Carnival is a fun time in Germany. Everyone is drunk and the tongue looses. We…
Josie Millard was European female skater of the year 2016 – but she nearly started scootering instead of skateboarding. Lucy Adams tells the story.
Always on the road, no regular working hours, and having meals in passing – that's Denny Pham.
Johanna and Sarah are friends for a long time. That’s why it was no question for Sarah to include her friend into her guest editor issue.
Mika Germond told us about his skateboarding and his life as a karate champion.
Lisa Whitaker told us about her brand Meow, her filming and her website for women skateboarding.
A few things are known about Alexis Sablone: architecture, scholarship, etc. But we didn't know about her graphic novel about nuclear waste.
It's been a long time since Marcel Webers last part. Now is land in sight.
Jin Yob Kim kommt ursprünglich aus Deutschland, macht aber jetzt in Südkorea ein Skatemagazin.
Elissa Steamer was the role model for all the women that came after her in skateboarding. It was a no-brainer to have her in the Sarah Meurle issue.
We digged deep into the archives of the art department of Real, Spitfire, Antihero, Krooked, Venture, and Thunder with an interview with Andy Pitts.
Jim Thiebaud still takes a clear stance and is willing to stand up for his opinion. Skateboarding could use many more individuals like him.
Ian Johnson is the man who is responsible for the FTC graphics as well as the Western Edition stuff.
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