“Geoff might not have been able to attend the event but this didn’t stop the masses gathering in his and Lost Art’s name. Geoff’s influence on skateboarding as a whole is undeniable and I’m sure he would’ve been touched to see so many in attendance and despite everything he has accomplished, is “still the same guy he was when he was in Liverpool” Mackey assured me.”
Close up with Geoff Rowley’s new Vans shoe, the [SOLOS].
(Featured: Sidewalk Magazine, 12th June 2015.) David Bowie is often considered a musical chameleon, seamlessly adapting as tastes change without ever compromising himself; able to navigate into that which is relevant whilst remaining original all the while. To back this flexibility up, consider how many skateboarders have been accompanied by Bowie over the years, evenContinue reading “Modern Love: David Bowie & Skateboarding”
More than worth the wait.
“Morrissey and skateboarding has been somewhat of a love affair over the years. Many a skateboarder, be it professional or everyday will have some varying degree of love for the man and with numerous productions over the years have seen his vocals, be it with the Smiths or solo, accompany a video part.”
Emerica’s Sabbath loving handrail destroyer, Justin ‘Figgy’ Figueroa is the latest member of the Emerica family to receive a pro model shoe. In a similar way to Colin Provost with the Reynolds Cruiser and Leo Romero with the Laced, rather than start from scratch, Figgy has chosen to rework one of his favourite Emerica models into his signature shoe.
Wear test review of the HUF Sutter.
Unused article originally written for Sidewalk Magazine Issue 215.
“It’s a brave look that few have pulled off because so few have had the courage to try. While in more recent times it’s become a staple of Team Handsome, its made some of the most eye catching tricks caught on film that much more appealing. Doing a trick is a great accomplishment but doing one in all white can escalate a seemingly average photo into an iconic ranking.”
“That’s the curtains.”