The Cliché video premiered last night far away from France in Hollywood, CA. With a team roster that’s top notch and a very unique video/art direction, the Cliché video will be a very hard one to beat this year. Check out all the photos inside.
Owens Photo this week is Leo Romero from 2004. Leo gets buck for our Either/Or page and more.
Mehring spent a week in LA recently and shot these photos behind the scenes of a Brain Farm shoot directed by Ty Evans. Check out the flicks with Guy Mariano, Sean Malto, Torey Pudwill, Mark Appleyard, and more.
Our friend and contributor Tadashi Yamaoda held up in the Arizona heat and came back with some photos from the 2013 Phoenix Am. Check out some flicks of winner Adriano Lachovski and a whole bunch more.
Inspired by his Cosmic Vomit part that came out this week, Aaron Smith brings you photos of Johan Stuckey from over a 4 year span. Check out all the photos and the stories behind them inside.
Owens Photo this week is a huge frontside 180 of Lurkville’s Dolan Stearns from 2012. Check inside to see this monster.
After Emerica’s Stay Gold was released, the dudes didn’t just sit around and wait to hop on a new project. A handful of the team were hitting the streets just days after the video premiered and re-stacking clips for another Emerica project!
On a cold winter day in 2008 Tim O’Connor, Fred Gall, and Jack Sabback went on a Hail Mary mission to try and get a cover shot for a deadline that was 3 days away.
We hit the road with Red Bull last year and cruised around the East Coast with a solid crew. Check out the original text and photos from our Feb/Mar 2012 issue featuring Sheckler, Zered Bassett, Kieran Reilly, and more. You could argue that this was the issue that the newly famous ATL Twins gained their fame from!
Check out this Jamie Thomas article called “Solo Mission” from our Feb/Mar 2012 issue and see what the Chief was up to around this time last year.
The Deathwish Video Premiered on Saturday and our photographer Jonathan Mehring was there to capture the event. Look out for the DVD w/ bonus footage and the video on iTunes April 21st.
Check out Sal Barbier’s satirical look at “Skabonics” and skate slang for this week’s Total Recall featurette from our Sept/Oct 2000 issue.