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Element 2013 Fall/Winter “Hopping Trains In Seattle” Lookbook

Longstanding skateboarding imprint Element delivers a selection of well-executed imagery under its 2013 fall/winter lookbook. Aptly titled “Hopping Trains In Seattle,” the photos show Chad Tim Tim, Nick Garcia, Levi Brown, and a group of ams taking on the urban landscapes of Seattle as their own personal skate park. The photos do well to capture the reckless, free-spirited aesthetics of skateboarders and their continued search for exciting spots. Shot by Northern California-based photographer Brian Gaberman, who’s famed for his talent in exploring different mediums of documentation in the skateboarding world, these images are another striking testament to his work, moreover showcasing the energy and charisma of the sport and those within it.

Date: Jul 2, 2013  /  Views: 6094  /  Author: Arthur Bray
Category: Arts  /  Tags: Photography, Element, Brian gaberman