One of the most iconic and influential snowboarders of all time, and still relevant as a rider today.
Jamie Lynn is snowboarding. One of the most iconic and influential snowboarders of all time, and still relevant as a rider today. He was the first snowboarder to create graphics for his own pro-model board twenty years ago. Today his art can be seen both in galleries across the world, and on his latest Lib Tech pro-model. His influence can be traced in every aspect of snowboarding, from riding styles to the way we see art in the sport. Often imitated, never duplicated.
We are honored to present Jamie Lynn in the artist lineup for the Ethos Exhibition. A lifetime of respect for his impact on snowboarding and art, a legend beyond words.
The attitude of freewill and self-expression that snowboarding embraces has shaped and influenced a genre of art and a thriving subculture of its own. Personal expression has set the tone for a wide variety of styles and artistic interpretations of the lifestyle.
Our first movement is to host the “Ethos” exhibition on June 16th at Revir Galleri in Oslo, Norway.
Artist and Curator Peter-John de Villiers has assembled a group of key artists that represent a wide spectrum within the genre. These seven creatives have had an impact on the visual aesthetic we see in snowboarding today.
BRYAN IGUCHI DANNY LARSEN SCHOPH JAMIE LYNN SCOTT LENHARDT AARON SCHWARTZ PETER-JOHN DE VILLIERS
Exhibition After Party will be at John Dee with Norwegian Punk band LAARHÖNE and special guests!
Det går mot jul i Reviret, og vi halser på for å få julemoroa i havn. Vi håper du tar turen innom for å henge over en (gratis kopp) kaffe, kikke på det fine utvalget vi har og slå av en prat – selv om du (som oss) sikkert begynner å kjenne litt på julestresset.
Vi har leeeenge jaktet etter den utlimate ullbuksa. Den typen som er tykk og tett nok til å holde deg skikkelig varm, men samtidig ikke klø. Her er den! Og den kommer med matchende ullgenser og buff i samme kvalitet, alt sammen fra lokalproduserte Graveniid of Sápmi.