The Deep End

Posted in: Harvey, News by Richard Harvey on March 31, 2012


THE DEEP END – A Skateboarding Exhibition 

A collaboration with the launching of “Seventyseven”, a new company producing handcrafted custom skatedecks, Photographs from a Pool Session in Ventura, California 1975 by Richard Harvey and Skate Art by Jarro Dartnell.

Friday 13th April, doors open at 5 pm and Saturday 14th April from 9.30 am.

Harvey Surf Gallery, 10 Pacific Ave Miami, Gold Coast

Andy Cooper, creator of Seventyseven says he discovered Skateboarding in the Summer of 1977. A year in which the sport took a quantum leap when the “Z Boys”, riding empty swimming pools started to leave the coping and gave birth to the aerial manoeuvre that would in time revolutionize the sport, and influence both surfing and snowboarding.

Seventyseven is producing skatedecks that carry a sense of pride and a style that is unique and evolving. “We want our customers to have the freedom to design for themselves their own unique rides by choosing from a range of shapes, colours and styles. Our skatedecks are rideable works of art and our brand is a point of difference in the Skateboarding spectrum.”

“Ride Different”