jgrantbrittainphotos

Skateboarding and Art Photography by J. Grant Brittain

Encinitas, California · 510 Sales

jgrantbrittainphotos

Skateboarding and Art Photography by J. Grant Brittain

Encinitas, California 510 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(60)

Announcement   For thirty-seven years I've shot the best skateboarders in the world. This shop, full of skate action and skateboarding lifestyle photos, reflects the past (80s, 90s, 2000s), present, and future of skateboard photography. I've been behind the lens documenting key moments in skateboarding. From shooting Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Stevie Caballero, Tommy Guerrero, Rodney Mullen, and Mike McGill of the Bones Brigade in the eighties to Danny Way jumping the Great Wall of China in 2005, it's been a great ride so far.

I bring you some of my favorite skate shots. It's great when your hobby becomes your obsession and your profession.

Currently offering professionally printed 18x24" prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper Lustre paper and larger sizes on wood, metal and canvas. Add this shop to your favorites and keep coming back to see new images.

Enjoy the ride!
jgrantbrittain.com

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 16, 2017

For thirty-seven years I've shot the best skateboarders in the world. This shop, full of skate action and skateboarding lifestyle photos, reflects the past (80s, 90s, 2000s), present, and future of skateboard photography. I've been behind the lens documenting key moments in skateboarding. From shooting Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Stevie Caballero, Tommy Guerrero, Rodney Mullen, and Mike McGill of the Bones Brigade in the eighties to Danny Way jumping the Great Wall of China in 2005, it's been a great ride so far.

I bring you some of my favorite skate shots. It's great when your hobby becomes your obsession and your profession.

Currently offering professionally printed 18x24" prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper Lustre paper and larger sizes on wood, metal and canvas. Add this shop to your favorites and keep coming back to see new images.

Enjoy the ride!
jgrantbrittain.com

J. Grant Brittain

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5 out of 5 stars
(60)
rick holzman

rick holzman on Feb 15, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

These iconic, limited edition, smaller prints are made with the same care as the larger prints I have purchased from JGB. So awesome to be able to own a piece of skate history, from a fotog still documenting history today. Dealing with JGB has been a pleasure.

rmcortess

rmcortess on Feb 14, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

shipped on time in proper packaging. most importantly, the print is beautiful. thank you!

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About

I have been shooting skateboarding from 1979 to the present and see no end in sight.

I started shooting photos at the Del Mar Skate Ranch in 1979 while I was working there as a worker bee and eventually as the pro shop manager. I had watched the top photographers of the 1970s come through the skatepark with various pro skaters in tow and admired their work in the magazines months after they shot the photos. After borrowing my roommate's camera in February of 1979, I was immediately hooked on shooting. I honed my photographic skills by shooting my friends flying out of the cement bowls over the next few years.

In 1983 I helped found Transworld Skateboarding Magazine, and many of the photos you see in my store were featured within the covers of TWS over my 20 years as Senior Photographer and Photo Editor. My photos were on 60+ covers over that time.

In 2003 I decided to leave TWS with friends and start The Skateboard Mag, where I am today. (theskateboardmag.com)
My skate photos have been featured in magazines, books, and photo shows around the world.

I wanted to share some of my iconic skateboarding photographic images with fans of skateboarding. I hope they can find my shop interesting and helpful and that they can own a little bit of skateboarding history.

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  • J. Grant Brittain

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Photographer, Shipper

    While working at the Del Mar Skateboard Ranch in 1979 selling Cokes, Twinkies and miniature golf, J. Grant Brittain borrowed his roommate’s Canon and began what would become a 34-year-long affair with skateboarding, cameras and magazines.

Manufacturers

  • photo lab

    San Diego, CA, United States

    J. Grant Brittain has been a photographer since picking up a camera in 1979 and pointing it at some of the world's best skateboarders.

  • Chrome Digital

    San Diego, CA, United States

    I have been working with Chrome Digital for over 20 years through the analog photographic years and now the digital era. Chrome Digital supplies all of my printing needs and they are the best and highest quality photographic lab in San Diego, CA.

  • Wacky Buttons

    Rochester, NY, United States

    Wacky buttons is a manufacturer of pinback buttons, made in the USA. I design the button, upload and they make them and ship them to me. I then package them. Four 1.5 inch pinback buttons featuring 4 skateboarding photos I shot in the 1980s.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 16, 2017
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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
You can pay with your credit card or paypal. Etsy's payment system is secure and your information is private.
Paypal takes credit card payments without an account as well as through a Paypal account.
Shipping
I ship safely packed, rolled up in a strong cardboard photo tube.
Photos will be shipped within 7-10 days of your order.

International orders:
The customer is responsible for all customs fees or other taxes. Please watch for notices from your postal service. All shipments are via the postal service to avoid large brokerage fees.

I can't mark an item as "gift" on the customs form.
Refunds and Exchanges
Unless photo is damaged during shipping, all sales are final. If you receive a photo damaged during shipping, please photograph the tube and send me the photo. Then ship your photo back with delivery confirmation for a new photo and credit for your shipping cost. Please contact me immediately if you receive a damaged photo.

I can't accept returns or exchanges.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed, and if you have any concerns, please contact me.