Skateboard legend and ong time friend Gino Perez lends hid artistry to commemorate Kingswell's 10 year anniversary.
Gino Perez's unpredictable, expressionistic style can be seen throughout many of his colorful works.
Perez's unique absurdist style influenced by 90s graphic art that encompassed the world of skateboarding has been featured on KTLA, Art in America and VoyageLA.
Perez has been quoted as saying, "Art is such a part of me, I think it's in my DNA." Perez's unique absurdist style influenced by 90s graphic art that encompassed the world of skateboarding has been featured on KTLA, Art in America and VoyageLA.
Rising through the core skateboarding world in the early and mid 90's, Gino was supported by brands and names like Mark Gonzales, Lance Mountain, Kareem Campbell.
You can see how his tag line, "From the Ghetto to the Getty" embodies a rags to riches life always emblazoned with creativity and pure art.
Kingswell is hyped that Gino choose the Mickey Mouse imagery for our collaboration, as you know, the mouse and the Disney roots at Kingswell run deep. 100 years deep to be exact. Kingswell has the distinct honor of being Walt Disney's very first art/animation studio. our 10th year in business, also marks the 100th anniversary of Walt Disney taking up residence in this exact address. Sure, things may have looked a bit different then, but the excitement and creativity are still felt within our walls to tis day. Gino's design (complete with a hidden "100") is available on a limited 50 skate decks, and a small run of T shirts.