One of Plan B’s finest takes the Tuesday 25 quiz.
Today’s post consists of some random contact sheet finds from the Vans article “It Takes One to Know One” article in the current issue. Go pick one up today because it features a kick ass lineup from the Vans squad doing what they do best: ripping. Now on to the photos…
The University of California Irvine has some of skateboarding’s most legendary spots. Among all the spots that have come and gone, the hubba ledge stands out as a testament to the courageous.Check out some of the best trick that went down featuring Heath Kirchart, Jaime Thomas, Chad Fernandez, Jaime Thomas, Erik Ellington and Brian Anderson.
Check out a new interview with Stacks and SuperBRAND am, Nick Zizzo about his biker dad, meeting Sean Penn, secret drug runs and more.
Black Box Distribution just launched its latest venture. Slave Skateboards is owned by Black Box artist and ex-Scarecrow shredder Ben Horton, and distributed on a limited basis beginning July 2. The team is: Matt Mumford, John Allie, Jon Goemann, Anthony Schultz, Conhuir Lynn, and Pat Burke. Theres a promo video available at worldwideslave.com.
It’s finally here. Skateboarder’s Sunset Rampage 2 exclusive video presented by Analog & Gravis with all of the mini-ramp jamming on the Sunset Strip you could ask for. The video features: Arto Saari, Lance Mountain, Spanky, Andrew Langi, Ben Nordberg, Curren Caples, Chad Bartie, Dave Bachinsky and more.
Here’s pretty much everything Mehring has shot of Gilbert Crockett.
Watch our Raiders of the Archives Part 3 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.
We got a pair of the new Lindero Vans shoe to skate and review. Read a bit about what we thought about them here.
Sk8Mafia’s young buck, Tyler Surrey, takes a stab at our Tuesday 25. San Diego represent!
Check out this Raiders of the Archives part 1 of 4 with Jacob Rosenberg, director of the newly released “Waiting For Lightning” documentary about Danny Way. Jacob is also known for helping film legendary skate videos like Plan B’s “Questionable” “Virtual Reality” & “Second Hand Smoke” to name a few. We raided his storage unit and dug up some gems for your viewing pleasure.
Watch Eric Dressen’s Memory Screened video HERE Preview the April 2010 Issue HERE