Mike Giant's Impermanent Vacation Part II: The Trip From Albuquerque To San Francisco
In part II of Mike Giant's Impermanent Vacation we head back to the very beginning and explore Giant's earliest years, tracing his childhood influences, through college and moving out to San Francisco to working at the burgeoning Think Skateboards. Once he got out to San Francisco Giant began studying Buddhism and dabbling in LSD, so to celebrate Bicycle Day we are excited to present three new blotter paper editions from Mike Giant featuring designs of the actual blotter that Giant would sell throughout the 90s. Printed by Zane Kesey - who's father Ken Kesey founded the infamous 1960s Acid Tests - these editions are available individually and in extremely limited 3-print sets. Read on as we explore Giant's earliest influences, his approach to color, staying in the lines, LSD, mediation, Think Skateboards and much more in our latest installment in Mike Giant's Impermanent Vacation. Be sure to snag one of Giant's blotter editions right here on 1xRUN before they are gone. . .