5050 Skatepark Staten Island Baseball T Shirt sreenprinting edit


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Found this on Google Plus- Old Man Dancing to Bobby Shmurda



I think Google Plus is going to be the next Instagram. Buy hey who the fuck am I a fucking Dog?

5050 Skatepark Staten Island Screen Printed Baseball T Shirts

Its opening Day for Baseball get Online or come by 5050 Skatepark and get some new 3/4 T Shirts!


On Sale Here





March 27 – April 19
Opening Night: March 27, 6-9PM
New York City

(Exact Location TBA)


On August 4, 2014, a Brooklyn apartment building was evacuated after cracks were discovered in the facade caused by a construction company working next door. The chaos of this evacuation provided an opportunity for RAE to re-enter the building where he once had a studio and reclaim from the basement a trunk, which had been detained there for four years by his then-landlord.
Four years earlier, RAE was forcibly removed from his studio because of tenant complaints related to his artistic practices in the building. He was refused his security deposit and barred from accessing the building, which prevented him from retrieving the trunk that had been housing his artwork, important sketches and other personal items. Despite numerous attempts to recover the trunk, it remained there until the evacuation of the building.
On March 27th, from 6-9pm the opening of “Trunk Work” will take place in an undisclosed location*. This exhibit will chronicle the series of events related to this incident and present recovered works alongside recent works that were developed from preliminary sketches and materials left in the trunk.
*The exact location of this exhibit will be announced closer to the opening date.

Is Stapleton slowly moving toward upscale cool?

nws-stapleton Photo by Virgini Sherry

Check out the write up about Stapleton and 5050 Skatepark here.

Mike Shane’s Fire Sale edit

Staten Island photographer Mike Shane‘s “Fire Sale” was a bona fide success, attracting a genuinely diverse all-ages audience —€” and we’re not just talking teens and 20-somethings here. Everyone from fourth-graders in skate helmets to senior citizens showed up to bid on Shane’s evocative, mostly black-and-white, works of art.

“Fire Sale” — a hybrid of visuals, DJ danceteria, live music and neo-vaudeville side show — was geared as an “Everything Must Go!” way to raise funds for Shane’s future photographic adventures as he expands his horizons beyond the borough.

Live performances by Tache De La Roche (New Orleans) and Pussywolf (NYC).

Song: Rising Sun All Stars – I Want You
Film/Edit by Brandon Bermudez Films.

Check it out.

5050 Skatepark Slideshow Photos

5050 Skatepark Slideshow photos. If you have ever been to 5050 Skatepark, you may have made it in here! Check out pictures from as far back as the designing of the original park!

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Thanks to all the photographers and especially you for supporting us!

Photos by Rob Dolecki, Mike Shane, Nick Jones, Krispher Johnson, Chris Marshall, Ed Pollio, Angelica Popolano,Tom Grunwald, Alexis Herrera, BREATHEcast, Refinery29, Tom Nazzaro, Valentino Scaramella, Rich Vossler, Paula Lobo, Gina Sherry, Lauren Steussy, Scott Marceau, Jay Maldonado, Carol Mittelsdorf, Michael Irving, Eric Isakson, and Margie Soto