Aaron Smith brings you the story behind our lastest cover featuring Mikey Taylor as well as some photos from our little cover party/BBQ/Mini ramp jam we had a Mikey’s last night.
Over a decade ago the Emerica team was living large in the Hollywood hills. Peep this article that was originally published in November 2002. Check back every Saturday for a “new” edition of Skateboarder Magazine’s: Total Recall, or get your ass to Mars.
We hit up Austyn to get the scoop on his recent move to HUF footwear alongside Dylan Rieder.
John Bradford’s gallery is the first to shine. Check it out.
Check out our photo recap from the Los Angeles premiere of Pretty Sweet featuring Elijah Berle, Raven Tershy, Marc Johnson, Alex Olson and more from Jaime Owens and Aaron Smith.
Extras from the article in the current issue. Habitat went down to Medellin, Colombia with Silas Baxter-Neal, Mark Suciu, and Brian Delatorre.
Our contributing writer, Seb Carayol, tracked down Powell-Peralta, 101 and Chocolate alumni Gabriel Rodriguez to find out about his early sponsorship days, professional career and the life after. Times have been tough for Gabriel but he’s overcome some demons and is trying to stay on the right path, so we’re proud to give you the Gabriel Rodriguez interview.
Emerica had a little get together at the Bakerboys Training Facility for Bryan Herman’s new shoe, the G6. A bunch of homies came out to celebrate Bryan and to get educated about the shoe from Emerica’s shoe designer. Click through to check out some photos from the night.
Here is Mehring’s second installment of travel highlights from Skateboarder Magazine trips. Please enjoy.
Take a look back at some of our favorite board graphics to come out this year. There’s been a bunch of good ones from the guys you can always count on like Enjoi, Toy, Crailtap and Skate Mental along with some other quality design from elsewhere.
The second of two posts of LA pics by Jonathan Mehring. This week features Jerry Hsu, Jason Dill, AVE, Nakel Smith, and more.
Many are asking why Skateboarder Magazine is shutting down. This video gives a small explanation as to why.