02.28.14 – Templeton Elliott
Peep the trailer for the new Supreme video, “cherry.” There is skateboarding in it.
Click on Real’s new Click-Fart-Win soundboard for a chance to win three new Real decks. Once you’ve gotten the farting out of your system check out the rest of Real’s latest product drop with new one off boards for Ishod Wair, Peter Ramondetta, Jake Donnelly, and James Hardy, new shaped boards, and tons of other rad stuff.
The historic Route 66 is a long, lonely road filled with abandonment and freedom. Matt Alberts, alongside Chet Childress and a few friends, set out to travel the desolate highway in hopes of snapping as many wet collodion portraits as they could, stopping randomly to skate and shoot with those he considers Lifers. Check out Episode 1 of The Lifers Project here, and dig into TSM issue #121 for the full article. And to purchase some of these unique prints, click here.
Check the trailer for NOISE, an independent video out of Florida set for a Summer 2014 release and featuring Kevin Shealy, Derek McLean, Joshua Baker, Salomon Cardenas, Zac Gracie, Garrett Miller, Andrew Considine, Trevor Thompson, and Matt Finley.
6 O’Clock Shots: Ernie Torres / Switch Frontside Big Spin / Los Angeles, California / Photos: Strand
We’ve teamed up with Official once again and proudly present four new hat styles to our online store, including a new Unstructured Snapback, TSM 5-panel, Sniper Camo Snapback, and the Sorry For Partying Snapback. Click through to check them out. Read more
Situated among the northern beaches of Sydney, Australia, is Manly Beach, home to the Manly Classics Cup, a three-day bowl riding event fully equipped with ocean breezes and bikini babes. Dowdy spent a few days down unda, went contest coverage crazy, and brought back this recap from the island of vagrants. Check it out here.
Scott Bourne was a 90s pro who had an unconventional approach to skateboarding. After drifting through SF for a few years, he wrote a novel. Here is a short documentary about this novel, A Room With No Windows, and Scott’s current life in Paris. Be sure to check out his interview in issue 121. Read more