The Poster Posse Says Happy Halloween With Some Sinister Skateboard Decks

The Poster Posse has been a busy bunch of beavers this October.  They just finished a collaboration with Sony for INFERNO, they did a massive, unofficial tribute to Scott Derrickson and Marvel’s Doctor Strange,(Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Phase 4) they collaborated with 20th Century Fox at New York Comic Con for some official ALIEN art and they launched a cool breast cancer awareness project with an awesome Pink Stormtrooper.


October is many things to many people and the Poster Posse has just released some very cool, creepy, custom skateboard decks that should touch on all bases for everyone.  Each deck features original art from their stable of talent and would look GREAT your office or mancave wall or shredding the rails at your local skatepark.


Left to right:  : “La Llorona” by Rich Davies, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche !” by Simon Delart, “Ghoul’s Night Out” by Chris Garofalo.

These are legit skateboard decks which are constructed of 7 plies of 100% American/Canadian Maple (wood species- Acer Saccharum) with skateboard specific glue made by Franklin.


 Left to right: “Doctor Infierno” by Salvador Anguiano, “Devious Dementia” by Paul Ainsworth, “Wicked Wendy” by Mike Mahle.


Left to right: “Bones Ballyhoo” by Chris Malbon, “Trick or Treat” by Maria Suarez-Inclan, “Dust to Dust” by Chris Malbon



Stay up to date with all the goings on with the Poster Posse via their following links.

Official Website





Tee Public Store


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