Copy of Yeah Right Interpol Deck 8.0
Featuring Brian Anderson and Interpol photos by Atiba Jefferson, commemorating 20 Years of Yeah Right.
“Atiba asked me if I’d be interested in doing a board with his photos of Interpol & myself mixed together. As I had picked one of their songs “Obstacle 1” Twenty years ago for my part in Girl Skateboards video “yeah right!” So I excitedly said yes of course. 20 years? Wow! I remember bringing the CD “Turn on The Bright Lights” to Ty Evans apartment on Sunset? I said to him. “I got this song of this great band and not a lot of people know how good they are yet. I really want to use this song.” And Ty loved it. He started editing to it right away. I had so much footage and it’s one of the best video parts I’ve had. What an incredible feeling. Also I remember being so happy that Ty didn’t show me much of the video. I liked that. I wanted to be almost as surprised as someone who had no involvement. I had helped with a lot of skits so I had a feel for the video but at the premiere I was very surprised by everyone’s skate footage. I had only witnessed a handful of my teammates tricks in person. Everyone’s skating was amazing. Great editing & filming. Great skits. Incredible music and skateboarding. I am very proud to have skated so hard and worked so hard on all the little things with our Girl/Chocolate family. Seasons like that in life are priceless.” —Brian Anderson
8" x 8.0