Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Judd Hertzler.

"Judd Hertzler contains a different fabric from the norm - possibly in a hard-to-follow paisley pattern. He's been on more missions than Charlie's Angels and continues migration between Sacramento and his original Connecticut stomping grounds. The art you see is most likely pulled from one of several journals Judd frequently updates during travel or while discovering new music. His mind is original, his size is massive, his art is mathematically sound, and his skating is inspirational. Judd rates Alaska as a future prospect, but has a lifetime goal to session every back alley in America. Try to catch a glimpse of the gentle giant and his paisley personality." - Peter McBride

Judd was pro for Foundation. I think he also rode for Arsenal and Scott Bourne's Unbelievers. Adio, too.

Note the Andre The Giant has a posse and Scarecrow stickers on Judd's sketchbook.

I maybe should have saved the final size of this at a slightly larger size so you could read more of the writing. Oops. It's looking like I'm going to take next week off from doing this so I've been using up whatever I have scanned in. I need a break.

The photos are by Grant Britain and Jason Case.

Transworld - March 1998 Volume 16 Number 3

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