In the newsstands around Italy since a few days, the new 6:00AM Skateboard Culture Magazine issue sports an Edo Paris double page bastard ad, shot by Giuliano Berarducci.
Edo rides on a skateboard from at least 20 years and his one of the most powerful and all-around skaters ever in Milan. During some days of the week you can find him at the bastard store where he works as store manager.
Thames & Hudson has just published Total Office Design – 50 Contemporary Workplaces, a 320 pages book edited by Kerstin Zumstein and Helen Parton featuring fifty office projects from around the world.
To the bastard store by studiometrico the editors dedicated four pages with pictures by Giuliano Berarducci.
The book is now available at the bastard store – as usual – and costs € 30,00.
Many collaborators and friends have gathered again for the now classic photo shooting with photo master Giuliano Berarducci, who, as a ship captain from other times, guided us through the stormy weathers of the semestral shooting that gave birth to the spring summer 2011 bastard catalog.
Thank you, thank you and more thank yous to Enrico “ERREDBARON” Predeval, Mattia Turco, Nicola Giordano, René Olivo, beautiful Giulia “fastidio” Boselli and young Easy, who posed for the first bastard kid collection.
Enjoy the images.
Braun Publishing just published Chris van Uffelen’s Re-Use Architecture, a 408 pages bulky book with amazing images and descriptions of recent and notable re-use architecture projects.
To the bastard store project by studiometrico, on the refurbishing of the old Cinema Istria, the book dedicates a four page feature with Giuliano Berarducci’s photographs.
Available from today at bastard store – of course – for € 78,00.
The Burn Skate Battle has started, this week with the Vans team.
Three days around Tuscany with Nicola Giordano, Simone Verona, Federico Borchi and mistery guests Marco Giordano and Fabrizio Iron P Venosa, behind the restless lens of Giuliano Bearducci.
Skateon publishes a daily report every night, in which you can see the challenges and the guys that think them up, like Gros.
Los Angeles, second and last stop for my US visit. I’ve been crashing at Nick Trapasso’s and Neen Williams’s house for the fist two days: tipical skater house with plenty of beers and house guests, and a tatoo machine that never stops! Everybody coming through the place might get a tatoo, artwork provided by Nick or Neen.
Finally we go out on a sesh, and what a sesh! Some well known faces in the worldwide skateboarding scene as you can see in the picture above from left to right: Neen Williams, Cole Matthews, Benny Fairfax, Nick Trapasso, Julian Davidson, Andrew Brophy.
For the last two days I stayed at Federico Vitetta’s, a.k.a. Feds, originally from Milano, Italy, then moved to LA. Feds, besides being filming for years along with Ty Evans and Spike Jonze for the Crailtap Fam, couple years ago went Tm for Lakai. There i was roomies with Daniel Espinoza, new am for Lakai and Chocolate, too damn stylish. So we’re out on another mission, i even manage to squeeze in my boy Derrick Wilson, (the other Affiliate Skateboards rider in Cali along with Neen Williams), and little Espinoza takes us to a secret spot where someone (probably Berra?) planted this mimetic ledge, and we proceed with some filming. Raymond Molinar shows up too, and it’s on…
Unfortunately i can’t give you the bangers (not many anyways since you get kicked out so often in Socal), but i can at least share these few images to hopefully give you the gist…
Here I am, dealing with my annual pilgrimage to the States. First stop Chicago, almost a second home to me after having collaborated for years with the local skateboard company Affiliate Skateboards. And i obviously had to pay a visit to Uprise Skateshop, owned by my good friend Uriah Ruta.
Check out the photos that usually speak louder than words! Next stop LA, to visit the californian side of the family, Neen Williams and Derrick Wilson.
In the COMVERT HQ offices, located in Via Scipio Slataper 19, Milano, we will hold on Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th July, a workshop with Marianna Santoni, Adobe guru in Photoshop for photography. Hours will be 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm each day.
The program is as follows:
- Day 1: Overview on the Raw format, how to shoot it best and how to handle it in camera raw. Brief overlook on archiviation and digital flow management in Lighroom. Working with layers, layer masks, etc.
- Day 2: Advanced selection and retouching techniques; working with channels; overview on unsharp masks.
- Day 3: Optimization of images for RGB and CMYK print; practical exercises on all of the aforementioned subjects.
If you’re interested, even for one of the three days, we still have a couple of vacant seats, if you pass the admission test!
Lessons will be held in italian. We also recommend bringing your own laptop.
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 333-9595-730