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Andy Jenkins Braves The Element

by The Editors on October 3, 2017

Former Master Cluster member Andy Jenkins has been named Global Art Director of Element Skateboards. In otherwords, he just got a great new job at Billabong.

Global General Manager, David Brooks says “Andy is another fantastic addition to the Element family who delivers on our strategy to elevate art and our creative output, while attracting and managing relationships with some of the world’s best artists.”

We’re happy if Andy is happy because really, Mel Bend can do no wrong. For the official word from Element (and a quote from Andy), please follow the jump.

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Andy Jenkins + The Hundreds

by The Editors on September 23, 2012

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Wrench Pilot is the bomb in a collaboration between Girl Skateboard’s Andy Jenkins and LA style boutique The Hundreds. Three shirts and a snapback is about all you need. It’s all good. Check it, or click here for an interview with Andy Jenkins from The Hundreds Magazine.

[Link: The Hundreds]

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Rick Howard On Andy Jenkins In Color

by The Editors on February 25, 2010

C34Ca4A49De2E072D4Faef9Cea679E69-E065A1B71F8B5Bc003980494E673229CColor Magazine has followed up a print magazine feature on the Girl/ Art Dump designer and artist Andy Jenkins with some interviews with people who have worked with and for Andy over the years. The first on the list is Girl Skateboards founder Rick Howard, who says Andy is part of the family.

“He hired himself,” Howard said. “He did the logo and our 1st board series. The rest is history, honored that he wants to be here.

Follow the link for the rest of the 10 question interview.

[Link: Color Magazine via Clubmumble]

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Girl, Jenkins, Carroll x Product (Red)

by The Editors on April 21, 2009

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Andy Jenkins and Girl have developed a second round of Product (Red). This time it is two limited edition Girl Mike Carroll decks.

With every board sold, Girl givs a majority of its profits to the Global Fund.

[Link: Join Red via Club Mumble]

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Blockhead Skateboards 30th Reunion Party

by The Editors on November 6, 2015

Join Dave B and the old school Blockhead Skateboards crew in Oceanside, California on Saturday night November 7, 2015 for their 30th Anniversary Reunion Party Art Show. The party will features classic photos by Grant Brittain, O, Spike Jonze, Michael Blanchard, Steve Sherman, Mark Waters, Tobin Yelland, Hunter Kimball, Luke Ogden, Christian Kline and more, plus the art of Ron Cameron, Dave Bergthold, Ron Lemon, Andy Jenkins, and Jeremy Wray.

The  party begins at 7 PM at Link Soul Gallery at 530 S. Coast Highway in Oceanside, California. For all the details, please follow the jump.

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The Art Dump Clocks In Art Show

by The Editors on April 5, 2012

4Cb6D9F073B311E1B9F1123138140926 7On Friday evening, April 6, 2012 members of Girl SkateboardsThe Art Dump will open a group art show at THIS Los Angeles.

The show will feature works from Andy Jenkins, Eric Anthony, Hershel Baltrotsky, Michael Coleman, Christian Morin, Andy Mueller, and Chris Waycott. Not only that, but the first 100 people to arrive will get a free tote bag from incase featuring “the faux-office-inspired graphics of The Art Dump.”

The opening begins at 7 PM. THIS Los Angeles is located at 5906 N. Figueroa St. Los Angeles.

[Link: THIS Los Angeles]

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Maturday Nights At Hensley’s Pub

by The Editors on December 15, 2010

Maturday Nights Flier#1The Skateboard Mag and Super Brand are presenting Maturday Nights on December 18, 2010 to raise money for Grind For Life. The night of music, art and fun features the work of J. Grant Brittain, Dave Swift, Andy Jenkins, Mike Blabac, Don Pendleton, Tony Larson, Mark Penxa, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Isacc McKay Randozzi, Randy Laybourne, Steph Walker, Michael Coleman, Dan Boulton and Jess Andrews with music by DJ Lardog and MC Rich The Stich.

A silent auction featuring top artists and photographers plus a raffle featuring the best skateboarding brands will raise money for “Grind for Life”, a unique organization that helps people with cancer and their families through skateboarding-related events. . . “When Mat passed I knew I wanted to do something to keep his spirit and love for music and skateboarding alive,” said Tony Larson, SUPERbrand Creative Director. “I’m blown away by the generosity of Matt Hensley and all of the brands and artists who are committing to this. Mat would be stoked.”

It all goes down at 8 PM Hensley’s Pub at 850 Tamarack Ave. Carlsbad, California. Follow the jump for more info.
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Are You A Contributor?

by The Editors on August 25, 2009

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Smile On Your Brother is a traveling art show and auction (the first contributor project) “conceived by Mike Giles and Annie Lam and co-curated by Bob Kronbauer of www.clubmumble.com fame.” The show is raising money to provide 100 skateboards to disadvantaged youth across Canada.

The auction, which began yesterday and continues until October 20, 2009, features what organizers are calling “the original shape of skateboards when they first hit the market” featuring art by skateboarding artist and “those affected by the skateboarding industry.”

Participating artists include: Thomas Campbell, Randy Laybourne, Dave Carnie, Don Pendleton, Chris Pastras, Andy Jenkins, Andrew Pommier, Bob Kronbauer and more (click here for the full list).
The art show will hit six shops in Canada (starting at Live Stock Vancouver Aug. 24-26, 2009).

[Link: Contribute via @gwinterbottom]

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Spare Change Opening At The Hibbleton Gallery

by The Editors on March 7, 2009

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After all of these years of creating very public art and design Andy Jenkins (pictured right with Russ Pope) still gets nervous when people see his new work for the first time. “I get really self-conscious about my work,” he says. “Especially when my family says anything. If they walk into the studio and they don’t say anything and they’re I just looking over my shoulder I go, Ah, man, forget it. They have to say just the right think or I’ll throw the piece away.”

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Iconoclast LA Pop-Up Until April 11

by The Editors on February 25, 2009

Iconoclast La Store

Get them while you can. The new Iconoclast Pop-Up will be popped up at 451 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA until April 11, 2009 so for the next 35 days it will be the spot to get limited edition art, prints, books, and other stuff from some of our favorite artists:

The Iconoclast Editions pop-up shop features work by David Ellis, Jimmy Baker, Harmony Korine, Neil Farber, Jacob Dyrenforth, Ohad Meromi, Charley Harper, Lisi Raskin, Ryan McGinness, Larry Clark, KAWS, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinley, Chris Johanson, Raymond Pettibon, Shepard Fairey, Todd Cole, Mark Gonzales, Evan Hecox, Jo Jackson, Todd James, Takashi Homma, Os Gemeos, James Jarvis, Andy Jenkins, Spike Jonze, Ari Marcopoulos, Geoff McFetridge, Steve Powers, Mike Mills, Thomas Campbell, Terry Richardson, Mark Borthwick, Craig Stecyk, Ed Templeton, Henry Chalfant, Tobin Yelland, Clare Rojas, Antonio Adams, Cynthia Connolly, PAM, Andrew Pommier, KR, Cheryl Dunn and many more.

We were going to say something about Mike Mills and celebrity salad bar designers, but we’ll save that for another time..

[Link: Iconoclast LA]

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