Nothing Is Cool (Dismantled Hope Art Show)
GRAPHIC: (Front artwork): ‘Nothing Is Cool’ originally issued by Blockhead Skateboards as a top graphic for the Ron Cameron ‘Simple Simon’ model skateboard deck back in 1988, then later as t-shirts and decals. Printed sideways to match the original Blockhead t-shirt version from 1989/1990, but now on the front instead of the back, as on the original.
(Back Artwork): “Dismantled Hope” art show information in a subtle one-color tone-of-shirt design, much like a rock band tour shirt or flyer. Also mentions Jason Lytle of the indie band Grandaddy, who was a Blockhead team rider, and also performed solo piano live at the art show opening. So these are also great for Jason Lytle/Grandaddy fans.
NOTES: This very Limited Edition classic re-issue style skateboard graphic t-shirt was only available at the opening night of the Ron Cameron solo art exhibition June 11, 2010, in Encinitas, California, USA, and also at the local Encinitas clothing store UNIV during the entire run of the show (June 9 – July 16, 2010) for $25.00. These are the last of the remaining shirts, now being offered at a $10.00 discount, once they are gone they are gone for good, no re-printing.
COLOR: Charcoal Heather
FABRIC: 50% Cotton 50% Poly blend.
FIT: Slightly “modern fit”, but longer body length.
BRAND: (Unknown) Manufactured by RVCA Clothing. These shirts were made by art show sponsor RVCA Clothing, using their screen-printer. These shirts are right between “vintage buttery soft” thin, and “classic” thickness, so they’re “just right”.