Pack Your Trash
Pack Your Trash Was born of PPNF.
Pleasure Point Night Fighters (est. 1919) reformed in 1981. Conti and Phillips's surf club the PPSA (Pleasure Point Surfing Association) always focused on public service with Plant Our Parks, and other eco-initiatives. Pack Your Trash a natural step towards protecting the fragile coast line. So Jimmy Came up with the slogan Pack Your Trash + "the Geek" and proceed to make history when surf legend Jack O'Neil agreed to pay for the first run of bumper stickers. (These stickers continue to hold together locals cars across the Pacific.)
The Geek surfs, skates, snowboards, and now paddles a canoe in the sea and the rivers!
Freakette (lady counterpart to the Geek, designed by Jimbo Phillips) rides a paddleboard.
Don't be a Geek or a Freak and toss your rubbish! Pack Your Trash!
Pack Your Trash continues to be a global force in environmentalism.
Harry Conti reformed PPNF in the 80's with Jimmy Phillips and started Pack Your Trash because he cared about our coasts and surf spots plagued with trash!
Jim Phillips is a graphic artist who is best known for his iconic Santa Cruz surf and skateboard art. Born in San Jose, Ca., he's lived most of his life in Santa Cruz, Ca.
Jim studied fine art under a scholarship at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, California. Phillips became sole artist and art director for NHS Inc. during their early years in the 1970’s and 80’s where he created thousands of decks, t-shirts, stickers, product illustrations and skateboard magazine ads. In 1988 he founded Phillips Studios where he trained young skateboarding artists to create designs for NHS. NHS currently markets his work in 80 countries.
Pack Your Trash
Pack Your Trash is active across the globe. Jimmy runs the show in Santa Cruz and Harry runs it in Hawaii. The message is always the same wherever you go: Pack Your Trash.