Marcus Manoogian captures the artistic tendencies of Jahmal Williams as he creates work for the Hopps ‘Artist Series’ skate decks.
A sick trailer for William Strobeck’s upcoming Supreme video
Ray Barbee in Ban This
Ryan McGinness and Alien Workshop join together for a series of t-shirts and skate decks in alignment with his new show at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
The ‘Copa Mundial’ is a top soccer shoe, so for adidas to turn them into flats for their skateboarding line is extraordinary. Pick up a pair of the adidas Busenitz ‘Copa Mundial’ here, or at select adidas skateboarding retailers.
Before they were pro: Raw footage of Ed Templeton, Jason Lee, Skip Pronier, Aaron Devine, Jake Burns, Steve Roberts skating in front of Gremic circa 1988.
Daewon Song in World Industries’ Trilogy
Harold Hunter – Zoo York: Mixtape 1
Rodney Mullen in Plan B’s Virtual Reality
We featured Patrick Lee’s Deadly Friends earlier this month, and the Los Angeles-based artist is back again with an edition available from the Deadly Friends series as part of Printed Matter’s 2014 LA Art Book Fair fundraiser editions. Available at the opening of the fair this Thursday (1/30), the skateboard edition will be on view along with other benefit artworks from Laura Owens, Jeremy Deller, and Parra at Printer Matter’s booth.
A new zine by Ed & Deanna Templeton featuring two subjects they are quite familiar with, girls and skateboards. Published by the Deadbeat Club, Niñas Patineta is a 60 page “celebration of females on skateboards,” and will have you California dreaming on such a cold-ass winter’s day, today.
Directed by Graeme Clifford
Anthony Pappalardo in Mosaic
A new book by James Jarvis compiling his daily philosophical comic about “art, being, knowledge, logic and skateboarding.”
Stars & Bars
DMOTE, REMIO and NORM in Hawaii for RVCAloha
A spirited human being
4,000 + photos by Larry Clark from 1992 until 2010, all cleanly stacked in a wooden box under the watchful eye of gallery owner Leo Fitzpatrick. If you find one you like, pay $100 and it’s yours. A must see show on Lower East Side, open through January 10th at 208 Forsyth Street.
(note: some photos are explicit)