhibition is open to the public from the 17th of May until the 2nd of June at Pure Evil Gallery on Leonard Street, Shoreditch.
Illustrators exhibiting their work include Johnny Ryan, Daniel David Freeman, Kyle Platts, Cei Willis, Nick Gazin, Craig Questions, Jonny Negron, Sam Taylor, Malin Bergstrom and Krent Able. All the info on the events Facebook page here. https://www.facebook.com/events/341141695988650/?fref=ts
Guardian article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2013/may/10/vice-magazine-illustration-show
Vice article: http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/were-holding-an-illustration-exhibition-next-week
40 Years Later - Long Live South Bank
Back in 2006 Science became a board company at Southbank. I skated there all day, every day for years and met many good people who still skate there to this day.
I first met some of the team past and present there whilst becoming friends with them too. I would hate to see it go. Especially with it’s deep history and the overwhelming support that people have shown to save this classic spot.
We have some new tee shirts telling the ugliness of the situation available as of this week. Artwork by our very own Sam Taylor
Limited run so please pre-order now to ensure that you get yours.
All out of XL Clan tee’s but we have some medium and large size tees left. FREE postage on these today for all UK orders by entering ‘FREEUKPOST’ on checkout.