Our friend, Jason Hainault, was out in Las Vegas with the Osiris team and sent us these photos for you to check out of the team filming for an upcoming video project featuring JT Aultz, Corey Duffel, Chad Bartie, Peter Raffin and Taylor Bingaman. (This was before JT’s accident.)
This guy again.
Check out part 2 of the photo outtakes from the Skatipia article in the new Dec/Jan issue of Skateboarder featuring Zered Bassett, Bobby Worrest, Jake Johnson, Guru Khalsa and Gilbert Crockett.
Element’s Latvian ripper, Madars Apse, steps up for this week’s Tuesday 25.
Harold Hunter Day V kicked off this weekend in NYC. All the skaters came out to remember Harold and have a skate at the Manhattan Bridge park, including Brandon Westgate, Zered Bassett, Eli Reed, Chad Muska, Jimmy McDonald, Joe Ron Deily, Tookmanian, Danny Falla, Kevin Tierney, Billy Rohan, Rodney Torres, and Steve Rodriguez. Check out RB Umali’s video recap as well.
Silas Baxter-Neal graces the cover of our Dec/Jan 2012 issue with a down right dirty and raw frontside kickflip over the wall at an old sewage plant. Go grab your copy now for your local newsstand.
If you’ve ever seen Johnny Layton at a demo you know he does not disappoint the crowd.
Check out Jonathan Mehring’s photo outtakes from his Skatipia article in the new Dec/Jan issue of Skateboarder featuring Zered Bassett, Bobby Worrest, Jake Johnson, Guru Khalsa and Gilbert Crockett.
Sal Barbier has a Lost & Found interview in the new Dec/Jan issue of Skateboarder but we couldn’t fit the whole thing on one page so we present the entire interview for you here.
So it looks like we can agree with the establishment…
It was a year ago right now that we were frantically trying to save a homie trip to Australia that had all but fallen apart. Slash was one of the ones to save the day, and came along for one of the funnest trips we all had ever been on. Here’s to the good times Slash!
Just an alternate photo of Julian Davidson from his and Nick’s joint interview a couple issues back. We got a color photo that ran, and had this BW as an option as well.