A little taste of what’s to come courtesy of Grant Taylor and Volcom next Wednesday over at the Thrasher site.
Does death come in two parts? Apparently DGK and Zero seem to think so. Good luck explaining that one to the Reaper when he comes around.
Some vandals took it upon themselves to hose spray “Go Home” across the front of a Quiksilver store in Venice totally fuckin’ up the new bricks, glass and shit. Poor place had only been up and running for a mere 24 hours, too. A friendly reminder to buy local and support your local skate shop. Viva Revolution!
Big Mike and The Boyz have pumped out another edit of some night-and-day fever sessions at the park in Superior, Wisconsin. Makes me look forward to the embarrassment I’ll feel skating on my next visit. Thanks guys.
Slap has released the first of it’s four part question and answer with skateboarding’s favorite whissssssper rapper, Jereme Rogers. Got to say, it’s kind of strange to see him in normal mode after seeing countless low budget music videos. Pretty good view though, he dodges a few good ones but that’s to be expected.
Filmmakers Corey Adams and Alex Craig are at it again, this time bringing their Manwolf creation to the set of Mister Heavenly’s “Bronx Sniper” video. We’re still waiting out a request for an interview with the duo in terms of the Machotaildrop hold-up courtesy of Fuel TV, so stay tuned.
$lave has enlisted the gnarliness of Ben Raybourn to their ranks of consumer friendly professionals. Dude is giving Phelps a run for his money in the Dudes That Shred Transition In Spectacles circuit. I’m sure there’s others, but that’s all that comes to mind for now.
Nice little documentary shot in Auckland City, New Zealand but speaks for anywhere, about those places we’re told to stay out of and never come back.
Well, well, well. Doesn’t Walker Ryan look all nice and sophisticated in his fancy new professional suit from Organika? Good shit, although his name does sound like the hospital staff mixed up the first and last name on his birth certificate.