Bradley E. Robinson - Urban Beach

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Bradley E. Robinson - Urban Beach

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ZINE / E-BOOK  [Direct PDF Download]
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Fully tucked and tubing out, it only made sense to attempt to encapsulate the idea of skateboarding in a zine format. A derivative of the American experience, ‘The Urban Beach’ is published under The Royal We, a creative collective based in Denver and Los Angeles. This is the seventh print series for The Royal We.
Skateboarding is an now an identifiable subculture that has woven itself across theAmerican experience in many ways. ‘The Urban Beach: A Brief Correlative Notion on the Tubular Aspects of Street Skateboarding,’ begins to wax on that idea with examples about the urban beach dweller, functionality of the lifestyle and a brief subset of the skateboarder’s vernacular. The zine is intended to be a working base notion.
Nothing more. Skateboarding is ambiguous by nature and concept. We just paddle out.
“Skateboarding as a whole, is not a snobbery suare, nor is it a poor.man’s pleasure. Though small groups of skateboarders do fall under such labels, the accessibility to skateboarding is at ground level. From this, skateboarding inherently produces diversity, while simultaneously, diversity inherently produces skateboarding.”

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