Titus Guenter Mokulys Rasta Deck

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Deck signed by Guenter.[1]
Photo: Witter Cheng
Decomposed Freestyle Museum.



Features

Make Titus
Skater Guenter Mokulys
Model Rasta
Width 8.125" (206 mm)
Length 28.625" (727 mm)
BIS # 8.125"-28.625"-------
Nose Shape Blunt
Tail Shape Blunt
Kicktail Single Kick
Rails Rounded
Concave Flat
Mounting Holes Standard
Graphics This memorable graphic was inspired by the back cover of Peter Tosh's "Mystic Man" album.[2]
Peter Tosh "Mystic Man" LP Back Cover

The graphic features Peter Tosh wearing a Titus shirt and riding a skateboard (instead of a unicycle), over a thick-striped background of the Rastafari flag colors. He also has a pipe in his mouth with the words "STREETSTYLE" and "FREESTYLE" emanating from the pipe like smoke. The "STREET" and "FREE" words converge into a single "STYLE". "GÜNTER MOKULYS" is printed along the left side of his leg, along the bend of his knees and buttocks.

Around 2005, Decomposed released Guenter's 1st Decomposed Pro Model, with a spoofed version of these graphics.

Colors Black, White
Origin Flag of Germany.png Germany
Release Date  ?
Discontinued ?
Retail Availability 2000's

References

  1. Decomposed Skateboards Facebook post - December 28, 2013
  2. Graphic inspiration revealed by Simon Mrozinski in the original Decomposed Skateboards Facebook post - December 29, 2013
  3. Magazine ad posted by Matthijs van Wijk in the original Decomposed Skateboards Facebook post - December 31, 2013