Mehring brings us some outtake photos from the Nike in Baku article featured in our current, final issue.
Destructo’s got some of Arto’s photos up on their site.
This week’s Mehring’s Bearings is dedicated to Van Wastell. RIP. These photos are from a Krooked tour in 2004 to France and Spain. The crew was Mark Gonzalez, Dan Drehobl, Bobby Worrest, and Van. Some have been published, some haven’t.
A group of skate photos shot outside the USA. Featuring Kenny Anderson, Guy Mariano, Jerry Hsu, Chris Pfanner, Al Davis, and more.
1. Memory from making A Happy Medium: Staying up all night and skating till the sun rises. 2. Fred Gall experience: Following him around in a casino 3. ’09 Video Part: Grant Taylor in the Nike video 4. Song from a skate video: The Proclaimers: “I Would Walk 500 Miles”["I'm Gonna Be"] in Dying to […]
Check out this Raiders of the Archives part 3 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. Check back next Friday for part 4 of 4.
Happy Birthday to Cairo! aka Roger aka old dude but not really…
After months of preparation, Atlas Skateboard Store is open for business! After the closings of DLXSM and Environment skate shop, longtime Bay Area skaters Mike Manidis and Ryen Motzek saw a need for shop that would service and nuture the skate scene of San Mateo and they have answered that call. The new shop is […]
Ryan Spencer is sick as fuck. He stopped by the office with the rest of the Superbrand crew and busted out on our shitty park with this Warm Up line.
Aaron Smith brings you more crazy unseen photos of Nyjah Huston.
1. AZ Skater: You mean Skaters! Jesse Plumb, Marty Murawski and Micah Hollinger are always the best. 2. Skate Video: Sole (coming soon(maybe)) 3. Skate state: AZ 4. Skate video part: Jerrod Saba in the Toebock vid Don’t Act Famous 5. Skate Camp Memory: Getting drunk at the bottom of the mountain and deciding it […]
Last night Nike opened their doors to their new Sixth and Mill private skatepark as well as launched Paul Rodriguez’s new shoe “P-Rod VI”. The party was put together fantastically by Nike and it’s affiliates with a maze, Nike history, photos, video, free food and drinks and a show by Killer Mike. Check out the photos from the event.