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Monday, February 28, 2011

BB Bastidas debuts Down under

Our fellow Free Crafter BB Bastidas is having his first International Art show in Australia at the China Heigths gallery . I have worked with BB for a few years now and saw his Crafting develop since his early beginings, I actually had him show at an art show 2 years ago here in San Diego. He has also done a Canvas in Thrasher Magazine, Artwork for Baker Skateboards, Altamont and C1RCA. Busy man, and definately part of The Underground

I am also proud to say that the Evilgoods will will be doing a colaboration with his "Indian Wolf" painting as a colaboration so Stay tuned...

Here is an Interview I did with him-
BB, tell me how long you¹ve been doing your art, and where you get your

B.B>ive been doing art as long as i can remember, like just being a little kid making stuff, but there was a turning point where I was like i really want to start making stuff and try to pressure it. I think i was 18 I was staying in SF for about a month at this house with all these guys that were making music and doing art, and before that i have really never seen stuff in person like that so when i got back home (Oceanside CA) I started painting and I remember think the first one i did turned out a lot better then i thought so i just kept going with it.I get my inspiration from a lot of places Skating, my homies, music im really into like the illuminati and old psychedelic stuff, oh yeah and crazy people always make me think.

You right a lot of sayings on your art, like you are talking to someone, who
is that? And what is your message...

B.B>I just write stuff that i thinks funny or what ever the painting is about to me, so i guess im talking to myself and i guess to who ever is looking at it. I dont know sometimes ill be doing something and it will make so much sense to me then ill look at it later and be like aaaww what was i thinking. But one time I was doing a group show in LA and stood behind some people looking at one of my painting and this dude was going off on what it was about like he explained it way better then i could.

Tell me about your Gorilla character, who is this beast?

B.B>Oh thats my homie he was made by playing that game where you draw one thing then pass it to your friend and then he draws something and you just keep passing it back tell it looks like something. But yeah he is from outerspace. Shout out to Baby R

What in the hell is NS Krue?

B.B>NS KRUE was started in 2001 in oceaNSide CA by me and some other homies cause we all got with some fat chick and were like "wow that was No Standards" then the name just stuck. It was like 3 dudes at first then we made everyone that wanted to get in do something that they didnt want to do like brake up with there girlfriend or steal beer or some shit we were pretty young. But then it just keep getting bigger and bigger and started to catch on, then we linked up with Ego mob and they became krue and now theres like krue chapters in Denver, LA etc. and still growing what year is it know fuck its been running for a minute.

Who have you done art for?

B.B>The first thing i ever did was for Richie (Belton) it was a crimson deck it was a devil in hell and i was soooo hyped to have something that was being produced and on a skateboard, so yeah thanks Belton! But I have worked for Baker,Circa Combat, Altamont, Deathwish, oh yeah i did a board for lizard when he was on Think.and I work with Keep A Breast its for breast cancer awareness. I dont know...

With so many artists out there, what makes you stand out from the sea of
artists out there right now...

B.B> Im me and their them.

Thanks BB!!

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Now available at 5 & A DIME

The Evilgoods Underground is very proud to announce that we are availabe at the amazing 5 & A Dime shop in Downtown San Diego. This shops eye to details and style are always on mark. Jay Huggins the owner of this Shop always delivers service and knowledge of what is going on our streets. They put a nice write up and photos up on their Blog here.

EG x 5 & A Dime Underground Brotherhood

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Hell yeah Blair..

Our fellow Undergrounder Blair Alley posted the Evilgoods on Rad collector...Good looks Brother!

Monday, February 7, 2011

Born in California

The Evilgoods Underground is making 69 Limited edition California Skate Decks with Griptape, hand numbered and signed. (wheels, trucks, hardwear not included)

Price will be announced soon. If you are interested in reserving your deck & griptape please contact us at, keep posted for more details.

"Skateboarding was probably born sometime in the late 1940s or early 1950s when surfers in California wanted something to surf when the waves were flat. No one knows who made the first board, rather, it seems that several people came up with similar ideas at around the same time. These first skateboarders started with wooden boxes or boards with roller skate wheels attached to the bottom. The boxes turned into planks, and eventually companies were producing decks of pressed layers of wood -- similar to the skateboard decks of today. During this time, skateboarding was seen as something to do for fun besides surfing, and was therefore often referred to as "Sidewalk Surfing".
A skateboarder in Tallahassee, Florida.

The first manufactured skateboards were ordered by a Los Angeles, California surf shop, meant to be used by surfers in their downtime. The shop owner, Bill Richards, (from val surf) made a deal with the Chicago Roller Skate Company to produce sets of skate wheels, which they attached to square wooden boards. Accordingly, skateboarding was originally denoted "sidewalk surfing" and early skaters emulated surfing style and maneuvers. Crate scooters preceded skateboards, and were borne of a similar concept, with the exception of having a wooden crate attached to the nose (front of the board), which formed rudimentary handlebars."


Sunday, February 6, 2011

North County Twisties

My friend Ky invited me out for a ride with his friend Mike to break-in Mike's new build. A really nice KZ400 cafe bike. So I called my buddy Mike who knows all the twisties in north county san diego and we rolled out for some good times, I just snapped a few photos of the KZ400, Ky's Cafe XS650, and My H.D. Flat-tracker.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Almost there

I have been working on this '68 Dart for 4 years. When I bought it, Jon Allie was looking at it at the same time on craigslist here in San Diego. we are both car freaks, especially late 60's coupes. I called him and said, " Hey man, there is a 68 dart for sale in Del Mar, I'm gonna grab it..." He said, "I'm already driving to the guy's house, I was gonna buy it, but Fuck it, I've got the Nova, you can get it." I couldn't beleive it...Any way, that was then. Since then I have completely ripped the thing apart, and put it back together, I rebuilt the entire suspension, changed it from an automatic, to a four-speed, Built the entire motor myself, Re-painted it the original F7 dark green it was when it came off the assembly line(It was white when I bought it) and with the help of Jon Allie, Rich from the now defunct Smokey's, and Ryan shown cutting the fourspeed hump, and Oceanside Ralph's Adrian it's almost there. I lost some friends along the way, made some new one's, and now, the thing is looking kinda like it might roll. Now maybe I can get back to the BSA, and find a place for Jesus...

Far East

Its been a bit since I've been to Japan, i miss that place, always good inspiration, Art food and People, I did this graphic to get me motivated to get back there!!
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