✓ — Dylan Rieder
i lost one of the most important people of my life. someone that is as close to me as a son. my chosen son. someone i was with for the past 17 years. someone i traveled the world with, someone i fought every battle with,someone i celebrated victories with. someone i shared friends and love for our friends with. dylan fought a battle like a warrior! i could not believe the strength he had. thank you to all his friends, fans for the support and love. he loved you all very deeply. with all this and the heart break i'm feeling i truly know dylan would want us all to smile and remember him and how he spoke to all of us with his magic. i'll love you forever and not 1 second will go by that your not in my heart or on my mind! till we meet again in the next life! a l o h a my warrior a l o h a my hero a l o h a my love...... dylan forever
LOVE AND MISS YOU, DYLAN...
FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS
May 26, 1988 - October 12, 2016
These photos below were from our brother, Kenny Brimer's Celebration Of Life Memorial on Oahu, Hawaii in 2010. Mark Oblow always shared his home island with Dylan and it became his second home. At that time, Dylan came to pay his respects with Oblow for Kenny, who passed from his own battle with Leukemia. Dylan is and always will be an island braddah... and both he and Kenny are already ripping, Together Together.
Mark Oblow and Dylan Rieder at A'ala Park - Photo: Yong-Ki Chang
Mark Oblow, Dylan Rieder and Jef Hartsel - Photo: Yong-Ki Chang
Yong-Ki Chang, Mark Oblow, Dylan Rieder, and Jef Hartsel - Photo: Sang-Hui Chong
Gene Dadoy, Yong-Ki Chang, Mark Oblow, Dylan Rieder, and Jef Hartsel - Photo: Sang-Hui Chong
in mark oblow's own words...
i made the brand moblow, so i could make what ever i want, how i want.
i’ve been involved with surfing and skateboarding since the early 80’s, from being a sponsored rider to working retail to, working for some of the smallest core brands to some of the industries biggest. it all taught me so much, and introducing me to so many great people.
so with moblow i want to keep it personal and i want to keep it me.
the t-shirts i make will only be 150 sold of each print. keeping it very limited to a global market. but making each t-shirt or item a special piece of art.
all the products that are posted will not be remade, so when it sells out, its gone.
40+ year old deadstock decks. laser-etched original photograph, mixed media and paint
all original griptape artwork sales go directly to charities
original polaroids with mark oblow's art and additional photographs
postcard packs available in sets of 10 different designs