Several weeks ago on a beautiful Seattle Saturday (I know, rare!) I was doing a little bike riding around the neighborhoods near my home and came across an awesome art exhibit at Evos in Fremont. What caught my eye most was the work of Jason Lee. No, no, not that Jason Lee, but Jason Lee the former Art Director for Transworld Skateboarding, currently working as a designer for Brixton apparel. The truth and honesty to Jason’s photography was really what caught my eye. It was like scanning through a glorious montage of the care-free, California underground hipster party lifestyle, reminiscent of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, minus the cheesy 80′s overcoating. The photos seems real, factual and downright fun. Upon discovering Jason’s flickr sets, I found that this wasn’t just a single-show fluke either. Days and weeks and most likely years have been spent documenting what looks to be California underground culture at its finest. You’ll notice from the samples above that I’m a bit drawn to the movement and action of some of his pieces, but that’s just a tiny sampling from his enormous library. Jason’s work was just too good not to share—so enjoy. You can also check out more awesomeness on his great tumblr here.