By Julien Sauvalle
Hugh Holland was one of the first photographer to put his focus on the skater subculture in the 1970s. Fascinated by the grace and athletism of skateboarders, Holland documented the emergence of legendary skater clique the Z-Boys of Downtown and immortalized their exploits along the Southern California coast, from Venice Beach to Balboa.
This Spring, Sandro launches a line of three T-shirts featuring some of his most famous pictures, complete with a beautifully retro cruiser skateboard. The collection is named after Holland's monograph Locals Only: California Skateboarding 1975-1978, which collects pictures that remained unseen for 20 years.
Browse the Hugh Holland collection here.
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