We have already seen a couple of fresh designs for STU, who are the artists behind them?
“The first design (Lots of Logos) was done by me, and the second (War) was done by a very talented guy called Joseph Potter from Bristol, he also designed our newest skull-wheel logo along with 3 other wheel design ideas, one of which I will be using for some new wheels very soon.
I also currently have a designer from Birmingham by the name of Darren John coming up with some new designs for t-shirts and wheels so I am very excited to see what he comes back to me with.
But the big one is someone who cant be named just yet doing some designs for us, but these wont be released until next year once the brand has grown. That’s all I can really say about that.”
Was it always your intention to introduce new graphics frequently and keep everything changing or is it a case of finding your feet at the moment?
“I always planned to have new designs pretty frequently, grab people’s attention seeing new designs and get them excited for what’s coming next.
I do however eventually want to bring out ranges of wheels rather than just single designs but still stick to relatively small amounts.”
Thanks for your time guys – best of luck for the future!
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[Opposite: Rob Sandy | Heelflip Over Bench | Pic: Vic MacMahon]
[Inset: Rob McKinney | Tail Drop | Pic: James King]
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