Powell Peralta Oval Dragon Sticker Reissue
About the Oval Dragon Artwork:
Inspired by Lord of the Rings, George Powell asked artist VC Johnson to work on creating a new dragon graphic in 1980. He suggested designing it in a logo-like oval shape since its intended use was for stickers and t-shirts. The graphic was finalized during the Gold Cup contest series and both Caballero and McGill rocked the graphic on their boards at the Upland Finals. The Oval Dragon was used on a price point series of decks and assemblies and also became the official top graphic for all Powell-Peralta decks until it was replaced in 1987 by the Winged Ripper graphic.
Originally Released: 1980
Artwork by: Vernon Courtlandt Johnson
- gold Dragon
- Transparent background
- 3.5 x 5″
Powell Peralta Vato Rat Sticker
Comes in black or white print with a clear background. Roughly 7″ x 2″.
About the Vato Rat Bones Artwork:
The Vato Rat was created by artist Craig Stecyk. Coming from the Santa Monica Dogtown “Z-Boy” surf-skate scene of the 1970’s, Stecyk was surrounded by Hispanic gang culture and graffiti. At the time he was airbrushing a lot of Zephyr surfboards and blended that influence into his work. The Vato Rat was one of the many symbols he used to decorate surfboards and generally mark territory at local surf spots. In 1983 Stacy Peralta decided to bring the Vato Rat back as a Powell-Peralta graphic. They called it “Rat Bones” and it was used in advertising, on decks, stickers and T-shirts.
Originally Released: 1983
Artwork by: Craig Stecyk
- black and white
- clear background
Toy Machine “Know Pleasure” Sticker
Brand new classic sticker from Toy Machine Skateboards- Ed Templeton’s company.
This one is a take-off of the classic Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures” album cover.
For your fridge, snowboard, ramp, helmet, bike, skateboard, car, toilet, motorcycle….stick ’em where ever you like.
6″ x 3″