These Alien Workshop decks were board we sold from waaaaaaay back when. We have them archived here for your viewing pleasure. If you had one of these decks, let us know what year you had it. Message us using the contact form on the page.
Chances are most of these decks were 7.5″ wide to 8.0″ (inches) wide. Between 2000 and 2010 the skate industry made skinnier boards. And they worked! You might like it actually. You can flip your board faster and some may find that easier to land tricks. These 8.25″ and 8.5″ boards everyone rides now are huge. They are harder to flip because they are heavier and they flip slower. But much easier for board slides, nose slides and tail slides.
Anthony Van Engelen Hayfever Skateboard Deck
Looks like an image of Humpty Dumpty on some rolling Ohio hills. I guess allergies are a thing back east.
Jason Dill Mammouth Skateboard Deck
Maybe this is supposed to be a mammoth. Like the prehistoric elephant. With the big tusks.
Josh Kalis Triad Skateboard Deck
Huh. Maybe when you get abducted by Aliens they always roll three deep. Seems like that’s what they do in the movies when they do an abduction scene anyway. If you want to scare the sh*t out of yourself, watch Fire in the Sky ;).
Alien Workshop Skateboard Deck Missing Link
Do you see the link? Do you see it? Do you? Monkey and man were created by aliens. The aliens are the missing link. Sh*t that’s pretty clever. I’ve been staring at this graphic for decades and I now finally get it!
Rob Dyrdek Hayfever Skateboard Deck
“Let’s do a deck series around an allergy theme!”. Interesting board meetings over there I take it.
Rob Dyrdek High Society
As I look at this skateboard closer, it appear this graphic has to do with psychedelics. Seeing double. Crazy mind altering brain explosions. Cool graphic. You shouldn’t experiment with psychedelics when you’re young because you might trigger mental illness. Pretty sure I’ve seen that happen.
Rob Dyrdek Meaty
Was Rob’s dog named Meaty? I bet that board sold like hot cakes. I bet girls bought that board.
I’m pretty sure Rob Dyrdek was/is an avid firearms collector. Me thinks that’s the idea behind this graphic. In one of the DC videos, he does show up some fire power I do believe.
Rob Dyrdek Rogue
Alien Workshop Skateboard Deck Rogue Foil
It looks like they double down on the gun theme that year. Foil graphics look good in shops though.
Alien Workshop Skateboard Deck Trend OG
This is like a team board. I actually think I liked their team deck artwork better than their pro deck graphics.