Dan Magee is experimenting with new ways to post raw footage to Instagram. He recently called up Kevin Coakley and Lee Berman to talk through an hour of clips from Kevin’s Make Friends With The Colour Blue part.
“The era in which TD, Seagram, and similar plazas were constructed can be considered a “goldilocks” moment in modern history, where the design of successful public spaces did not preclude the eventuality of skateboarding. The question now is, ‘What will become of these spaces in the future?’” Village Psychic and Michael Barker with a fantastic long-form piece on two of architect Mies van der Rohe’s plazas that most skateboarders know and love.
Jenkem hit up Brian Panebianco to learn more about the remnants of Love Park he skated in his recent Sabotage x DC part. A multiple mile walk to a ten foot fence hop to a four hour scavenger hunt is a wild level of dedication for one or two clips.
Space Is Only Noise is a great little slice of the San Francisco scene right now: hill bombs, porch spots, EMB, and the like.
Adam Abada revisited his In Memoriam column for Quartersnacks with the backstory behind photos of Huf, Harold Hunter, and Chris Keefe.
Next level spot selection and trick coordination in Tyler Surrey’s “Vagando” part, filmed and edited by Gustav Tønnesen.