Ronnie Creager in Trilogy
As told by Bryce Kanights in The Photographer Series
The Photographer Series is a video series by Andrew Norton about the stories behind some of the most epic skateboard photos and the people who made them
Jamie Thomas – Invisible (1994)
Andy Howell in New Deal’s 1281
Mark Gonzales in Real To Reel
Kilian Martin: Internal Departure
Directed by Brett Novak
Brian Lotti in Planet Earth’s Now N’ Later
Skateboarding is a popular sport; the amount of Sportos, Dweebies and Wastoids trying to cash in on it could drown a whale. Unfortunately there’s just not enough time in our busy schedule to call every one of these turdburgulars into The Principals Office. Only the darkest and most depraved will have that distinct displeasure. We thought we had our man with the Razor Scooter, but then came the Snakeboard and we knew the layers of crapulence had only been scratched. So we waited, and as we sensed middle America’s thirst for danger being quenched, as countless industrial design students dreamed then gave up on “reinventing the skateboard”, we sat in the shadows patiently, ready at any moment to strike. But now finally it’s here, have you heard? It’s called the Stair Rover and it’s being called into this week’s Principals Office, because well, it sucks.
Street Survival featuring Bill Danforth
A great infographic from Мишка regarding Jeremy Scott’s flagrant copying of Jim Phillips.
And that was only half of it.