Jonathan Mehring takes us behind the cover of the final issue of Skateboarder Magazine.
Following up Skateboarder Magazine’s first episode of our new video series “In the Editing Bay” with Nike SB’s Jason Hernandez, here we have Jason answering questions from our followers on Facebook and giving some good tips on filming and editing.
Legendary skate photographer Lance Dawes digs through his home office to share some skate history.
Ricki Bedenbaugh, aka “The Dude,” is a filmer/editor based in Long Beach, CA who has worked for 411VM, New Deal Skateboards, Element skateboards and currently works with Etnies. Ricki let us dig around in his home office for a few hours and here’s what we found. Also, be on the lookout for Ricki’s Etnies Europe video dropping online Monday Dec. 12.
Coming all the way in from Sydney, Australia, Chima Ferguson handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com
This Raiders of the Archives features Legendary Big Brother magazine photographer Rick Kosick who gain even more fame by being a part of the MTV Jackass crew. Check out part 1 of 2 here where Rick digs through his old magazine collection and tells the story of hwo he got started in the skateboard industry and how Steve Rocco gave him an unlimited credit card.
Leo Romero bangs out this sick nosebluntslide cover and a full BroStyle interview for our October/November issue out on newsstands now. Also check out the Volcom Puerto Rico/Mexico trip, the Stereo AZ trip and more.
This edition of Raiders of the Archives features former pro-skater, filmmaker, photographer Greg Hunt to coincide with his feature photo portfolio in the latest issue of Skateboarder Magazine. Greg has made some of the biggest and best videos of the past ten years including The DC Video and Alien Workshop’s Mindfield. Greg is currently working for Vans and their upcoming video project.
The 2013 Tampa Pro contest might be the best one to date. Luan Oliveira, Nyjah Huston, Chaz Ortiz, Ishod Wair and so many others put it down! Check out our video from the finals.
15 Things You Didn’t Know About The Brooklyn Banks 1. Built in the mid-’60s under the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Brooklyn Banks has been a hub for the New York skate scene since the early-’80s. The spot has banks of varying sizes, wallride pillars, ledges and rails. O.G. Banks local and original […]
Mikey Taylor gets another first try warm up clip out in the streets. Who warms up with a line like this?
Mike Anderson at golden hour.