Artists of Theory
The "Artists of Theory" feature is an idea created by contributing TOA writer, Isaac Mckay Randozzi. The series dives in with creatives in the skateboarding world who are doing their own thing, taking a hands-on approach and carving out their own interesting path. Today's episode is with amazing photographer Pep Kim, co-creator of Chrystie NYC.
The "Artists of Theory‚" series is back, and this week we're meeting the amazing Kramer doppelganger out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, John McGuire. John is not only the face behind the insane Seinfeld spoof "Giddy Up‚" for Friendship Skateboards, but he's also been behind the artwork featured on boards from Toy Machine, to Friendship and now even Theories…..let's get to know this maniac right now!
There's something about the act of skateboarding, the culture that surrounds it or the personalities attracted to it that to breeds some pretty creative individuals. Skaters who's very lives depend on being productive in their own unique ways…and who enrich our lives and expand our horizons as a result. That is who the "Artists of Theory‚" series is all about. Meet Evan Kinori, the next Artist of Theory.
The "Artists of Theory‚" series by Isaac Mckay Randozzi continues. And this time with a man who exemplifies the perfect subject matter for the series, the renaissance designer/artist/skater Brian Downey. Pro skater for ScumCo and the mastermind behind the truly DIY brand Falcon Bowse. Isaac caught up with Brian recently and an awesome interview ensued. Click ahead to dive in….
With the new 'Artists of Theory' feature, our friend Isaac Mckay Randozzi has set out to catch up with some of the artists, photographers, designers and video makers that are contributing to the underground scene and shaping the culture we all love. This new interview focuses on the talented and hard working filmer/editor from down under, Josh Roberts. Let's see what he has to say.....
We're back with a new installment of the "Artists of Theory" series by contributing writer Isaac Mckay Randozzi. This time we dive into the mind of Cosme, the man responsible for some amazing animation and graphics for Spirit Quest, Hopps, Theories and more. Enjoy!
Introducing a new interview series by contributing writer Isaac Mckay Randozzi, the "Artists of Theory". Catching up with the artists, filmmakers, designers and creatives behind the scenes helping to create the culture of skateboarding that we all love. And who better to start off with than Magenta artist and long time TOA family member Soy Panday.
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