Posts Tagged big brother
BIG BROTHER IS COMING BACK… AS A BOOK
I know we don't usually talk about the news, but skateboarding's best (and worst) magazine is coming back with a fat hardcover book.
SEX AND SKATEBOARD ART WITH SEAN CLIVER
"I didn’t make any of the sex between 1989–1998."
THE HISTORY OF WORLD INDUSTRIES AND ITS $29 MILLION DOLLAR SALE
The story behind the sale of one of the most influential companies ever.
WHY ARE SKATEBOARD GRAPHICS SO VANILLA NOW? A CHAT WITH MARC MCKEE
An interview with the guy who has made some of the best skateboard graphics of all time.
JEREMY KLEIN & NEARLY 20 YEARS OF HOOK-UPS SKATEBOARDS
"I just don’t like to associate skateboarding with sports, because I hate sports. I mean that’s why I skated in the first place."
AN INTERVIEW WITH A SKATEBOARD STICKER NERD
Check out this crazy sticker collection and feel like a giddy kid again.
WASTED MEMORIES WITH CHRIS NIERATKO
Although Chris Nieratko has gotten softer in his age, he's still one of our favorite dudes because he writes about the shit we care about: skateboarding and porn.
UNSEEN INTERVIEW WITH GG ALLIN FROM JAIL, 1991
GG Allin's performance antics make the entire black metal genre look like a bunch of costume wearing pussies.
CHEAZY E: THE ORIGINAL SKATEBOARD RAPPER RETURNS
You might expect the white skateboard rapper Cheazy-E to be a douche, an asshole or both.
HOW CHAD CARUSO SKATED ACROSS AMERICA
Chad did it the way most skateboarders would: independently and without much of a plan.
JOSH KALIS ON BUILDING AN INDOOR SKATEPARK WITH GRANITE FROM LOVE PARK
"Laying the granite tiles was the most torturous part because you’re on your knees. It was a month straight of doing 1,600 tiles."
WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE OFFICIAL BROOKLYN BANKS COMEBACK
We talked with Steve Rodriguez about the imminent reopening of The Banks, which has been in the works for 13 years now.
JENKEM MIX 126: ANTONIO DURAO
Much like Antonio himself, this one’s got it all… An auditory gumbo, if you will.
MEET THEO HAND, THE PHOTOGRAPHER WHO SHOT ALL YOUR FAVORITE ’90S PROS
Theo helped shape how skateboarding looks in the modern age, documenting names like Chad Muska, Tom Penny & Ali Boulala, all in their prime.