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.
Aaron Smith brings you another batch of random skate flicks featuring Sean Malto, Kris Markovich, Daniel Shimizu, Wieger Van Wageningen and more. Check it out.
Corey Duffel Left Side Broken Nose and Collarbone A wrestling coach grabbed my board and was trying to get me in trouble. Another coach saw us scuffling and grabbed me from behind. I fell forward to the ground and broke my nose and collarbone. I took them to court, and they settled for a little [...]
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Skateboarder Magazine goes and digs through Dave Bergthold’s garage in part 2 of his Raiders of the Archives while he unearths tons of classic decks and artwork from his early years of heading up Blockhead and Invisible skateboards. Legendary Jeremy Wray even makes a cameo. Make sure to check back next Friday for part 3 of 4.
Raiders of the Archives: Skatelab Part 3 of 3 with Todd Huber the owner of the skatepark and museum. Todd’s collection of skate memorabilia is second to none. His treasure trove of skate goodies is so big that he can’t fit it all into the museum and most has to be stored in the basement and never gets seen until now.
Element is proud to announce the collaboration with the Imaginary Foundation. The Imaginary Foundation is a think tank from Switzerland that does experimental research on new ways of thinking and the power of the imagination. They hold dear a belief in human potential and seek progress in all directions. The small clandestine team is headed [...]
One of our favorite photographers, Mr. Jon Humphries has this weeks Raiders of the Archives for Skateboardermag.com. Part 3 of 3.
Check out the classic 411VM #6 full episode from 1994 featuring a bonus, new interview with RB Umali looking back on his early filming career that was started at 411.
Jonathan Mehring captured from Go Skateboarding Day action in NYC featuring some local talent and the Nike guys.
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 2 of 2 where Rick talks about what it’s like to shoot a monkey for the cover of Big Brother.