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.
Greg Hunt tells the story of how his iconic shot of Mark Gonzales came to be, and it involves a roof, a Ming dynasty vase and a $100 chocolate bar gifted to P Diddy. Read it the story behind the shot here.
This week, Dylan celebrated his 27th trip around the sun, and we celebrated by posting his Monster Children issue #34 cover and accompanying feature photos shot by Ryan Allan. Enjoy.
Did you even know that they dump sand on the roads in New England? Well, they do. And it fucking sucks. You can see it piled up all around the landing of Brian “Dutchmaster” Delaney’s ender in his most recent DQM edit, which is not-even-arguably the chillest backside tailslide in history.
The Vans video was great, aesthetically beautiful, and I’m sure you all enjoyed it. Here’s its opposite. Thrown together, fun, filmed horribly by the team manager, with just as stacked and varied of a squad as the current Vans roster.
Colin Sussingham has been on the scene for years shooting photos. Here he gives the backstory to some of his best images, featuring Andrew Wilson, Jed Anderson and Max Palmer.
Those two dudes who skated really far for no good reason are vaguely at it again with this pretty-ass clip, detailing the harsh winter and the Brooklyn spring that succeeded it. Get down, get your Zyrtec out, and go roll your ankle this weekend!
A fashionable addition to the construction sites and curbs of the Lower East Side, hopefully Chris Milic is here to stay. If not, it’s all goodie. Watch his part in the new vid here.
How’s that for a book title? Photographer Mark Whiteley is behind the new photo book, which he will release this Saturday, May 16, at Seeing Things Gallery in San Jose, CA.
Photographer Jonayd Cherifi spent a couple of days with skateboarder Curren Caples in his hometown of Ventura, California. Take a tour of Curren’s best spots here.
For issue #45 of MC, Riley Blakeway made a video with Daryl Angel and Nick Boserio to accompany the Eight & Sand story. Now he’s made a 60 second version, because he’s a show off. Best minute you’ll spend today.
Oakley In Residence: Los Angeles is a pop-up creative space and skate park in the heart of Los Angeles, right across from Fairfax High, renowned beeper-checker Kareem Campbell’s alma mater.
Recently, we sat down with skateboarder Kevin ‘Spanky’ Long and talked all things past and future tense. From growing up in the Emerica Mansion to turning 30 and filming his next video part, you can read it all here.
Hear ye! Hear ye! The towncrier has announced the latest signing to PASS~PORT, Mr. Nik Stipanovic. Incase you’re wondering why he’s on the team, check out the video, and then wonder no more.
Well done, Corey. Your Honorary Aussie certificate and matching stubby-holder is in the mail.
Oakley has opened a community space in LA that acts as both a creative hangout space and pop-up skate park. Check it out while you can.
The CONS Project Perth put on the best Zine Making & Printing workshop in town over the weekend, led by all-round legend Andrew Peters.
Vans premiered their highly anticipated full length skate video, Propeller, at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. It’s going to be a long time before another video like this comes around.
Here is the first installment of our new series, Back to the Feature. Episode one features Mike Carroll recreating Mickey Reyes backside wallride at 24th and Mission in San Francisco. Watch the video here.