Be-mag 15th Anniversary x Jeremy Beightol

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.

Be-mag x Jeremy Beightol 2012

Jeremy Beightol and the 15 year anniversary celebration shirt with Be-mag. He has come up with these two new designs which are limited edition and will be available on t-shirts and a short run of hooded sweatshirts.


I've known artist JEREMY BEIGHTOL for probably about a decade now and can remember his artwork transitioning from early sketches to where he is today having not only launched KASPA, but having created many of the graphics for companies like Ground Control, 4x4 and, most recently, Psyko Clothing. In addition to his skating, more recently Jeremy has been back in the studio focusing on his artwork. His recent Pittsburgh show (along with Jesse Best) titled "SATAN IS REAL" was Jeremy's first big show and it was received very well! Jeremy was kind enough to give us this exclusive interview and pics from the opening night. Enjoy! -B

Chris Farmer: Intuition Shirt Promo Edit

Intuition team rider Chris Farmer proudly presents his exclusive signature shirt and accompanying promo edit. The Chris Farmer Signature Intuition shirt features original artwork by Jeremy Beightol. This is a limited edition product of only 125 pieces.

Be-mag 15th Anniversary x Tim Wolff

Tim Wolff has been working in collaboration with Be-mag for quite some time. You may know him from his other company the Blackjack Project or some of his contemporary artwork as "Timrobot" in Berlin.

New Intuition Brandon The Bulldog Campbell shirt at BCSD X

Brandon Campbell infamously once said, "Comebacks are for athletes. I am not an athlete, I am a bulldog." Intuition Skate Shop is proud to present 'The Bulldog' shirt, exclusively premiering at BCSD X. Featuring original artwork by the legendary Jeremy 'Deathbed' Beightol, inspired by the iconic rollerblading and personality of Brandon Campbell, printed on American Apparel shirts, and limited to just 100 pieces, this shirt is a must have for any B CAM fan.