House of Vans Pop-Up Detroit Photos
Vans set up shop at Jefferson School in Detroit to reopen its doors to the community with workshops, concerts and a skatepark. With the frigid tempatures outside the locals flocked to the institution to take advantage of everyhing they had to offer. –Jordan Joseffer
It's so cold in the D Photo: Brook
The Wig frozen over across the street
When was the last time you were excited about going to school?
A look inside Mr. Joe Brook's classroom
Steve Van Doren popped in with Christian Hosoi to welcome everyone
Detroit locals: Shane Rogers, Dan Mancina, Rob Plus Woelkers and Evan Hutchings Photo: Brook
Zered Bassett and his kickflip from the "Adroit in Detroit" featured in Thrasher Photo: Brook
Excellent class, Joe! Photo: Kirsch
Protomartyr packed the school auditorium
Youth of today in Detroit Photo: Brook
Down the hall, Chad Bowers and Greg Hunt – Mind Field Alumni Photo: Brook
Master of the bass, Thundercat took the stage to close out the first night
Average concert views nowadays
ZelooperZ put in some work while people watched
Desires kicked off the "Sessions" which gave some local talent a chance to hit the stage
Chuke Wise dressed up to get down
Nick Jaskey – Detroit native, artist and skateboarder Photo: Brook
Justin Henry gets a back Smith over the bar on the Quasi obsticle
Steve Van Doren and his daughter Kristy pass out t-shirts to everyone
Popped on over to another classroom for a cartooning workshop with Mr. Jay Howell
Cartooning secrets were revealed
In between sets I popped in to check out Niagra's (of Destroy All Monsters) artwork
Joyce Manor got the crowd moving
Everyone in the school tried to jam into the auditorium for Danny Brown's set
These guys have a problem...
A couple of successful security bargers
"No one else even think about it!"
Detroit's finest, Danny Brown
Bras started flying on stage
And that's a wrap. Grab a poster on your way out. Thanks Vans!
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