Eugene first began his career by selling toys to his elementary school peers. He then upgraded to petty crime, stealing from the coat pockets of Duke university students. Now he runs a skate shop from his apartment. Read his incredible story here.
Utter mayhem ensued this morning at footwear retail outlets across the U.S. with the release of this ultra-rare, very expensive collaboration between the industry leaders in fashion and copper-alloy hardware.
We sat down with Davis Torgerson to get the inside scoop on the best places to skate, eat, shop and sight see in his home state of Minnesota.
KREW’s latest episode of Rights Refused features BB Bastidas during a stint in London where he discusses his passion for skateboarding and art, and his fascination with the supernatural.
We asked photographer Bram De Martelaere a couple photo-based questions to find out more about the eye behind the viewfinder. If you want to see Black & White at it’s best, click here.
Watch Slovenian skateboarder Luka Bizjak gliding through a city-wide line, shot and directed by the talented Kristijian Stramic.
Skateboarder Daryl Angel hails from San Jose, CA. We asked Daryl for the inside scoop on the best places to skate, eat, shop and sight see in Saint Joseph, and he agreed to show us a good time. See his recs here.
A former TransWorld employee, David Stoddard partnered with fellow TW employees Jason Young and Mike Chapin to start a business. The trio worked graveyard shifts on top of their day jobs and over nearly two years, Brixton was born.
The reimagined Converse Cons One Star.
Skateboarder Kevin Terpening hails from Norwalk, Ohio, and he’s proud of the fact. We asked him to give us the inside scoop on the best places to eat, skate, drink and shop in his home state. Take the tour here.
Mark your calendars: Geoff Rowley’s new Vans shoe, the Solo, hits stores June 13. Dropping with it is a full clothing capsule. Get the scoop here.
Finally, skateboarding’s two heaviest-hitting purveyors of vintage technology have come together with arguably the most bangin’ posse-cut to date.
Brian Kelley is a commercial photographer, skateboarder, and a humble and friendly creative who ends every text message he sends with a smiley face emoji. He also takes fantastic photos. Take a look here.
Adam Abada is an artist, filmmaker, and skateboarder. He went to visit family in the small village of Guela’a, Algeria. He brought his board, and without realizing it, was probably the only one to ever do so.
Artist Foster Huntington is truly a Renaissance man, so we were hardly surprised to discover that the stunning, multi-platform treehouse in Washington state’s Columbia River Gorge was his next undertaking.
Minneapolis-born James Rewolinski is the shit. Since opening Labor Skate Shop in 2012, he’s been doing something that has seemed to elude so many of Manhattan’s downtown businessmen before him: staying the fuck open.
Iris Skateboards are a San francisco based skateboard company who create unique, handmade, one-of-a-kind skateboards from recycled decks. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
You should buy some new Richer Poorer socks from their summer 2015 range and see if they make you skate this well.
Happy Birthday, Gonz! Here’s Greg Hunt telling the story of how his iconic shot of Mark Gonzales came to be.