Weekly Randoms featuring Pepe Martinez, Anthony Pappalardo, Kerry Getz, Ricky Oyola, Rob Pluhowski, and more.
Ben Kilpatrick interned with us this past summer and did a great job of helping us out here, so we wanted to showcase some of Ben’s photographic talents here with his very own guest blog. Click through to see some great photos!
Nike and Alien Workshop AM Donovon Piscopo handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for skateboardermag.com. Click through for some Q/A and some video parts.
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.
This week’s Total Recall features the photography of Spike Jonze, originally published in July of 2000. Spike has had an illustrious career from his magazine work, music video direction, working with some of the best bands/groups of all time, co-owning Girl Skateboards, and the list goes on and on. Click through to read the old article and check out some rad photos.
This week Aaron Smith brings you photos of Stefan Janoski from his Nike Chronicles video part.
More Leo Romero!
Check out the full unedited Lost & Found interview with (Shorty’s) Steve Olson from our Aug/Sept Issue where he talks more in depth about his music career, spirituality, skate rappers and more.
Finally, here’s your chance to purchase some Skateboarder Magazine gear like T-shirts, hoodies, hats and more to be the first of your friends to break free of the sea of Thrasher shirts and stand out in a crowd.
A group of photos from the mid 2000s featuring Danny Renaud, Jason Dill, Rob Pluhowski, Ed Selego, Forrest Kirby, Tim O’Connor, Anthony Pappalardo, and more.
Etnies and Mystery AM David Reyes handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for skateboardermag.com. Click through for some Q/A and some old video parts.
From da Cradle to da Grave
Kareem, Muska and Stevie get up out the ghetto
Published May/June 2000