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The Arizona Iced Tea crew closed out 2020 with a tour hitting NYC and SF. Includes Bonestalone's 180 over the subway tracks.
I’ve been seeing Kaz up for years, but I never knew he skated. This is a testament to the low profile he keeps; Kaz is a writer’s writer. I learned about his skate history through the graffiti grapevine while doing research for this project. So I contacted a mutual...
We're loving how Jahmal Williams (Hopps) is getting so much shine lately. Here's another interview by Adam Abada for Quartersnacks.
https://youtu.be/qbHLNMHn5tQ New York skateboarding OG - Rodney Smith was featured on VHS Mag's Weekday series discussing his latest brand All One.
https://youtu.be/IGK2iunjCI8 Here's Teflon by Stephan Lewis featuring NYC pandemic footage from: Bradley Culebro, Brandon James, Jake Smith, Jiro Platt, Mike Eggleton, Jahmali Ellison, Shredmaster Keith, and more. Still can't believe Keem pulled this off, insane!
In celebration of Harold's 47th birthday the Harold Hunter Foundation has released a limited-edition collector's deck. It features a hand-cut collage design by Seth Neary (Driven Studio) including a photo of Harold shot in 1995 by Gunars Elmuts (print included with...
New film from Josh Stewart for Picture Show titled Admit One. It features: John Baragwanath, Moose Abrams, Tyler Dietterich, East Coast friends and a part that's fire by Taylor Nawrocki. Soundtrack composed by S.Maharba and for more music check the TOA/Picture Show...
Artist, professional skateboarder, Hopps founder and Jazz enthusiast - Jahmal Williams was featured on the Juxtapoz site in this short film by Pep Kim. Jahmal truly embraces the attitude and creativity that we love about skateboarding.
Frankie Spears throwing down some tricks to promote the Alien Workshop High Priests series.
Tanner Diamond capturing some midtown nights with his crew: Milo Richardson, Coles Bailey, Julian Eversley, Cristian Caraballo, Kyota Umeki, Legend Xavier and Akobi Williams.
RB Umali put together a tribute to NJ and NYC brick spots throughout the decades as part of NJ Skateshop x Vans (Sayre & Fisher) Brick Collection release.
NJ Skateshop has a new collection with Vans celebrating the Sayre & Fisher brick company (Sayreville, NJ namesake). The 120 year old company baked up bricks that were used to build up many east coast cities including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building,...
Here's an edit from Jeff Cecere titled Why Me featuring: Jake Sanso, Brad Cromer, Carlisle Aikens, Kyler Brandt, Josh Wilson, Grady Smith, Brendan Carroll, Johnny Cumaoglu, Miles Brosz, Davis Emory, Pete Simpson, Nate Grzechowiak, and Justin Grzechowiak.
Yaje Popson dropped a new part confirming he's now down with Gino Iannucci for Poets.