George Powell, the brains behind the Bones Wheels phenomenon discusses the development of the skateboard wheel and how he personally designed and made what he saw as the perfect urethane mix to make skateboarding as fast and as smooth as possible.
French has added another concrete slayer to his evergrowing team of moshers over at Witchcraft.
Mikey Joyce is now on the flow team and has quite a following down at Saffron Walden’s curves as you can see from this previous link of the day.
Filmed and edited by Matthew Bromley
Photo: Lee J
Well, you are in for a treat this week as London based artist Mr. Gauky has allowed us into his studio to see what goes on behind the scenes of his incredible work.
Mr Gauky is the man behind the Battle Royal themed Superdead decks that are currently out right now and has become one of the most talked about artists in town this year. So, with this in mind, we decided to get the lowdown from the man himself as he is also one of the artists we have picked to be involved in our Toxic Wasters sticker art show at this year’s Halloween Massacre.
Watch this Day in the Life video that will give you a sneak peek at some of his drawings, illustrations and work in progress followed nicely with some dangerous rooftop coffee and cake time and a few pumps at his local cement hole- Cantelowes skatepark in Camden.
Get your 3D glasses on and click the 3D button in this youtube embed to watch this Unbeleafable edit featuring skating from Vincent Alvarez, Brian Anderson, Kenny Anderson, Elijah Berle, Chico Brenes, Justin Eldridge, Cory Kennedy , Eric Koston , Stevie Perez, Chris Roberts, Raven Tershy and Jeron Wilson .
Skateboards made from mirrors are now available on the internet for those vain enough to want to wake up and look at their own mugs on a deck. Buy one from here.
Last November we brought you You Got Soul from Newsoul Skateboards in Sweden, an edit that featured a brilliant ender by the technically gifted Abbe Nyberg.
If you missed that then go back in time to rediscover but first you need to play this little edit from the Berrics as once again this is simply amazing skateboarding for all the right reasons.
Yelawolf has spoken about his love of skateboarding but has assured both fans and skaters alike that he won’t be exploiting it.
Whilst he has never shied away from being a skater nor ever held himself back from professing his love for a good schralp, he recently said in an interview that he didn’t want to make tracks specifically about skating, as Lupe Fiasco and Pharrell have done in the past. He explained:
“It’s something I do, it’s something that I love doing, but it’s nothing that I’d ever want to exploit. I think skateboarders respect that, and I think that’s why I’ve been embraced within that culture, because I don’t want to write records about skateboarding. I don’t think it’s necessary, I don’t think it’s cool.”
You can see him on a board in the video below, for the remix of I Wish, which also sees him wearing arguably the best sweatshirt of all time.
The first edit to drop from La Capsule Magenta in 2011 is a collection of clips filmed in the deliciously skateable city of wine, Bordeaux.
Filmed by Yoann Taillander and Jean Feil during December the clip below features typically awesome skating from a handful of the Magenta team and some select friends with Gang Starr providing a soundtrack ripe for monochrome shredding. Get some below.
The super-switch-stance Huddersfield power-dad Paul Silvester is now guzzling booze and shredding in the name of Death Urethane.
Check the picture that was dropped in our inbox by Zorlac and get hyped to see more from the “Man” himself soon!