Nirvana’s promotional Saturday Night Live postcard, 1992.
"If I met you in real life…" finish it in my ask. (via grubby--garbage-queen)

"If I met you in real life…" finish it in my ask.


Bikini Kill scanned in from a local bay area fanzine called PUNK from the 90’s.

LORDS OF DOGTOWN, Heath Ledger, 2005 

Tony Alva in the Dog bowl

“For me, skateboarding started in 1965, so by the time the Dogtown era came around I’d already been skatin’ for 10 years. When I started it was clay wheels and mostly home made decks. We were just trying to copy surfing. Everything about skateboarding had to do with surfing. It was all about fun and a way to surf when the waves were shitty.”
 –Jay Adams

This photo of Jay was shot in 1975 by his father Kent skating his driveway outside there house in Venice. Jay’s style and aggression on his board paved the way for what skateboarding is today. Forever in our hearts!