Six Days Late(r)
The Killing Floor’s John Vitale is our latest Artist of Theory.
Shogo Zama skates fast and brings a classic trick selection to a variety of tiled surfaces in his “Welcome to Magenta” part, featuring cameos from Vivien Feil, Soy Panday, Glen Fox, and Ruben Spelta.
Bronze dropped a mini Joseph Delgado section full of overseas footage.
“2010 was a weird time in skating. Ricky told the whole team we were gonna start releasing our footage on the internet. Needless to say, we were not thrilled. Little did we know at the time he was on the forefront, and here we are today on our phones.” - Pat Stiener and Traffic, ahead of the curve.
Couple of collabs/videos with shops this week: The Bust Crew x Venture montage serves as a victory lap for 2019 USOTY Jon Rowe, and the Blue Tile Lounge x Spitfire montage features some great footage from Jed Anderson and the rest of the shop team.
Chrome Ball Incident #137 is a hefty Jake Rosenberg interview on the evolution of H-Street and Plan B, with a bonus thirteen minutes of raw footage, to boot.
Felt like it was only a matter of time until someone combined the grind-to-wallride and wallride-to-grind into one trick.
Catch up with WKND and learn about Grant Yansura’s guilty music pleasures!
Uncertain times lie ahead. Please stay safe. If you can’t go outside, get started on all those creative projects you’ve been meaning to do, learn how to play chess, binge Seinfeld, and support your local shop and the small businesses you care about, if possible. Just because we're socially isolated doesn't mean we can't look out for one another.