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Pittsburgh artist Jeremy Beightol has had a pretty heavy influence on the blading industry over the past decade or more. You've seen his work in collaboration with companies like 4x4, Intuition Skate Shop, Ground Control, Psyko Clothing, his own brainchild Kaspa and now Be-mag.
Introduction by Kevin Chow
Text by Corey Casey
Designs by Jeremy Beightol
Let’s start by saying that Jeremy is a misunderstood person. More-so than most rollerbladers I’ve met in the past because Jeremy (which I'll refer to as Beightol from here out) he's not a typical dude and he's certainly not a typical rollerblader because I've met most of you and SURPRISE your not that special or unique. Beightol's ornery, looks like Lou Reed’s sister and will skate the weirdest shit ever. If you went to a house party and didn't know him already you'd hate him, love him or leave, which for me is fucking awesome because although I'm not a cool as Beightol I'm not easily likable either so I guess we both might have that kinship in a messed up, broken-person sort of way. I know he's a great painter. I have a painting of his in my living room here in California, which I'm looking at right now and it’s full of colors and small nuisances. There are little things that are hard to see if you don't look at it correctly or for long enough and Beightol is sort of like that too. Things can go easily unnoticed. He's always looked at things with a critical eye and he's honest almost to a fault. I liked the kid from the jump even though he's from Erie so, that’s saying something I guess. I know full well that there are a lot of haters out there and probably for your own good reasons too but much like myself, Beightol doesn't really give a shit. So, let's put it this way. Love it or leave it fuckers, because that's my dude.
- Cory Casey
Jeremy has teamed up with Be-mag and created two brand new t-shirt designs for our 15th Anniversary collection. There are limited quantities available, shipping worldwide from our Be-mag shop.
Jeremy put pencil to paper and came up with this extremely detailed design specifically for Be-mag. Titled "The Indian", this shirt can be found in our shop right here for 25 Euros + shipping.
We also have this print in limited quantities on a high quality zipper hoodie available here for 70 Euros + shipping.
"The Radvocate" t-shirt you can find right here in our online shop. Buy this worldwide for 25 Euros + shipping.
T-shirt too cold for wintertime? Get the Radvoate print on the back of a high quality zipper hoodie here. 70 Euros + shipping, now available worldwide.
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