Last week (Thursday)adidas Skateboarding’s global event series The Showcase made its stop in Los Angeles. For those who may not know, The Showcase is a community-driven group exhibition and cultural gathering designed to provide a creative platform to showcase works from rising artists and talent in skateboarding culture.

The event was held at the famed Seventh Letter Gallery and was hosted by Clint Peterson. It had featured artwork from nine different artists including adidas Skateboarding’s very own Pro rider Nora Vasconcellos; and artists Homeless Cop, Jason Keam, Ariel Wilson, Randy Gastelum (aka Randy Bruiser), Austin England (aka mochelife), Spacegoth, Jacob Messex, and Nicholas DelValle.

In addition, fellow adidas Pro team riders Na-kel Smith and Silas Baxter-Neal were in attendance to show their support. Everyone in attendance enjoyed complimentary drinks and a special live performance by The Technicolors who closed out the night.

Making each city its muse, The Showcase is curated by the community and encompasses the best up-and-coming talents while offering a unique experience and authentic representation of the people and the city. It enables the three-stripes brand to support the skate culture by elevating emerging, up-and-coming talent that is linked with the skate scene.

adidas Skateboarding looks to achieve the same authenticity and true representation of the local creative community across the globe. The brand aims to grow the creative locales and support their leading talents.

images: Jeff Landi

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