Screen Ink 50/50 Photos

Posted in Uncategorized on May 9, 2012 by rholtdesign

Here are some photos from the First Friday kick off of the Freestyle 50 at Screen Ink. Thanks everyone that came out for the event we had a great turnout in support of Skate for Change.

If you missed a chance to get out to Screen Ink join us on May 25th at the NEW BLK in Omaha for a one night pop-up show.

See you tonight!

Posted in Uncategorized on May 4, 2012 by Ben Swift

At long last, we’ve made it to May 4th… the day of the show!

Tonight is the night of delight, starting at 7pm sharp! Come on down and check out some amazing art from great artists. Proceeds go to Skate for Change – so make sure to buy a board, get one of 2 great t-shirt designs live-printed on the shirt of your choice, get a sticker, or a koozie, or a button!

We’ll have a bunch of food and drink options – both adult and kid beverages – buy a koozie and get a drink to fill it! Heoya Food Truck will be parked across the street, and donating 10% of sales to SFC!

Here are a couple of snaps we took while hanging/arranging the show:

Beverage Sponsors:
Budweiser | Goose Island 312 | Monster Energy Drink | Blue Blood

Food Providers:
Heoya Food Truck | Sysco | Angela Garbacz pastries

Freestyle 50 – 2012

Posted in Uncategorized on May 2, 2012 by Ben Swift

Here’s a little teaser image for the show!

If you want to RSVP on the facebook event, go here:


Posted in Uncategorized on May 2, 2012 by rholtdesign

Running a little late on updating this folks, but here is the scoop.

50 Skateboards/50 Artists First Friday May 4, 2012 at SCREEN INK, Lincoln, NE.
There will be tons going on we will have live printing of t-shirts, skickers, koozies, and posters available for purchase, all to benefit Skate for Change, an amazing Lincoln, local non-profit that supports our community by taking young skateboarders and showing them the value in helping others by cleaning up public grounds and handing out necessities to the homeless.

Other great things going on at the show: hors devours, beers from Bud Light, Goose Island, and Blue Blood Brewing available with donation to Skate for Change. We will also have the Heoya food truck nearby for anyone looking to grab some more substantial eats. Hope to see you at Screen Ink on May 4, 2012 to support a good cause and to be involved in our community.

Also a portion of the proceeds from all purchased skateboards will go to Skate for Change.

Amazing artist list to get an idea of what to expect:
Jeremie Memming
Brandon Miller
Jarad Heintzelman
Nicole Gustafsson
Ben Kamprath
Meghan Stratman
Jennifer Woockman
Dave Robinson
Ross Kunze
Elisabeth Reinkordt
Emily Yoble
Ashley Rolf
Brian Piontek
Daniel Kroll
Jake Balcom
Nate Christiancy & Todd Cox
Phil Burcher
Kim Reid Kuhn
Amy Haney
Miss Cake
Jason Ortiz
Randy Bright
Ryan Holt
Jake Chapman
Nick (Sketch) Weiser
Jason Davis
Berly Brown
Heidi Bartlett
Chad Gilliland
Kelly Stoddard
Treyson Claus
Mike Rudolf
Michael Nielsen of Doe Eyed
Justin Kemmerling
Jar Schepers
Ben Swift
Joey Lynch
Bennett & Suzanne Holzworth
Jesse Petersen
Dan Moore
Chad Hawthorne
Bruce & Molly Hartford
Greg Fountain
Kris Maxwell
Dave Nelson
Timothy Carr
Lance Evenson

Announcing – 2012 Event

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on May 2, 2012 by Ben Swift

We are organizing another Freestyle 50 skateboard art show! The opening will be on Friday, May 4th during First Friday at Screen Ink.

Benefit: Skate For Change
Show Date: Friday, May 4, 2012
Skateboard Due Date: Monday, April 16, 2012


Posted in Uncategorized on June 8, 2009 by rholtdesign

Here is a video of the event put together by Emir P.


Posted in Uncategorized on June 8, 2009 by rholtdesign

Here are some more photos from the event,

thanks to Emir P.


Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2009 by rholtdesign


Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2009 by rholtdesign

Thank you to everyone that made it out, everyone helped make the show a very successful and huge event for our art community in Lincoln. Here are a few of the photos from last night.


Posted in Uncategorized on June 5, 2009 by rholtdesign

The Local paper  The Lincoln Journal Star gave the show a little coverage, check it out.