One of Girl/Chocolate filmers Federico Vitetta made a music video featuring Cory Kennedy, Elijah Berle, Stevie Perez, Rick McCrank and a few more. This is insane! It’s a must watch!
What happens when you have a shit ton of park footage? Well the good people over at Baker will edit it and show it to the world. Who doesn’t like Andrew Reynolds skating anything?
Jenkem Mag interviewed Daewon Song about his doughnut addiction, 5-incher, getting pudgy and more. Definitely worth a read.
“Dude, Monsters!” show that opens on Thursday July 12th at the Think Tank Gallery in LA.
There are a ton of artists that have done graphics for skate companies in the show. Check it out!
Chocolate just posted their first drop of their latest catalog. Tank tops, baseball t’s, pocket knives and of course some soon to be classic graphics from The Art Dump. Definitely worth a look.
Gary’s back with another episode of Skate Line where he covers this week in skate news including Mark Suicu’s new part, Austyn ripping, how we judge skateboarding, the Berska and more. Good bless you Gary.
Zoo York just released this Chaz Ortiz video and like expected it’s insane! Watch him take Street League to the real streets.
Rip N’ Dip, Dekline and Toy Machine flow rider Blake Carpenter has an insane part from Daylando. Watch it and you’ll get pumped to skate. I promise!
Stacy Peralta has a really cool interview on Strombo. They talk about growing up in Venice, the skate scene in the 70s, how it became what it is today and working with Hollywood. Good stuff!
Daniel Kim gets a “Detention” at KAYO’s Da Playground. Pretty darn good skating.
A book has been made about the FDR Skatepark. It has been hands down one of the most epic and gnarly skateparks since it was built. Check out the flyer and make it out to the book release party in it’s hometown of Philadelphia.
We are so proud to finally show off our Vans collaboration. The original skate magazine teams up with the original skate shoe company for this limited release featuring an Old Skool, Mid Skool ’77, and Era in vintage color tones with a commemorative box to mark the occasion. Available now.