Verb are proud to present the limited edition Mystery Machine hand screen printed cruiser.
In the past, screen printing was the painstaking process used for applying the graphics onto skateboard decks. This process, an art form in itself, reached its crowning point in the late ’80s, but has long since been replaced by the far less artistic digital sublimation processes. Needless to say the art and originality of each skateboard deck has sadly been lost in modern times and there are fewer than a handful of companies left in the world who still uphold the tradition and skill of hand screen printed skateboards.
In their ongoing strive to push creativity and activism, Verb have again teamed up with the genius team at I Love Screenprinting in Cape Town to create a limited edition release of 75 cruisers. The boards feature artwork by Cape Town designer, illustrator, photographer and musician, Michael Tymbios.
The limited edition Verb Mystery Machine Cruisers are now available from all good skate stores nationwide.
Video and Photography by Leon Bester.
Tags: cruiserboards, limited edition skateboards, Michael Tymbios, Revolution, Revolution Daily, screenprinted skateboards, screenprinting on skateboards, skate art, skate art south africa, skateboarding, skateboarding south africa, south african skateboarding, verb, verb skateboards, we are verb
Categorised in: News
This post was written by weareverb