Way back in issue #29 of Monster Children, we asked Mr Kevin Spanky Long to list ten things that he hates about himself. Read his self-loathe here.
These dudes are systematically pilfering the North Jersey urbania, digging up the most broken-down spots, and pounding out some of the dopest edits every try.
Tasteful and unique, with an accompanying series of decks from Girl and Chocolate, these shoes pay homage to their designer’s rich history in the sport.
Photographer Zachary Epstein just spent 8 weeks at Element skate camp and said it was the best summer of his life. By the look of his photos, he’s not lying.
Adidas Skate Copa’s inaugural event in Australia went down last weekend! What happened? Who won? Come inside and find out!
KREW’s Rights Refused series just keeps getting better. For their latest installment, directed by Riley Blakeway, they feature artist Dennis McNett.
Brixton & Independent are calling their collab a ‘Friendly Union’, even though we heard them talking complete shit about each other in the bathroom.
Dime MTL, in keeping up with their tongue-in-cheek allergy to bullshit, threw the skate event to end all skate events, with the first ever Dime Glory Challenge.
Here is ‘Life of Leisure’, filmed by Mike Manzoori, ahead of its time in use of found footage, pole jams, and the skating of rocks.
Next time you’re complaining about your coffee being lukewarm; shut the fuck up and watch this.
Do you like skulls? If the answer is yes, do we have a board for you. Our new deck features artwork created by the very talented Andrei Molodkin. Check it out here.
CONS introduce the all new Sumner, inspired by Louie Lopez and the streets of LA.
As a core ripper I always try to support the core shops and brands wherever I’m at, but sometimes you just need a sheet of grip as soon as possible. So yesterday, I went to the Zumiez in Union Square. Here is my store review.
Australian skateboarders Boyd Yound and Bibi Bradbury had a day to build, skate, and document the first mini ramp in the middle of a Hemp field—that we’re aware of, anyway. Tune in and green out.
Hucking himself onto mammoth rails and into the crummiest hills he can find, Nick Boserio comes in like a ton of bricks and maims whatever’s in his path. What’s that guy eating? Find out here.
This month Adidas brings Skate Copa to Melbourne!
In issue #47 of Monster Children, we interview professional skateboarder Austyn Gillette. Sitting poolside in LA, Austyn opens up about his family, his career, and his recent knee surgeries. Read the article here.
In issue #35 of Monster Children, we asked skateboarder Alex Olson what 10 things really got his goat, and he handled it with the grace and ease of a 97-year-old with prostate cancer.
This week’s playlist was created by none other than prolific artist Mike Giant. Not only does Mike have one of the steadiest hands in the tattoo game, turns out he’s got a steady ear, too.
For issue #47 of Monster Children, we visited artist Haroshi at his studio in Kosuge, Japan. Haroshi has been turning discarded skateboards into awe-inspiring sculptures for over a decade. Watch the video here.