Photographer Hugh Holland captured the beauty and grace of the burgeoning skateboarding scene in Southern California during the 1970s. Holland documented his friends and locals who were thrill-seeking youth in pursuit of a perfect ride. From the hills of Laurel Canyon to emptied drought-stricken pools and the sidewalks of Venice, Holland’s work is an important time capsule of this youth-driven movement. Reach Out evokes the laid-back sun-drenched utopia and charm of this era and the important beginnings of the skateboarding subculture.
The Concrete Swell, Viper Bowl Hollywood, 1976
by Hugh Holland
Printed on acid-free paper with fade-resistant ink
Measurements: 24.0 x 36.0 inches
Made In USA