Books & Magazines June, 30 2009

The Disposable Skateboard Bible

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Following the release of Disposable – A History of Skateboard Art (2004), author Sean Cliver continued working on cataloging the most important skate graphics ever released. The result is a more comprehensive volume, The Disposable Skateboard Bible, which acts as the ultimate encyclopedia of skateboard decks. Cliver entered the skate world proper in 1989 when he became a designer at Powell-Peralta. His experience lends to offering an insiders view of the artistic culture surrounding the material presented. Included are brief vignettes and recollections from personalities ranging from Tony Hawk and Mark Gonzales to Steve Caballero and Stacy Peralta.

The Disposable Skateboard Bible comes from Gingko Press. More images from the book after the jump.