If you grew up skateboarding in the 90’s you are no stranger to Sean Cliver’s graphics. He was one of the most important designers of this time along with artists such as Mark McKee, bringing candid but yet disturbing graphics to the skateboarding world.
Sean is not only a great graphic designer. He was also one of the twisted minds behind the infamous and now defunct skate magazine Big Brother, and now contributes to Dickhouse, the production company that brought us the Jackass series. One of the most important contributions to skateboarding let aside his designs is Disposable books, a compilation of the most iconic graphics of the past decade.