Our contributing photographer, Aaron Smith, went out to Kansas City to start working on a full interview with Sean Malto. So he hopped in the van with Ty Evans and drove out a few weeks back. Here’s a sneak peak at what went down. And check back this Friday for our exclusive “Straight to the Internet” video with Malto & friends.
This week’s Tuesday 25 is one of Toy Machine’s loyal pro pawns, Mr. Matt Bennett.
Today’s post consists of some random contact sheet finds from the Vans article “It Takes One to Know One” article in the current issue. Go pick one up today because it features a kick ass lineup from the Vans squad doing what they do best: ripping. Now on to the photos…
Our contributing photographer, Aaron Smith, went out to Kansas City to start working on a full interview with Sean Malto. So he hopped in the van with Ty Evans and drove out a few weeks back. Here’s a sneak peak at what went down. And check back next week for our exclusive “Straight to the Internet” video with Malto & friends.
Another Foundation am is in the spotlight for our Tuesday 25. Today it’s Ryan Spencer who likes Spam, cruising, and telling people to hide yo wife, hide yo kids. Foundation’s WTF! coming soon.
Greg Hunt had a photo show at Dem Passwords Gallery in West Hollywood on Friday. A bunch of people showed up and broed down with beers for the opening. Good times.
Foundation’s Taylor Smith is this week’s star of the Tuesday 25. Check out his picks for favorites and get hyped for the new Foundation video WTF premiering at the end of the month
Just a few more behind the scenes photos from our Sunset Rampage mini-ramp jam presented by Analog and Gravis last week at the Standard Hotel in Hollywood.
Check out photos from our second annual Sunset Rampage mini-ramp jam at the Standard hotel in Hollywood presented by Analog & Gravis. This is just part 1 of more photos and videos coming your way featuring Arto Saari, Dylan Rieder, Stefan Janoski, Dustin Dollin, Spanky, Chad Bartie, Andrew Langi and more.
Here’s your Tuesday 25 with one of our favorite Canadians, Mr. Rick McCrank. Enjoy.
Van Wastell’s family and friends gathered this past Saturday night at Skatelab skatepark, where Van was a local, to pay tribute and remember their friend, brother and son with “Forever Young: A Tribute To Van Wastell.” It was an amazing night filled with good skating, good friends and great memories of Van.
The little valley kid that’s all grown up now and is a fucking street ripper, Torey Pudwill handles this week’s Tuesday 25.