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 […]
After a busy year of skating, filming and travelling the world, Johnny takes a little time to enjoy the spoils of his work. He’s knows 2006 will be full of more travelling, more filming and a big promotion to the Pro ranks of Toy Machine. So how’s it living in Corona these days Actually I […]
Vince Duran and Derek Fukuhara are great examples of “brothers from different mothers”. Check out their shredding in this week’s blog from Aaron Smith.
Sixty Seconds with Brian Anderson What’s your favorite place in San Francisco? Mission Bar. Who do you admire most in the world? John Stewart. He should be the President of the United States. If you could live one day over? I guess my birth. It’d be pretty cool to be able to remember that. What’s […]
A few more gems from the Brian Delatorre interview.
Check out Skateboarder Magazine’s highlight video from this past weekend’s Vans Pro-Tec Pool Party. Non-stop rippage ensued.
Coming hot off of the Element Future Nature video (which you can download for for free today at elementskateboards.com) Boo Johnson takes care of this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, D.C. 20207 Hotline:1-800-638-2772 (call them and say hi!) According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, approximately 26,000 persons are treated in hospital emergency rooms each year with skateboard related injuries. Deaths due to collisions with cars and from falls also are reported. Several factors – lack of protective […]
Sometimes you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do…
Aaron Smith brings you some photos of Skateboarder Magazine’s recent trip to New York City.
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. Check back next Friday for part 3 of 4.
You’re not gonna want to miss this one.