Tag Archives: Skateboarding

Skate & Snap: Larry Bao.

Living in Indiana sucks if you skateboard.

Illustrations, now photos.

Starting today we’re gonna wholesale steal Sam Taylor’s photos and captions and present them as our own. Here’s a bunch of stuff he did recently.

Timo T

Timothee seems kinda pissed with the French skate scene, but he still snaps these gnarly fisheyes.

One Skater, One Spot – Chris Lanaway.

Chris is one of our semi-regular contributors who also happens to be a dab hand at skateboarding, so Matt Murray filmed him skating Dorking skatepark for us and sent it over.

The Parliament Of Feathers.

So the Parliament Of Feathers is an all new screen printing studio set up by 3 like minded creative individuals in the sea swept outskirts of Brighton. Their ideas seem simple, to have a hub where people can walk in and out as they please, a place where like minded individuals can go to print and produce awesome tailor made screen printed goods and to just hang out really!

Sir Clintavius.

Clinton is from “The Moon’s Nest – home to hooligans, hoodlums, rastafarians, wizards and gypsies alike.” He collages from people out of National Geographic, dreams he’s had, and whatever feels groovy.

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.

Kyle Platts: informed by bad skin, hotrods and dead people.

You can find Kyle Platts in a little corner of Camberwell, listening to Radio 6 and drawing all day. When he’s not doing that you’ll find him skateboarding or, more recently, playing ping pong. He’s putting on an exhibition in Camberwell soon (that will definitely be worth checking out) and Lisa had a chat with him about it.

OMG OMG OMG – No Age.

Just to let you know, me talking to No Age is like the equivalent of Jack Jordan talking to Uma Thurman, only I’m not a psychopathic stalker, just a big fan.


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MIXTAPES.

Then & Now – True Womanhood.

A then & now playlist from True womanhood's percussionist Noam. He used to be pretty much just interested in electronica and weird jazz vibes.

INTERVIEW.

In Talks With : Little Gang.

Jacob Snavely is the American born, Stockholm based master mind behind the fantastic musical collective that is Little Gang. A collective featuring members from other bands such as The…

ART.

There’s a photographer called Min (t).

There's a photographer called Min-Syuang Wang who's name on Flickr is Mint so obviously that caught our attention, but her photos also caught our attention because they're kind of scary.