Known for his pedal-to-the-metal attack and his humble attitude, John Cardiel is always a favorite for many a skateboarder. Here, he gets interviewed by one of his good friends and fellow Rasta Soldiers, Matt Rodriguez.
Ballard turns a hole in the ground into a skate spot. Featuring Alex Chalmers, Nathan Smith, Chris Senn, Ed Templeton, Marc Johnson, Mike Vallely & Justin Strubing.
(July 2001) In the never-ending pursuit of skate spots, Daewon, Huf, Berra, Johnson and their boys take it to a junkyard to get their skate on.
Hanger No. 763
An airplane Hanger sits dormant out in the desert until a group of skaters take it over and make it their own, if only for a couple of days. Check out Stacy Lowery, Diego Bucchieri, Kris Markovich, Don Nguyen, Steve Berra and Bob Burnquist wreak havoc in the hanger over 10 years ago!
The History of SPoT. Every skater needs to make the pilgrimage at least once. Amazing people resulting in an amazing place. One of the special things that makes skateboarding great.
“Dude, Monsters!” show that opens on Thursday July 12th at the Think Tank Gallery in LA.
There are a ton of artists that have done graphics for skate companies in the show. Check it out!
Our latest issue is hitting skate shops and newsstands soon. Take a peak inside just to reassure yourself that you’re going to want this bad boy keeping your coffee table and toilet tank top warm for the next good while.
Over a decade ago the Emerica team was living large in the Hollywood hills. Peep this article that was originally published in November 2002. Check back every Saturday for a “new” edition of Skateboarder Magazine’s: Total Recall, or get your ass to Mars.
Omar Salazar & videographer Benny Maglinao
Levi’s & Nike SB
= Win, win ,win
VANS cordially invites you to come witness the first Los Angeles advance VIP screenings of Stacy Peralta’s new documentary Bones Brigade: An Autobiography, this Thursday, June 28. Seating is first come, first served subject to theater capacity, so be sure to get there early.