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Nick Zegel is a designer currently living in Long Beach, CA via Philadelphia, PA. This blog serves as a playground for original work, photographs, ideas, doodling and inspiration.

Madness & Mayhem!

A few days ago I was back in Long Beach Island for our Fall/Winter 2007 Jetty photoshoot. Sure its only about 6 to 8 months late but we got it done and now you can get our latest line, online…so check it out at! Between taking the beautiful photographs that our friend Ann Coen shot and editing them for online, and creating a skateboard for Decked Out: A Benefit for Ray Underhill things were just hectic! Then I jumped on and plane and now I’m out in Las Vegas for Magic! The past few days and upcoming weeks will be more hectic than I ever imagined! In less than two weeks I’ll be in Boston for Cut & Paste which will certainly be insane! I’m out…to the strip!

Jetty Fall/Winter 2007 Photo Shoot
Spectacular Adventures
Boost Mobile @ Magic
2008 Colors!


Its crazy to think but I’m spending my last night in Boston tonight…I’ll be back for Cut&Paste in September and I can’t wait! Until then Jersey and Vegas are in my future. It should be fun!

De La Soul & Slick Rick! What?!

Yesterday evening De La Soul and Slick Rick played for free at Government Center in Downtown Boston. It was a great time with plenty of funky individuals. I never imagined I’d see Slick Rick live, so I guess thats another tick to my ‘never say never’ count…

Damn, Its HOT!

Its blazzzing hot in Boston these past few days! I bought a fan only to save me from dying at night but it only does so much. My computers are shutting down because of the heat and my external hard drive isn’t even being recognized! Yesterday I just packed up and skated down to Barnes N Nobles and spent the afternoon working there. The classical music, the A/C, and some wireless internet! Today, after my 2:00PM breakfast Cookie Dough Milkshake, I think I’ll just lay around looking forward to the minute when the sun ducks beneath the horizon. Ahh, summer nights…