Skate history museum (SHiMu, 实木)


101

"Promo Video" (sometimes called "World War II Report", 1992)



411 Video Magazine

Issue four (1994)
Issue five (1994)
Issue seven (1994)
Issue eight (1994)
Issue ten (1995)
Issue eleven (1995)
Issue twelve (1995)




Acme

~1992




Aesthetics

"Ryde Or Die Vol. 1" (2001)




Airwalk

~1991
~1991
~1991





Alien Workshop

Late 1990s (?)



Antihero

~1999 (?)
"Cash Money Vagrant" (2003)





Antisocial

2004



ATM Click

Ron Chatman (~1992)



Awaii

~1990



Blueprint

"First Broadcast" (2001)
~2001 (?)



Chocolate

Gabriel Rodriguez "Jimi Hendrix" (~1995)
"Las Nueve Vidas De Paco" (1995)
Chico Brenes (2015)



Church of Skatan

"Hellfire - Damnation - Skateboarding" (1995)



Color

"[self titled]" (1993)



Creature

"Promo Video" (mid 1990s [?])



Crupie

~2021



Dan Wolfe

"Eastern Exposure Zero" (1992) [not the first Eastern Exposure video - don't be fooled by the name]



Destructo

Late 1990s



Droors

Mid 1990s (?)
Mid 1990s (?)
Mid 1990s (?)
~1996
~1996



Element

~1994
"World Tour" (2000)



Emerica

2022



Etnies

~2020
Sheep ... Even though this says Sheep, it is technically Etnies, unlike the original Sheep Shoes from the 90s. Unlike the original 90s Sheep, the 2020s Sheep collection by Etnies was entirely vegan (i.e., no non-vegan shoes).




Fix Stix

~2000



Flip

Geoff Rowley (~2000)
Arto Saari (~2001)



Formula One [?]

~1992



Foundation

"Barbarians At The Gate" (1994) [Note the World Industries logo.]
"Rolling Thunder" (1995)
Kris Markovich (~1999)
"Nervous Breakdown" (1999)
"Art Bars" (2001)



Girl

"Goldfish" (1994)
"Mouse" (1996)
~1996
Rick Howard (~1996)
"Yeah Right!" (2003)
2003
Eric Koston (~2005 [?])
~2022



Globe

"Opinion" (2001)



Gullwing

~1989/1990



Hook-Ups

~1995
~1996
~1996



H-Street

Tony Magnusson (~1989)



Heroin

~2006 (?)



Hollywood

"Promo" (2002)
~2002



Hopps

Jahmal Williams (~2022)



I-Path

~2010 (?)



Krooked

2000s
~2020
~2022/2023
~2022/2023



Landscape

~2007 (?)



Lucero

Riky Barnes (1989)



Maple

~1996



MNC

~1996



Natural Koncept

~2022



Neighborhood

Neighborhood "Personalities Bideo" (1995)



New Deal

~1991
~1992
"Da Deal Is Dead" (1992)
"7 Year Glitch" (2002)



OJs

Nora Vasconcellos "Elite" and plain "Elite" (~2022)



Organika

~2008/2009



Overboard Enterprises (San Diego)

1999



Part

~2022



Plan B

~2006 (?)
(This is not an original  90s Plan B shirt.)



Planet Earth

~2010 (?)



Powell

"The Search For Animal Chin" (1987)
(Note that the video does not say "Powell Peralta" but "Powell Skateboards".)
"Chaos" (1992)
("Chaos" was also released by Powell, not Powell Peralta. That means Powell Peralta existed between approximately 1978 and 1991 - see below - and then again later. Powell on the other hand existed from 1992 until at least 2009.)



Powell Peralta

"Public Domain" (1988)
"Ban This" (1989)
"Propaganda" (1990)



Prime

"Five" (1995)



Rannalli

~1989

Geoff Rowley talking about buying his first board in a punk record store in Liverpool, England, and having to choose between Rannalli and Gullwing trucks: "They had two Ran[n]alli trucks, which were like junk [...]." He chose Gullwing. That was around 1989. 

Rannalli ad (Thrasher, January 1986)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, February 1986)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, January 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, February 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, March 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, April 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, May 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, June 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, July 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, August 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, September 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, October 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, November 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, December 1987)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, February 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, March 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, April 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, May 1988)

I'M NOT SURE IF THERE IS A RANNALLI AD IN THRASHER, JUNE 1988

Rannalli ad (Thrasher, July 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, August 1988)

Rannalli ad (Thrasher, September 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, October 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, November 1988)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, January 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, February 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, March 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, May 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, June 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, July 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, August 1989)
Rannalli ad (Thrasher, September 1989)
Late 1980s



Real

Mark Gonzales (~1999)
"Real To Reel" (2001)
"Recipe For Disaster" (2002)



Saigon Skateshop

Saigon Skateshop (Ho Chi Minh City, 2023)



Sci-Fi Fantasy

~2020 (?)



Servant

2015
2015



Shorty's

Steve Olson (~1999)
"Guilty" (2001)
~2004



Slap

2008



Smith

~1990



Sonic

"One Louder" (1995)



Speedwheels (Santa Cruz)

~1992



Stereo

2004
Stereo art show "Northern Exposure" at Antisocial skate shop (Vancouver, 1 May 2004)
Clint Peterson (~2005)



Supply

Supply shop deck (skate shop, Tel Aviv, 2019)



Tbags (T-bags)

~1992
~1992
"The Tbags experience / Are you experienced" shirt (~1992)
~1992
Tbags ad with Kris Markovich
Tbags ad with Kris Markovich
Tbags ad with Caine Gayle, Clyde Singleton, Mike Crum, Jason Ellis, Jason Maxwell, and Kris Markovich



Thomas Campbell

Tommy Guerrero "Ear Eye Data Poop" (2000; MoWax/Galaxia; Glx 08; PAL)



Thrasher

"The Truth Hurts" (1993)



Thunder

Early 2000s



Titan

Late 1990s



Toy Machine

"Live!" (1994)
"Heavy Metal" (1995)
"Welcome To Hell" (1996)
"Jump Off A Building" (1998)
Brian Anderson (artwork by Brian Anderson; late 1990s)
Brian Anderson (late 1990s)
Chris Senn (late 1990s)
Mike Maldonado (late 1990s)
Ed Templeton (late 1990s)
Team deck (late 1990s)
Ed Templeton sticker
Robot versus Bear (late 1990s)
Late 1990s
Late 1990s
Brian Anderson (late 1990s)
"Sucking The Life" (2003)
2010s (?)
~2018 (?)
C. J. Collins (artwork by Margaret Kilgallen)



Traffic

Traffic x Color Communications collab (~2022)
Kevin Coakley (~2022)
Kevin Coakley (~2022)
James Sayres "Good Boy Club" (~2022)



Underworld Element

~1991/1992



[Unknown]

~1989
~1989
~1989
~1990
~1990



Vision

~1990



World Industries

"New World Order" (1993)
From left to right: Daniel Castillo, Kareem Campbell, Daewon Song, Richard Mulder, and Shiloh Greathouse
World Industries, Blind & 101 "Trilogy" (1996)



Zero

"Thrill Of It All" (1997)
Matt Mumford (~1998)
Late 1990s
"Misled Youth" (1999)
"Dying To Live" (2002)



Zoo York

R. B. Umali: "Peep This" (1999)