Robert Cyfi Chambers is a regular member of the Overlook's Terror Tuesday attendees but he is also an indie artist and the driving force behind Skate or Die Clothing, which is currently having a horror themed art show at the San Francisco Skate Club.
He joined the rest of the guys in the Disney Dungeon to record episode 11 of The Overlook Hour to talk about skateboarding, sci-fi and movies. He also witnessed a slight melt down... But before you check out the episode below, let's get to know our guest.
Robert: Started drawing as a kid and was influenced by comic books like Frank Miller's Ronin, and Heavy Metal Magazine. Got into graphic design in 1990, which brought me to the bay area in '95. I faded out for awhile, it happens sometimes. Now I'm trying out being my own boss and living free. So that means doing art and riding skateboards.
Overlook: What is your favorite movie genre and director?
Robert: SciFi and George Lucas (not his Star Wars stuff).
Overlook: What are your top 3 movies?
Robert: 'Til the End of the World, with William Hurt, Strange Days, and THX 1138.
Overlook: If you could spend the day with absolutely anyone, who would it be?
Robert: Hajme Sorayama (get some painting lessons).
Overlook: How can people reach you?
Robert: Follow my Instagram, @skateordieclothing, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Skate or Die art show will be on display until November 5th, so be sure to come support your local independent artist and check out some awesome painted skateboards. You can also find merch at the Skate or Die Store.