07.21.14 – Brian Blakely
FKD welcomes Jeremy Murray to their am team with this sick video featuring a some raw, east coast footy. Read more
Grant Brittain will be at Woodward West this Tuesday and Wednesday, July 22nd and 23rd showing a selection of 35 years of his skate photography and speaking to the Digital Media campers. Here’s your chance to ask Grant any and all questions about photography and the skate media. Read more
Andy Jenkins has added a new Pledge Prize to his Chirp Book Kickstarter campaign and this one is a banger. For $600 you get to make up the Chirping In question, get credited in The Skateboard Mag, and get the original art work.
Sebo Walker’s part in SK8RATS’ new video, Rat Poison, has everything you could ask for—techy ledge lines, successful rail biz, a solid manual game, and even a banger on the Santa Monica triple set. And with Sebo’s signature style tying it all together, we’re left with an amazing video part. Be sure to purchase the full-length version of Rat Poison right here. Film/Edit: Shane Auckland
Europe’s premiere amateur street skateboarding competition has a new home this year at Parque de Geraçoes, Portugal, on July 18-20, 2014. With the closure of the Skatepark of Amsterdam, Volcom’s Damn Am is moving south to the sunny summer skies of Portugal. Click through for more info. Read more
Chris Nieratko interviewed Antihero’s Chris Pfanner at length for issue #125. They spoke for nearly an hour, but due to space constraints we couldn’t fit the entire interview in The Mag, so here’s the full transcript of their conversation for your reading pleasure and a full-screen, high-res gallery (click the double arrows) for your looking pleasure.
Omar Salazar is not only the Doom Sayer Club president, but he’s also a client—openly inviting death, destruction, and terrible fate to ollie with him into this drainage ditch salad shooter and onto the cover of The Skateboard Mag #126. Click through to take a look inside The Mag.
Dolan Stearns, Cody Subido, Truman Hooker, Chris Coogan, Drew Verdugo, Brendan Keaveny, and a handful of others shred the newly updated Rancho Penesquitos skatepark and managed to hit every little nook and cranny the place has to offer. Click through and check it out. Film/Edit: Zack Dowdy