THRASHIN’ Poster

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⚡️THRASHIN’ Rise of the Daggers: VELVET⚡️
“If Thrashin’ was made today it would be more Daggers and less Ramp Locals…”
Class Of 88 designed this poster art with all the love and respect to Sherilyn Fenn and the rest of the Thrashin’ crew.
Giclée printed poster. Note: Below sizes are inches

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Description

⚡️THRASHIN’⚡️As a kid, I used to watch Thrashin’ all the time. And I flipped with the soundtrack and 80s LA… Some days, I would just watch the opening sequence before jumping into the streets of my hometown on my Variflex skateboard. Some other days I would just sit and enjoy the full movie. The first few times I watched it was all nice Corey Webster and his crew “The Ramp Locals”, and the love story between Corey and Chrissy was somehow very 80s. They’re good guys. But they were trying so hard to be cool, and that didn’t work very well for me. So, I found myself digging the bad guys instead! From this point, watching the movie became a whole new experience. I didn’t need to try to connect to Corey and his friends anymore. I could just enjoy watching the Daggers coming down the road, and it was alright not to like Chrissy and lose your head over Velvet instead. I wanted to be as punk and stylish as Tommy Hook, I wanted to meet rad girls like Velvet and I wanted to live in a house that’s all spray painted, with friends always hanging around and Christian Hosoi skating my roof top with Tony Alva. If Thrashin’ was made today it would be more Daggers and less Ramp Locals.

Giclée Poster Print:
Museum-quality poster made on thick and durable matte paper. Each poster is giclée-printed on archival, acid-free paper that yields brilliant prints to brighten up any room.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%