Lords of Seatown, Poster Art by Quincy Quigg
Dirty Dan goes “beast mode” for the Hawks before he judges the Lords of Seatown and heads to the game. We won.
This bird’s eye view of Marginal is exceptional.
Max was ripping! Egg plant anyone? Yes please.
More proof. Max fs air over the pillar.
Sky thinks it’s funny that Max even has a tax ID#
Jamie Jacobsen was shredding gnar hips and scaring sweatered babes all day.
Jamie hip andrecht while Huntz checks out his Kraftsmanship on that Leg board.
Jamie cues up a media blitz on this method blast.
Jamie same spot but more of a crooked cop, filmer, so chill.
Brice with a boneless beast with shred face full on.
This was one of the gnarliest lines of the day, Brice over the MW on the super vert.
The silent assassin Matt with a ns pick grind.
Sally gets pitted! Like this.
FS grabbing carve air from the events lone lady. Sally shredded!
Lords of Seatown MC and Grindline planner Micah Shapiro blunt fakie. On a skateboard!
Swayze was ripping until he fell and got a back breast….
Mikey full speed crail slide before back breast
Mikey whips around the cradle like the baby Swayze he is
Mikey rock and roll slide on the precipice
Hoko pissed at mom that she can’t shred the grom division
Kyle Ward bonelessed his way into the finals on his first, but not last, day of shredding Marginal Way
Kyle tucks the knee on a stalefish
Kyle took two laps around the park to get the speed for this melon poke over the big channel
Max, Danny (2nd place), Micah and Krush hang after and epic day for Seattle skateboarding
The victors the crew and legendary Seattle skater Tom Peha, high fives and keg beers all the way around!
Lib Tech’s first annual Lord’s of Seatown event went down recently at Marginal Way Skatepark in Seattle, WA and it was a damn good time. The whole Seattle skate community rallied around the event/fundraiser for the DIY park with everybody helping out as either a sponsor, volunteer, judge, emcee or by giving a few bucks outta their wallets. At the end of the day the event raised $2645.00 to help finish the next section of the park. There was also a grand in cash up for grabs too so there were heavy lines put together all afternoon. When it all finished, Max Hohlbein edged out Danny Tumia, Brice Neibuhr, young buck Kyle Ward and Jamie Jacobson. Check out the photo gallery by Tim Zimmerman and the video edit to see some of what went down.
Thanks to Lib Tech, Marginal Way Skatepark Association, Jones Soda Co., SnoCon, Sausage Skateboards, Black Market Skateboards, Dirty Bearings, evo, Amigos Skateboards, The Foundry, Grindline and Quincy Quigg for making the event the success that it was. We can’t wait for next year!
- Max Hohlbein – $500
- Danny Tumia -$300
- Brice Niebuhr -$200
- Kyle Ward & Jamie Jacobson (tie)