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In celebration of his new pro model, last weekend Lost Art hosted a launch event of the Rowley [SOLOS]. This consisted of a heavy street mission, a showing of Propeller and Owain John’s local video ‘Grow Up’ and a photography exhibition featuring the man himself. Due to the imminent arrival of Geoff’s second kid, he couldn’t make it to the occasion, which was unfortunate but completely understandable but the turnout was amazing nonetheless with a fantastic atmosphere carried throughout the day. With Propeller wrapped up and another part that definitely didn’t disappoint under his belt; Geoff is still busy as ever juggling fatherhood, Flip and Civilware to name a few of his responsibilities nowadays. Despite this and thanks to his unquestionable work ethic, he still found time to chat with us regarding his new shoe, filming for Propeller, returning to Liverpool and whether or not we’ve seen the last of him as far as video parts go…
When I heard Lost Art was having a launch event for Geoff Rowley’s new Vans shoe, I was as good as there. Though this was only something like the fifth time I’ve visited Liverpool and the shop, it feels incredibly familiar. Not just the places but the attitude of the locals too. In the two years I’ve known Ollie Birch I must have skated with him a handful of times but he was more than happy to let me snooze on his couch for the night so I could come down for this. At this point already it should be apparent that any misconceptions of Liverpool being unwelcoming are askew as the skateboarders from there are all some of the nicest people I’ve ever met.