I feel sorry for the “model” who got a big break only to end up bent over facing away from the camera with a Jimmy’Z fanny pack and her ass being the main attraction of the poster. “Look Ma, I’m on a poster!” Unbelievably, the seller thinks this is worth $79! I made an offer $10, which he refused. I upped the ante to $11, and the seller countered with $35. I don’t think they recognized the sarcasm in my bids.
- Thanks to Matthijs for the tip
The copyright on this “Funky Enterprises” poster says 1988. It’s number 3202, titled California Girls-Skateboard. I case you were wondering, those board has 95a Bones Streetstyle wheels were styled by Renee’s Skateboards and Activewear of Los Angeles. That’s in California, don’t ya know? Incredibly, a quick Google search for “Renee’s Skateboards and Activewear” comes up with nothing, so I guess Renee got out of the biz.
As for the board on the left, I’m not sure. G&S made some decks in that stain pattern (seen here), but looking at the length of the shape in the picture, it looks more like a longboard. Anyone recognize the top graphic? Protec helmets make the whole thing even more authentic, except for the lack of griptape on top of the red board.