Ron Chatman is a legendary skateboarder who came out of the San Francisco Bay Area skate scene of the late 80s and early 90s. He made a name for himself with his unique style, creative approach to street skating, and powerful tricks. Ron is known for his ability to make difficult tricks look effortless and he has an impressive bag of tricks, including gnarly street gap and rail tricks, technical flip tricks and smooth transition skating. Ron Chatman is a true inspiration to skateboarders all over the world and his impact on the skateboarding community is undeniable.
Ah, Marc McKee is an absolute legend when it comes to skateboard art! His unique and quirky graphics helped shape the aesthetic of skateboarding in the 1990s. He designed for World Industries, Blind, and other skateboard companies during their heyday. McKee’s art was playful, irreverent, and often provocative, with a particular talent for turning cartoon characters into subversive icons of skate culture. It’s safe to say that his work has influenced generations of skateboarders and continues to inspire new artists to this day.