Brian Morris is an artist from the South side of Chicago, Illinois who likes to break out of the studio and put his skills to work on a canvas of skin in the tattoo parlor and on classic Cadillacs in his garage. I eat red meat, prefer whiskey over beer, my favorite color is black and I was born in 1976, says Morris. I work in digital advertising, I’m married, I have a 1962 Cadillac in my garage and I don’t believe in god, I believe in people. I’m a heavy metal poser, I like country music, Sharpies, and I have a beard and tattoos and long hair. I’m deeply in love, early to bed, early to rise, and a saver not a spender. I think old is new, new will be old and that you can’t take it with you. Iâ€™m a shit-talker who is trying to get back to the basics. His unique urban-tattoo style graphics brings a powerful look to Arbor’s legendary ride-it-all powerful performance snowboard known only as the Element.
Formerly known as the Assault, the new Arbor Genesis now comes in two lengths at 36 and 42 inches. This year, the Genesis comes with a Koa wood top-sheet and a stylish classic Arbor gold crest. The 42 inch version brings back the popular 2010 black and gold stylized font graphic and the 36 features