The mid-‘70s was a turning point for skateboarding culture, and photographer Hugh Holland was there to capture the spirit of the developing phenomenon. Silver. Skate. Seventies. is a collection of black and white photographs depicting young skaters lost in the carefree sport - tackling makeshift ramps, concrete drains and abandoned swimming pools in pursuit of the next big move. Set against a backdrop of sun-scorched SoCal, this book is a raw celebration of the bleach-blond, sneaker-clad youths that shaped today’s street communities.