God help us all…
This edition of Raiders of the Archives features former pro-skater, filmmaker, photographer Greg Hunt to coincide with his feature photo portfolio in the latest issue of Skateboarder Magazine. Greg has made some of the biggest and best videos of the past ten years including The DC Video and Alien Workshop’s Mindfield. Greg is currently working for Vans and their upcoming video project.
Matt Box serves up a really cool hand painted rotorscoping of everyone’s favorite pro Jason Dill
The Globe team hit up Europe from July 4-12. Rodney Mullen, David Gonzalez, Chris Haslam, Mark Appleyard, Ryan Decenzo, Luan Oliveira, and Louie Lopez destroyed Europe for the first time since Globe’s EUnited Tour in 2009. The whole crew pushed through Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin and Oslo.
We hit up the Mafia premiere last Friday and got a little video highlight of our day and write up about it.
ERGO is pleased to welcome a man of wealth and taste. A man whose likeness graced the covers of three out of four skate mags in one month. A man who can cook one hell of a sausage and sees absolutely no shame in treating himself to a pickle.
A few recent clips from Jake Johnson and Gilbert Crockett leaked onto the interweb. You might be seeing a bit of these two in our next issue. And by might, I mean you will.
Darksliding hamrails, pushing fast as hell, Slash has a new trailer up for the Deathwish video.
Drehoball’s the latest star of the Vox Out of the Box online video series. And by the looks of his hat and shirt, he might have picked up a new clothing sponsor what with Elwood going limp on the team.
Check it out and check out Drehobl’s old part from Think’s dedication where he skates fast as hell and does some oddball maneuvers back before people were taking them to rails and hubbas.
Omit has a welcome video up for their new rider, Kyle Frederick.
Looks like it’s official. Mike Mo is off Lakai.
Quiksilver’s Canadian Alexander Mitchell has a new part online. You should watch it.