Build a hippy jump spot, have a seat or play a ball game. Some tools that spice up urban life (and skateparks).
David Carson is one of the most famous graphic designers in the world who started his career in 1984 at Transworld magazine.
We know that you all have been partying to "Sandstorm" with speed shades on during a contest the past years.
Here are some of our favorite skateboarding tattoo artists.
Tom Botwid talks about his analog design process, using old photobooks, spray cans and glue.
Christopher Kadetzki is kinda like a skate photographer – but with brushes and paints.
Fake puke, fake hair, fake holes – but 100% real fun. That’s kind of the recipe for Alltimers boards that Pryce Holmes explains to us.
Pass~port graphics are different, aren’t they? We talked to Marcus Dixon, one of the guys who’s doing them.
The beauty of DIY. Lorna Goldfinch is transfering crusty DIY spots into mesmerizing drawings.
Map builder GyOm_XL let's us in on how he compressed Berlin into bytesize.
Etch a Sketch and childhood drawings. This interview with Spanky from our Dustin Dollin issue is slightly surreal.
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