LEGEND Ray Barbee

[pt_text color=”#dd3333″ css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]DESCRIPTION.[/pt_text][pt_marginblock margin=”9″ measure=”px” pt_hidden_viewport=””][pt_text color=”” css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]The word “legend” gets tossed around rather freely these days. Nothing wrong with that. After some fifty years of unmatched technical and cultural progression—skateboarding’s cast of notables is chock full of legendary. Our cup runneth over. However, in the case of Ray Barbee, “LEGEND” should be with an uppercase “L,” in flashing lights, and in all caps. Here’s why.[/pt_text]
[pt_text color=”#dd3333″ css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]CREDITS.[/pt_text][pt_text color=”” css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]Film by
Joe Pease

Written by
Mackenzie Eisenhour

Narrated by
Tony Hawk

Archival Footage Courtesy Of
Powell Peralta
Vans
The Firm Skateboards
Jon Humphries

Photos Courtesy Of
Skin Phillips
Spike Jonze
Steve Sherman

Inspired by the films:
Beginners – Mike Mills
A Brief History of John Baldessari – Supermarché: Henry & Rel[/pt_text]

[pt_text color=”#dd3333″ css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]CATEGORY.[/pt_text][pt_text color=”” css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]Skate[/pt_text]
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