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Posted on December 29th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

What Tribe presents| Geronimo : For God And Country| Zero Dark Apache: | Self Portrait In A Portrait | Apache Samurai At Self Help Graphics East Los Angeles Boyle Heights CA

Posted on December 17th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

WE WANT MILES

Posted on December 9th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

The Apache Violin maker: Anthony Belvado in San Carlos AZ

Posted on November 17th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

THE SACRED STOLEN HEART OF
OUR BLESSED LADY OF APACHE
Amazing Art by Douglas Miles from San Carlos Arizona.
All reservation rights reserved.

Posted on November 7th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

APACHERIA AT POR VIDA GALLERY PHOENIX AZ 2012 AKA: The Year Of LOVING Dangerously

Douglas MILES Art Originals Unlimited. All Reservation Rights Reserved.

Posted on November 7th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

She’s Always In My Hair.
Even If I Hit The Wrong Note.
She’s Always There.

Posted on November 1st, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

“APACHEZUS “
Kanye West Don’t Like Native People
Or Apaches.

Artist Douglas Miles.
Hand cut and drawn stencil.
Aerosol on paper measuring
22 x 28

Posted on October 14th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

WE KNOW GANGSTERS, INDIANS, HUSTLERS AND ALL MEDIA ANTIHEROES become simultaneously maligned and heroic in American media. American villainy sells.

Pseudo-history becomes New American history whether we like it or not. The story of Columbus and his celebration is only one example. Somewhere hidden in the middle of American pseudo-historical myth is the truth about our collective “tribal” struggles and our hard lives.

How we “make it” in a displaced place becomes the epic tale of man against society. An “us against them” scenario rivaling David against the Philistine Giant. We use what we’re taught just like David to overcome ridicule from his “enemy”. Tribe To Tribe: Thats how we get all get down

From Sweet Willie Sweetback to The Godfather . From Superfly to Scarface, we cheer for tribal selves. The underdog mythology and how we get over becomes our own new history. Don’t ask me how I got here on this reservation. I already know. Do you know how you got where you are? Do you know how to get out?

KNOWING the difference between self-actualization and surrender is the difference between success and survival, art and artifice, respect and pity.

Remember, ” a man who doesn’t spend time with his family, can never be a man”. In this simple statement tribal code is re-written for a new generation. The Godfather was about the demise of an American Dream while holding onto tribal codes. It’s this struggle that makes us all human, vulnerable and strong at the same time. .

Posted on October 12th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

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Douglas Miles
Artist

Posted on October 12th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Not really sure how Tumblr people rock this site so well. I’m caught between IG and FB as I post here knowing the “tumblr people ” are a breed apart. SO out of respect for you, my tumblr followers, I’m going to try to post more or less, more often.

I just can’t keep up with you all. The format is cool I do admit, I just might not be cool enough for it. I only wanted this to be a place for my photos, of course it’s turning into something else already. And I’m a fan of a lot of you, even if I don’t click that little heart thing or follow you doesn’t mean I don’t care, it means I only want certain imagery right now to flood this format for my own specific creative purposes.

Thank You for following, I know I’m a genius, it’s just hard to be one all the time. :)

Niba Del Castillo took this one in Phoenix AZ at Coe House Gallery. I’m a lazy tagger too.