Apparently the Brooklyn Banks are now a "former skate park?" Weak. If you beg to disagree, shoot the Brooklyn Bridge Outreach an email and let them know.
Watch Drew Etzkorn crush through some St. Louis crust with ease in Comb, the newest flick from the St. Losers crew and one of the best local videos I've seen the past few years.
Real remastered some classic Keith Hufnagel this past week, including his Non-Fiction, Real to Reel, and Roll Forever parts. Tough to beat the classics.
French Fred pulled some more Thibaud Fradin footage from the archives earlier this week. I'm still crossing my fingers for a Jan Kliewer episode...
In the Doldrums is a rad full-length by Kris Burkhardt that reminds us of spots in Southern California beyond sextuple kinks and industrial parks.
John Gardner is one of the only dudes who can get away with skating to his own music.
Atlanta's semi-defunct Chicken Coop: a master class in the birth and death of a DIY spot.
Quartersnacks' Copenhagen branch pays tribute to good ground.
Shoutout to Jenkem for confirming that your trips to Target aren't nearly as interesting as you might think.
If you haven't checked out our design contest finalists and voted on a winner, what the hell are you waiting for?
Finally, none of these parts are new, but after this past week's Monster logo onslaught, we could use some extra inspiration.
- Danny Brady, Lost and Found
- Eastern Exposure Zero
- Mike Carroll, Finally
- Brian Downey, Local Express
- PJ Ladd, PJ Ladd's Wonderful Horrible Life
njoy that lovely weather outside today.