We are wrapping up the Everyone’s A Photographer exhibit this Thursday, Nov. 29th at the Lomography Store in Los Angeles. Come and celebrate life and the beautiful photos captured by Chad Muska, Corey Smith, Jared Eberhardt, Jeremy & Claire Weiss, Natas Kaupas, Ian Ruhter, Danny Zapalac, Jason Lee Parry, and Laura Austin.
Check out the new Dec/Jan 2013 cover with Raven Tershy and all the stories that will be inside featuring Eric Koston, Theotis Beasley, Leo Romero, Collin Provost, Spencer Hamilton, Neen Williams, Marc Johnson, Guy Mariano and more.
Check out our Total Recall 2001 interview with Jason Dill shot by Oliver Barton. There’s tons of classic Dill photos in this one.
Check out this Total Recall edition featuring our Making of Animal Chin article from 2001. The entire Bones Brigade team of Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero, Tommy Guerrero and Mike McGill along with Stacey Peralta reminisce about the making of Animal Chin.
Featuring: Chad Muska, Corey Smith, Jared Eberhardt, Jeremy & Claire Weiss, Natas Kaupas, Ian Ruhter, Danny Zapalac, Jason Lee Parry, and Laura Austin.
The Antihero story, “Bruised, Battered and Driven” told by Julien Stranger with photos by Gabe Morford from our Jan/Feb 2001 issue featuring John Cardiel, Andy Roy, Tony Trujillo, Bob Burnquist, Eric J and Sean Young.
Jason Dill, Scott Johnston, Mark Appleyard, Jamie Thomas and John Rattray show us what they would be doing if they weren’t professional skateboarders in this Oliver Barton article from September 2002.
World Wide Interweb brings us the The Ultimate Faceplants Compilation
This week’s Total Recall features the photography of Spike Jonze, originally published in July of 2000. Spike has had an illustrious career from his magazine work, music video direction, working with some of the best bands/groups of all time, co-owning Girl Skateboards, and the list goes on and on. Click through to read the old article and check out some rad photos.
From da Cradle to da Grave
Kareem, Muska and Stevie get up out the ghetto
Published May/June 2000