Starting tomorrow July the 5th, at bastard store we run the Summer Sale with discount up to 30% on most of our products.
If you subscribed to our Newsletter, you already received a coupon code that gives you an extra 10% on EVERY product for the first week, not only on discounted products, but also on any online purchase or in the actual Milano store. If you still didn’t get the coupon it’s about time to:
We are very proud to present one of the most expected products for the summer: the bastard Skull Pint Glass. A Nonic/English pint beer glass, sandblasted by hand in Brixlegg, Tyrol – Austria.
During a summer tour in Tyrol, we met a good glassware company. The company is located near The Cradle skate park in Brixlegg, one of the top parks in Europe, where the movement of the tricks meets the cold beer breeze. Beer after beer we thought why not produce our own bastard customized beer glass.
Proudly Brewed by Those Lazy Italians.
We chose the English pint (also called Nonic pint) among other glasses. We chose this pint because of its improved grip and as we also know that the grip is the most important value when stability decreases, just as skateboarding teaches us everyday.
• O.G. bastard skull and logo sandblasted
• cardboard gift box
• tempered glass shock and thermal resistant
• dishwasher safe
• capacity 58,5 cl
• diameter 89 mm – height 153 mm
I took these two pictures during the construction of the bastard bowl back in 2008.
The boss gives directions, then turns his back and it’s instantly showtime :)
When I think Marcin sometimes I just crank up, other times I catch myself getting a little nostalgic knowing that the other half of the laughter is gone with him.
Sunday, May 18th at Cinetown Skatepark in Cinecittà, Rome, Marcin’s friends gather to spend a nice day together and bring back a bit of those laughs that the Flying Polish used to bring to any session!
Rest in peace Marcin and thanks for the journey.
In the Spring bastard Jammin’ collection we collaborated with two photographers that contributed to keep the Italian skateboarding media alive in the late nineties and early 2000s.
Giuliano Berarducci doesn’t need any intro, having documented almost everything happen in bastard, just look at his website, giulianoberarducci.com to find some of the most epic bastard store shots. Gabriele Lopez has photographed the skateboarding and hardcore scene during the 90′s, then he started a more artistic path documented on his personal book “Stories by Gabriele Lopez”.
Our friend and co-worker Motoki Yoshio, beside working as designer and teaching since many years, knows how to draw with a ballpoint pen. For bastard he digged deeper at the roots of lucky and dissected one of the most iconic objects of japanese culture: maneki-neko.
You can still find his super limited Neko t-shirt in some shops and of course in our own bastard store. Good luck!
2501 celebrates the bastard spring summer 2014 collection with this cool black and white lined artwork called Flamingo, available on t-shirt and sweatshirts at the bastard store.
Recently in Perth Australia painting for a convention called “PUBLIC” and organized by FormWa Gallery. He painted two enormous scale walls that are both impressive as usual… and he touched our hearts with the Fremantle mural dedicated to the loving memory of Claudio KADO Sinatti . Read the full story on graffuturism.