Posts Tagged ‘Eric Wollam’

CONCRETE Skateboarding Issue 113 Online

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Concrete #113 was released in finer skateshops across Canada on June 10th. If you didn’t get a chance to grab the print version, it’s available right here for the same price – FREE. Click the image below and use the simple navigation tools to check it out. While you’re at it, take a look at how far the mag has come since 1990 by visiting the digital archive we’ve been building.

There’s an 8-page feature called The Portugal Recollection, and this exclusive video supplement (brought to you by Think and éS) features Russ Milligan, Kevin Lowry and Josh Matthews // Filmed and edited by Justin Carlson // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Too Many Rules” (1961/Portuguese version) by Connie Francis.

As part of the Slub Bucks: A Suburban Exploitation feature in the mag, Jordan Moss and Wade Power released the second Slub Bucks promo. It includes Brandon “Beaster” Bandula, Bobby De Keyzer, Jesse Mullins, Charles Deschamps, TJ Rogers, Will Marshall, Mitch Donovan, Brandon Del Bianco, Matt Berger and Will Cristofaro. // Filmed and edited by Jordan Moss and Wade Power // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Numéro 10″ (featuring Booba & Kurupt) from the album The Passion Of Tupac (a DJ Critikal mixtape, 2005).

While Concrete Photo Editor Brian Caissie was rolling 15-deep in the Far East earlier this year, he provided The China Report photo updates (and 14-page feature in Issue 113), as well as this bro-cam montage from the trip featuring Will Blakley, Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Mike Campbell, Justin Allain, Evan Bourque, Corey Klim, Stacy Gabriel, Derek Swaim and Cory Wilson // Music: “Automatic Stop” by The Strokes from the album Room On Fire (2003).

Check out all of our commercials and exclusive videos by visiting:

www.vimeo.com/concreteskate // www.youtube.com/concreteskatemag

Eric Wollam has been steadily providing art direction for Almost Skateboards since 2004, and he was featured in this issue’s Art Blender spread.

To download “Paris Indian”, created for Concrete by Eric Wollam, select a wallpaper size you like and save the image from the new window:


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ISSUE 113 ART BLENDER // ERIC WOLLAM

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Aside from riding his motorbike, doing art shows, hitting the surf and skating at the Stoner and Venice skateparks, LA’s Eric Wollam has been steadily providing art direction for Almost Skateboards since 2004.

Click below to view his complete “Art Blender” spread as it appears in Concrete Issue 113. And don’t forget to grab your desktop and iPhone wallpapers featuring the artwork entitled “Paris Indian” that Eric created for the mag.

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Board Testing with Haslam

Friday, April 29th, 2011

Chris Haslam tends to stop by the office when he’s in town, and we usually get updated on what he’s been up to. But when he swung by recently I don’t think he mentioned the following Almost commercial. Haz takes the unconventional route when testing his signature “Double Impact” board:

Speaking of Almost, stay tuned for some goods from their design director Eric Wollam in an upcoming issue of Concrete.