Tag Archives: skate & snap

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Skate & Snap: Dimitri Karakostas

We’ve known Dimitri for a while now. He shot those photos of the Canadian G20 protests for us a couple of years ago before rioting and protests were so, like, mainstream and lame, and we’ve been following his work since

Skate & Snap – Leigh Harrison

Skaters in Grimsby spend as much time smoking cigarettes as they do skating.

Skate & Snap: Larry Bao.

Living in Indiana sucks if you skateboard.

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Skate & Snap – Andrew Livingston.

Andrew is a young photographer from Ventura, California who, when he’s not taking photos, is either shooting fims, surfing or skateboarding, which is kind of the perfect life really.


Skate & Snap – Tom Bosley.

Tom Bosley is a 17 year old from Huddersfield whose life revolves around skating, snowboarding, his girlfriend (awh) and photography.


Skate & Snap – Ed Schofield.

On his travels around the world Ed passed through New Zealand and hooked up with Ryan Willoughby for this photo selection of New Zealand’s prime skate-spots.


Skate & Snap – Jack James.

Here are some photos that Jack James has taken for us over the last couple of weeks. There seems to be a running theme of injured people in skate & snap. Remember kids, always wear a helmet.


Skate & Snap – Riccardo Bergadano.

These photos are so rad in that grainy, black & white, Larry Clark, early 90’s, skating is fucking cool way. Also, most the people in the pictures are from the 011 Problematic Crew. I don’t know what that name signifies, but it sounds awesome.


Skate & snap – David Cooper.

David Cooper is the second photographer in our skate & snap feature. He usually takes photos in the Shetland Isles (can’t imagine what it would be like to skate up there) but most of these are from a trip to Brooklyn. Keep posted for an exclusive set of photos from David soon.


Skate & snap – Benjamin Bostock.

We asked Benjamin Bostock to go out for a skate with his friends and take some photos for us, and that’s exactly what he did. No curve-balls here. Check them out.



CPH:PIX Film Festival: The Invader

It all starts with a close up of a pussy, labia and all. Nicolas Provost’s notorious opening for The Invader suggests that the next ninety minutes of film will be…



Asia Chmielewska.

Full sized wooly mammoths, spooning bananas and stoner triad BMWs are apparently pretty common in Barcelona, or at least that's what Asia's photography makes you think.


Michael J DeMeo.

Michael runs No Thoughts photo zine, which has just released it's fourth issue, so go cop that. He selected some work for us and took us through the story behind…