Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Brooklyn Dodgers

Courtesy, professionalism and respect are what you'll find at Mollusk. Here's Joey Clams getting fuzzed for a rap sheet longer than his grandmother's linguini...




Grom Hollahide took a break from staining to assemble the new west bank...
KLM down tempo Madrid...
Allison Busch drums for Awesome Color and shreds!
A sophisticated yet Shady kickturn in scarf and gloves...
Hippie ollie w/long hair...

This 12-yo kat came via the police van that pretended to arrest Clams earlier in this post. He's involved in an after school arts program with Kayrock and Wolfy's Screenprinting biz and was allowed to paint on the building just as long as he didn't tag or cite a crew. (He saved that for our launch ramps) Here he is keeping it creative...



*We have a few copies left of the Farm's CD soundtrack for George Greenough's 'Innermost Limits of Pure Fun' which has been getting lots of airtime in the shop!

3 comments:

Nuno said...

yo dudes, can you please save one TSF last issue for me, thanks

tuga bra

Shipworm&Gribble said...

Volume 17, #1 is currently sold out but more copies should be here end o' the week!

spraybraham said...

Sophisticated yet shady" What a hott line!