20.07.11 by Jeff

Ryan Lange

Skateboard pinstriping by Ryan Lange.

Skateboard Pinstriping by Ryan Lange

Watch the video below!


Video by Lisa Frame.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Joost the Host

    Amazing! Wondering what kind of paint that could be? I really love the videos you post that gives insight on the workflow of the artist Jeff!

    • Kevin

      Its OneShot sign painters paint. And a special pin striping brush.

    • BigCub

      nice striping skills.. The paint pinstriper’s use is called One Shot enamel.

    • Kevin

      Its Oneshot Sign Painters Paint and a bad ass pin stripping brush.

    • Franky

      Signwriters’ enamel, the brush is a short-handled swordliner.

  • I need this guy at my shop ASAP.

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  • And wanted to say Hi.





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