Epidemic has collaborated with Ron on various projects over the years including teeshirt designs, board graphics and logos.
Ron Cameron grew up skateboarding on the streets of Sacramento, Ca in the 1970′s and 1980′s, which lead him into the art cultures of punk, thrift stores, and then psychedelic ’60′s poster art and graffiti. Over three decades he helped take skateboard and clothing companies out of the garage to larger international audiences with his artistic design and direction, namely Blockhead Skateboards in the 1980′s, Acme Skateboards in the 1990′s, and RVCA Clothing in the 2000′s. OVer the years Ron has also been know to give a helping creative hand to other companies rooted in skateboarding and music: Transworld, Skate Rags, H-Street, Vision, Channel One, Etnies, World Industries, Big Brother, Toy Machine, Foundation, Warped Tour, Heckler, Plastikman, and Buck-O-Nine to name a few. While doing commercial art and direction fro these skateboarding giants, Cameron also painted and skateboarded professionally (Blockhead, Spitfire, Independent). Ron has had his art shown in various galleries in California, New York, and Georgia.
For more info on Ron Cameron, visit his website.
Epidemic had the pleasure of hosting Cameron’s art show, “The Way Out,” in November, 2011. Visit our gallery section to see an overview of the show.