Lindsey Kuhn has found a way to turn his passions into career, and has been both skating and creating art for over two decades. He Was Born in Evanston, IL, but grew up on the coast of Mississippi, where the now infamous Swamp ramp(s) stood for over 10 years. In 1983 he began screen printing t-shirts, primarily to pay for maintenance of the ramp. Those simple t-shirts have ballooned into an internationally known company called SWAMP. Today, Lindsey is best known for his silk screened rock posters for hundreds of bands like The Melvins, Tool, Supersuckers, Nashville Pussy and more. Swamp also does custom printing and publishes work for other artists.
In 1994, Lindsey started Conspiracy Skateboards because of the lack of big skateboards in the industry at that time. Today, Conspiracy has grown into one of the few truly “independent” skate companies working with artists like Pushead, Stainboy, Angryblue as well as having some of the best skaters in the country.
Lindsey has done graphics for XBOX, Camel, Oakley and live screen printing for the “Southern Comfort Music Experience”. Lindsey is currently is part of the new documentary "American Artifact - The Rise Of American Rock Poster Art".