Daniel Lutheran, Raven Tershy and more guest star.
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.
We interview Ty Evans about his recent video project “The Twins” and get a sneak peak of the Girl/Chocolate video.
From the August 2010 issue of Skateboarder “When he used to drink or party too much, his socks would basically be super glued to the bottom of his feet and he’d rip off skin just to get them off.” 1. The Shake Junt name and brand derive from Three 6 Mafia
Jonathan Mehring takes us behind the cover of the final issue of Skateboarder Magazine.
We’re starting a new series of video interviews with pros and other creative people in the skate industry made by Aaron Smith and Ryan Loughridge. Here’s the teaser for the first episode featuring Josh Harmony with a bonus music video at the end.
Watch our Raiders of the Archives Part 1 of 3 with Jeff Tremaine, former editor of Big Brother magazine and director of all things Jackass. Find out about the early days of Big Brother magazine, World Industries and the infamous Steve Rocco. And check back next Friday for part 2.
Little late on getting this one up, but Matthew Beach is this week’s star of the Tuesday 25
Santa Cruz Skateboards has just dropped a new series of Boards called the Save us series. The Save Us graphic series was created by NHS artist Lucas Musgrave as individual graphics that collectively form a large jungle mural. The series features animals that are on the verge of extinction. Each animal was hand picked by […]
Ed keeps digging deeper and deeper into his art drawer to find some amazing gems.
Birdhouse’s Shawn Hale handles this Straight to the Internet edit with a little help from Real’s Kyle Walker at the Volcom Costa Mesa and Chino skateparks.
1. Danny Way first conceived the idea to jump the Great Wall several years ago on a flight to Asia. His friends laughed at him and claimed he’d lost his marbles. But the gears were set into motion when he met with the China Extreme Sports Association, a government body created in 2004 to oversee […]