“My personal art, that’s my vehicle. When people look at a show they’re almost kinda seeing my diary of my frustrations.”
This interview on Walrus TV shows Pastras giving great frank modern-life insights, including some on-point searing observations on the toxic legacy of racism we are all swimming in.
“I question the word “race” and the term “race” because it’s obviously been used against everybody at this point.”
About Chris Pastras:
Stereo, founded in 1992 by Chris Pastas’ and Jason Lee, approaches skateboarding with a unique and highly innovative emphasis on style, originality and plain old fashion fun. By incorporating street art, 50s and 60s design, jazz album cover artwork and ideas pulled from early men’s magazines, Stereo has been credited as revolutionizing skateboard graphics, artwork and advertising. The classic Americana styles Stereo produces carries with it a lightness and humor that promotes individuality and creativity amongst skateboarders of all ages.