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Volcom & Toy Machine Party
Words and photos: Hammeke

Volcom and Toy Machine collaborated on a line of shirts. In celebration, Volcom hosted a party at their private skatepark complete with an Ed Templeton photo show, live music, plus plenty of pizza and beer to get everyone through the night.

Posted: June 12, 2014


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Volcom and Toy Machine collaborated on a line of button ups and t-shirts

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Free beer courtesy of PBR

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A slimmer Tempster, maybe it’s the vegan slices from Pizzanista

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Inside the kids were ripping Volcom’s private skatepark. CJ Collins frontside flips the Stone Doo

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After a couple close calls

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The invert was a success

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Then time to load in the bands

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FartBarf was up first

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Ed had a photo exhibition, which included many tour moments such as this one of Toy Machine and Volcom team rider, Colin Provost

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Along with a few risqué moments that Ed is known to capture

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This one of Brad Staba was a show stopper

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Beer + Babes = Duncan

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A young Arto Saari from an Emerica trip to Finland which ended with Arto in the hospital getting heart surgery

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Back outside Skreech with a new found Instagram connection

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Jake Hayes and Thrasher SOTY 2013, Ishod Wair

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Volcom park caretaker/Black Label transition killer Tyler Mumma and his fiancée

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Cheers, see you in the pit

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Then it was time for Earlyman to bring down the house

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Jackie and her ladies know how to hold down the front row

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Fancy fretwork

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One Toy Machine sock into the spin cycle

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The pit never slowed down

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"Thank you, good night!"

Last modified on Thursday, 12 June 2014 14:32
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