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LAMBROTHERDAY

Sunday May 24 there is party going on with the Lambrothers, starting from 3PM at the Parco Lambro Skatepark (subway green line M2 Udine stop). Come with friends, it doesn't matter if they ride on skateboard or not, it will be fun.

[...] si festeggia un pezzo di storia del bowlriding italiano: dodici anni di skateboarding in parco Lambro! Il contest inizierà dopo le ore 15.00 ma sarà solo un pretesto per fare festa. La direzione artistica di questa "jungle edition" è affidata a Edo Paris che ha sviluppato una formula ispirata direttamente alla selezione naturale: la Royal Rumble! Quest'anno saremo supportati da una coralità di companies, distributori, associazioni, enti locali ed artisti. La colonna musicale dell'evento sarà come sempre curata da dj Machete. Con la clemenza del bel tempo si prospetta una domenica on fire. Would you like some bananas?

--G.d.S.

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When Washington D.C.'s skater and photographer Anthony Smallwood (@brokensquare on the gram) stopped by the bastard store for a visit sometime ago, he had told us about his ongoing work on the documentary photo book of a pool skating scene located in Washington DC. It was too good for not to spread the word in our circle.

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bastard Wall Paint Contest winner 2015 - Paolo Proserpio

Today the jury made their final decision on WPC entries, and we have the winner...

Paolo Proserpio, with his work named Presidents' Hair Cut Rocks that you see in the picture above. Paolo (Proserpio as we call him here) isn't a new name for us, as he frequently collaborates with bastard on different levels and on different graphical projects. We always have a subject in common: the print. He also teaches Printing Techniques and Brand Identity at the IED school in Milano.

Proserpio will use collage, acrylics and even some spray paint (hair lacquer?!) for his work on the main wall, in the coming days. If you want to know more about this dude follow him on instagram @paoloproserpio

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The new bastard Local Rats t-shirt is a tribute to two of the skaters that left their deepest mark at the bastard bowl: Jacopo Carozzi and Aref Koushesh.

The artwork, pencil designed by the italian father of skateboarding Max Bonassi, in full 80s style, is inspired by one the the best shots ever taken in the bowl by photographer Giuliano Berarducci.  The original photo has been published on Thrasher Magazine, as a poster on SHARE Skateboarding and is available as a free gift in the shape of a postcard at the bastard store.

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Today the bastard Wall Paint Contest to paint the bowl wall begins and you can start sending your artwork to the judges. This year the works received within 9th April 18th April 2015 will be printed and exhibited at the bastard store during the week of Salone del Mobile (a.k.a. Milan Design Week - yes we will open all of our spaces for the occasion and we will host daily skate sessions in the bowl too, every afternoon until dusk!)

Time is short but as we all know, this is only another kick to creativity.

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Monday 13th April at 6PM, we'll be busy with master Paolo Proserpio of Print Fast Dry Young, silkscreening live the artworks that the prisoners of Carcere di Bollate made for a special collaboration with bastard in its Jammin series.

See you at Spazioostrakon (zona Isola, Milano).