Palace skateboards‘ youngest representative Blondey McCoy is far from lazy. He has always had a steady skateboarding schedule but in his down time over this last few years he has done a lot. He was an integral part of the Long Live Southbank campaign, has contributed to and helped organise Hogmoney photography exhibitions and has also started a successful clothing company. His company Thames is evolving drop by drop, the last one even had some Shawn Powers designs in amongst it.
Blondey has organised a gallery show for one night only in the middle of town. Keep Saturday 12th September free to go and see THAMES A.D. The art of collage is intertwined with his companies aesthetic and it is this medium he has chosen for the show. He will be exhibiting 34 collages on the night and a small series of very limited hand painted shirts. This show precedes the A/W 15 clothing drop which will be available soon. You need to come to this, all you need to know is to be at The Heni Gallery, 6 Lexington Street, Soho, W1F 0LB on the evening of Saturday 12th September at 7PM. We will see you there! Shop for Thames HERE