WEAPONS OF MASS CREATION…the skateboard is a paintbrush and the world is an empty canvas.
“I consider skateboarding an art form, a lifestyle and a sport.” – Tony Hawk
ARSNL is an eco-friendly skateboard brand with a passion for producing both high quality decks and Apparel made from sustainable materials and is committed to giving back to communities. Our goal is to combine forward thinking design and high level craftsmanship with a long-term commitment to the environment.
ARSNL is always seeking the most environmentally responsible performance enhancing options for our products. The decks are made from sustainable bamboo from renewable sources and for every 100 boards sold, we donate a deck to an at-risk youth.
Inspired by Primrose’s “Impossible Triangle” our apparel features an array of street wear garments adorned with the eye-catching design. The collection comprises of not only tees, pullovers, jackets and hats, but also includes tricked-out skate decks worthy of any collector.
ARSNL donate at least 5% of profits to groups working to restore and protect the environment, including WWF – Australia, Australian Red Cross, Australian Indigenous Education Foundation, Greenpeace Australia, beyondblue, and Mission Australia.
A force to be reckoned with, ARSNL supply the ammunition to create change.
You can feel good and inspire others to take another small step for the environment with ARSNL Skateboards.
Surfboards & Surf Gear –100% Built on an Ethically Sound Footing
Boards made from Aussie grown Paulownia and Recycled Timber
100% Australian Made
Our TShirts & Board Shorts, Hats, Sun-Capes & Sarongs are designed, printed &
Made in Oz with Organically grown Cotton & Hemp & Sustainably grown Bamboo.
…..Mindful of where we tread , we’re doing good business ….
Ethically grown or made from recycled timbers, our Boards are built on the classic designs of surfing heritage and decades of surfing culture perfecting them. The truth is we love surfing and are passionate about our oceans and preserving them for the next generation of surfers. For the love of surfing, we evolved into a workshop making our own timber boards. We are now producing hand made boards from recycled and plantation grown timber and a range of ‘Surf Gear’ from sustainable and eco – friendly materials. It’s our responsibility to minimise our impact on the planet and set a good example.
Were based hinterland, near Byron Bay, Northern NSW.
We’re putting ‘Our Foot Down’ about the way things should be done – that means sustainably, environmentally friendly, promoting an eco-sensitive message out there to all – catering for young and old, surf’n lovers of sunshine, waves and the beach lifestyle, we’ve got the gear for all ages – and our new grom’s starting out. Our clothing range is touched by splashes of colour, just like nature is and compliment the chosen earth tones which are a dominant theme that match the beautiful Timbers of our Surfboards, reminisce of the original trees, ochre and our sand and pebbled beaches here in Australia.
About our Timber we use:-
Recycled timbers are accessed from demolition works, old logs and furniture. The laminates for hollow boards are made from waste strips from milling timber yards, every bit respectfully utilised, appreciating their origin. Australian Paulownia is descended from native Asia and is now an Australian Plantation timber, grown in four states. Paulownia is light in weight and pale blonde in colour with it’s own character grain but approximately the same strength as Cedar. Australian grown Paulownia is extremely stable and termite resistant. It has a magic feel like a firm balsa wood. It is very light and can be painted or stained to resemble any timber and it is great to draw on too.
We are creating artistic enviro – designs on our gear,
just to please you and Mother Nature.
The artwork designs on our Surfboards, printed onto Tshirts, Boardies, Capes and Sarongs are by local artists inspired by their love and appreciation of Mother Nature.
Our message is simply – Preservation, Conservation, Appreciation – and we’re putting our foot down about how things are made and the materials used.
Keeping the Environment in Mindfulness.
Stomp Surf Gear – We’re Putting Our Foot Down & Our Other Foot Forward
Emperor is a versatile and unisex skate brand aimed at young teenagers based on different subcultures and cultures (Grunge, Gothic & Emo). This is also reflected in the style that is used in the merchandise and branding itself. The merchandise will include skateboard decks, clothing (jumpers, hoodies, shorts and shirts) and shoes.
Because skateboarding isn’t really affected by the seasons, the merchandise can be used all year around.
The general colour palette of Emperor products will be predominantly black, grey and white with a few other colours mixed in here and there to add depth and give feeling to the merchandise. E.g. White, black & a dark blue. This in turn will also cause the brand’s merchandise to be cost effective as there isn’t an overload of colour that would otherwise make it expensive to produce.
Some of the symbols that will be used in the merchandise include skulls, robed figures, poison/gads masks. So generally dark things that tie in with the subcultures and cultures that the brand is based on.
The Emperor brand will also promote reaching out to others and raising awareness of depression in young teenagers, as it is a problem that is more common than most people think.
The name for my brand I have decided on is “stomp”. This will be a unisex skate brand. It will include skate shoe, roller skates/blades, T-shirts, clothing etc.
At the moment, My logo design is made of a handwritten Block lettered font I made/ drew, then scanned in and am currently editing and changing around colours etc.
It will be aimed more towards young people – teenagers/ young adults that come from the more regional/country areas rather than in the city setting.
Hopefully drawing inspiration from outback icons – animals, plants etc. this brand will be able to be used all year round.
Social issues to experiment with – promoting less boredom and violence amongst todays young people. Also to promote the benefits of being outside and active.
Potential colour palette – black, orange, yellow, blue, green, pink.
Symbols – Skate shoes, feet, skateboards, sun, animals, flora.
Some inspiring themes I’m looking at might be certain tribal patterns such as african tribal, either black and white or colourful. Or like this pattern image which is kind of an aztec pattern.
Mentioned this book to Kay last week but thought it would be of interest to one & all.
Here is a link to her website. She also designs lots of great textiles and home wares such as lamps and rugs.
Well worth a look…
First a few more of the cakes. Enjoy!
Why spend your autumn years just walking on the beach and dreaming? Why not try surfing and catch your wave to Hawaii? Feat Beat products can make it happen. We believe that older persons can master (beat) a new or forgotten skill (feat). Products are based on natural materials and are especially designed for comfort and safety for those less than agile.
Our products promote surfing as a component of a fitness program for seniors. We make apparel, surf mats and fins for people who desire variety and challenge.
You too can now ‘Change your life, One Wave at a Time, and have Fun’.