Last Saturday, in the beautiful city of Los Angeles, HUF played host and held down one of the most interesting art shows I’ve ever been to. Artist, Haroshi, takes the phrase, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” to another level with mind-blowing sculptures that were created from used and broken skateboards. A high-ollie contest over Haroshi’s fire hydrant started the night off, as tacos and beers kept it going. Many pros were in attendance to show some love and support. And to top it all off, Ray Barbee, Tommy Guerrero, and Money Mark ended the night with some sounds. Hats off to Deluxe, HUF and Haroshi for a good night.
Peter Ramondetta’s arm