Now In The Stash, Cassette Deck Graphic for Street Skaters
Don’t sleep on it. This retro gem may not be around for long.
BustinBoard.com/Stash is where we hide our limited offerings.
Shipping Everything: H International Custom Boards
This week at Bustin HQ we took on a special project for one of our partner shops in Seoul, South Korea. Seyoung Bae, our good friend and shop owner, asked us to paint some custom Daenseu and Shrike decks to fill up the board racks at the store. The Bustin print shop boys, Max and Jay, swiftly took on the challenge while also crafting up boards created through our online customization program by our loyal #BustinFam. After being sealed to preserve the hand-painted graphics, the boards are given a final look over for quality assurance. From there, they are ready to be boxed and shipped…
… After a short skate sesh of course!
Check in with me next week to see what awesome boards ill be sending out! In the mean time, get yourself out there and #SkateEverything.
Your Friend and Ship Master,
Our street decks have been in development for several years now, led by our Bustin Street Crew team in NYC. This year we’ve release and refined four sizes and continue to make them available to skaters on the East Coast. We’re stoked to now release them on a limited basis as a part of our online Custom Program. Play with the customizer by clicking your width:
For the next few weeks I have decided to introduce you to each of our artists, one by one. So without further ado! Meet Clint Jones, our print shop manager and mentor here at Bustin HQ.
Clint grew up with a hobby of music & arts all his life. After graduating high school he attended Shepherd University for painting. With this knowledge he continued being an artist as well as a musician for a band called Page France.
He first began screen-printing for a company called Innovative Marketing and Graphics (I.M.G.)
After this job, Clint was working for a warehouse when a friend of his informed him of a nearby company that hand-painted and screen printed skateboards. When he showed his interest, an interview was setup with our CEO, Ryan Daughtridge. After they spoke Clint was instantly hired, and, within six months, had taken over as supervisor of our print shop.
Clint has been working here for a year now and has created a number of our artist finishes that we offer in our repertoire of color options. Overall, he has designed 3000+ boards for our company that customers all over the world have designed on our
These hand-crafted works of art are under the feet of happy shredders everywhere in the US and surrounding countries.
Before I leave you all, I’m going to show you some of my favorite work Clint has created here in our warehouse. Some of these are hand-painted works of art not created for mass-production. Everyone have a great week. Don’t let the Mondays get you down!