Seven Adams Hand-painted Skateboards

Seven Adams Hand-painted Skateboards

Words by Seven Adams

“Hey, I’m making and selling some hand-painted skateboards to help to fund my new company, Adams Skateboard Co. Let me know if anyone is interested. You can email me at [email protected] Thank you all for your support through the past months. Ya rule. Here’s a few pics of the boards.” – Seven Adams

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Seven Adams Hand-Painted Skateboards. Photo by Dan Levy

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Seven Adams Hand-Painted Skateboards #1-4. Photo by Dan Levy

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Review by Seven Adams supporter Staci Palmisano:

“When Seven Adams lost his Dad, legendary Skater & Surfer Jay Adams, a few months ago, he was heartbroken. Like most people who suffer a loss, he had, still has, intense emotions flowing through his body. I spoke with Seven recently about this and how he has been channeling his energy. Besides surfing, Seven is trying to create a name for himself. Refusing to create a “Fund me” site and ask for handouts or to sell out his Father’s name, Seven is creating Skateboard decks right out of his home. Each one is an piece of original art. No Deck will be the same, signed by the artist of course and my favorite part, the Logo, is sic and brilliant.

With the sales of his art, Seven is starting his own company, in his name, not his Father’s. Although he will always be known as “Jay’s son”, he can and will create on his own and thrive from his hard work and not from his name. If you think he is rolling in dough on his Dad’s coat-tails, think again. He has not received any of his Father’s assets or residuals. All of his funding comes from his art.

Seven is a man (at 21) of integrity, wisdom and positivity. He understands that these are the years he needs to learn how to survive and how to make it. He welcomes the hard times as learning experiences. His Mom, Samantha has that same spirit and it shines through his as much as Jay’s good looks and easy going personality does.

I both advise you to invest in one of Seven’s decks for your own profit reasons (This kid is going places) and at the same time support a guy who is headed down the right path.”

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Seven packing up and shipping out his first orders for his hand-painted skateboards. Photo by Marcello Baglioni

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Second Series 10-14 of Seven Adams Skateboards.

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The very first Seven Adams hand-painted skateboard. Photo by Dan Levy

2 comments

  • Patrick February 23, 2015

    Love the design[:

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  • Richard koos McGowen August 29, 2015

    How can order a board? I’m down with you on this!

    Reply

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