Inspired by Grant Brittain’s iconic photo of Tod Swank, the Push Photography Show is celebrating skateboarders pushing in the streets. Proceeds from the sale of the Push photographs will go to the non-profit skateboard initiative Just One Board. The show is at T.F.R Gallery in Encinitas,CA on April 13 at 7pm.
Check out Element’s Make It Count video from their stop in Florence, KY.
Hailing from the great state of Florida, Johan Stuckey just finished an amazing part for Cosmic Vomit 2. Click through and get hyped.
Reynolds talks about his new shoe and skates around the Baker Boys Distribution skatepark in this clip from Emerica.
Owens Photo this week is a huge frontside 180 of Lurkville’s Dolan Stearns from 2012. Check inside to see this monster.
Watch as Cody McEntire skates through the streets of Long Beach, stops for a quick sesh at the skatepark, gets a few bangers, and continues cruising from Point A to Point B in this sick edit.
Lurkville lurker Dolan Stearns gets heavy at the Melba Bishop skatepark in this clip that comes all equipped with huge airs and creative lines.
After Emerica’s Stay Gold was released, the dudes didn’t just sit around and wait to hop on a new project. A handful of the team were hitting the streets just days after the video premiered and re-stacking clips for another Emerica project!
Check out the promo for Illegal Civilization 2 featuring: Na-kel Smith, Louie Lopez, Edgar “Tarzan” Flores, and the rest of their crew and watch as they cause chaos and shred the streets. This video is going to be rad!
One of Albuquerque’s finest, Bryant Chapo, just released a remix version of his part in the Albuquerque homie video Red Chile and it’s awesome. Check it out inside!
DC took their team to New Zealand and Australia and brought us back this rad edit. Watch Chris Cole, Nyjah Huston, Wes Kremer, Mikey Taylor, Mike Mo Capaldi, Evan Smith, Davis Torgerson, Madars Apse and Cyril Jackson tear through the streets along with the newly formed DC APAC’s (Asia Pacific) team riders Tommy Fynn, Jake Hayes, Bugs Fardell, Joel Mcilroy and Deon Williams.
Crys Worley and the amazing people at the A.skate Foundation are premiering their documentary Hearthchild in southern California on April 27 at The Port Theater in Newport Beach. Check out the trailer inside and if you’re in the area be sure to stop by!