JOSIAH GATLYN’S LIFE AFTER SKATEBOARDING
"Looking back on everything, this is exactly what I wanted in life in the first place. I'm more stoked on my career ending like this than any other way. You only get one life and I'm trying to pack as many things into it as possible."
THE COREY DUFFEL INTERVIEW
"I just hope I didn't Big Brother myself again."
AN INSIDE LOOK AT WELCOME SKATEBOARDS
"Whether you like the actual brand or not, we represent the idea that anyone (a nobody) can change things if they are willing to take action and make the necessary sacrifices."
AN INTERVIEW WITH BUBBA, A NATIVE AMERICAN SKATER FROM PINE RIDGE
We talk to Bubba, a 19 year old Native American about appropriation of their culture, drugs, and what videos and pro skaters are popular on the reservation.
THE GEOFF ROWLEY INTERVIEW
"I don’t wear boxers or underpants when I skate because you get so sweaty and nasty, I just go freeball. I recommend it."
BUILDING A SKATEPARK ON ONE OF THE WORLD’S BIGGEST INDIAN RESERVATIONS
We've all rolled our eyes at the cliche that "skateboarding saves lives," but on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, it really means something.
WHY IS MOTHER NOW CALLED QUASI SKATEBOARDS?
"Cease & Desist's are a motherfucker!"
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE MAN BEHIND THE OSIRIS D3, DAVE MAYHEW
How does it feel to have designed one of the best selling skate shoes of all time?
MEET THE MAN BEHIND MOTHER
After a couple of calls I got in touch with Chad, the man behind the elusive Mother Collective to try and find some answers.