Carnival is a fun time in Germany. Everyone is drunk and the tongue looses. We…
A Jet-Ski from Tony Hawk and becoming sportsman of the year – Axel Cruysberghs has some interesting last words.
After Katsumi Minami founded Evisen in 2011 it is without a doubt the most renowned Japanese skateboard brand.
Tobin Yelland is one of those guys who shaped skateboardphotography with his own esthetic since the beginning. We met him in Berlin.
Takahiro Morita is one of the godfathers of Japanese skateboarding. We met him for an interview in his Shop in Tokyo.
Shin Sanbongi doesn’t force anything. He’s going with the flow, just cruising around. We followed him around his hometown for an interview.
Hugo Corbin is an upcoming skater from France with great style. He presents his new part and we also talked about it.
Drawing weird stuff and cutting shoes off – that's Sammy Montano.
Real talk with legends. We met Dustin Dollin and Steve Olson in Paris.
Even Javier Sarmiento doesn’t live in Barcelona anymore, he’s still a local. We visited him there as well as Jesus Fernandez and Dani Lebron.
CJF is an international organisation that uses skateboarding as a tool to stimulate social development for underprivileged youth around the world.
Big shoes, big pants, big spots – ladies and gentlemen, here’s John Shanahan.
Sven Kanclerski isn’t just a skateboarder, he also is a photographer, a trained artist, and he builds weird boards out of whatever he finds.
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