"If you have any interest in learning about the history of skateboard graphics, this is pretty much the only book you need. Put together by a dude who was responsible for some of the most collected skateboards from the 90’s, it’s an insider’s look at a large portion of inside artists’ work for this outsider culture (if that makes any sense). Since it was first published in 2004, it’s been one of the most prized books on the shelf here in Mumble-Land. They recently released a special edition which has some extra shit in it, so if you didn’t grab it the first time around you’re definitely want to get it this time. It is on this occasion that we bring you a few pages from it to whet your whistle."
Disposable, A History Of Skateboard Art By Sean Cliver includes 224 pages of some remarkable skateboard art so pick it up now from Mumble and check out the small glimpse of teh book we have provided below.