Pierre Descamps puts skateable sculptures in public space and takes pictures of spots – without skaters.
Combining the cute with the dirty is his specialty. We met Polar graphic designer Jacob Ovgren at his artshow in Amsterdam.
Hiroki Muraoka has crossed europe in only 20 days and even designed a guest board for magenta.
Sven Kanclerski isn’t just a skateboarder, he also is a photographer, a trained artist, and he builds weird boards out of whatever he finds.
A few things are known about Alexis Sablone: architecture, scholarship, etc. But we didn't know about her graphic novel about nuclear waste.
We digged deep into the archives of the art department of Real, Spitfire, Antihero, Krooked, Venture, and Thunder with an interview with Andy Pitts.
Ian Johnson is the man who is responsible for the FTC graphics as well as the Western Edition stuff.
Paul Kobringer works at TransWorld Skateboarding, is a passionate Skateboarder and he recently discovered his long lost ability in drawing.
Artist Olivier “Tavu” Ente tries to understand humanity, the universe, life and all the rest through his artworks.
Polar mastermind Pontus Alv opened his private archive for his longtime friend Alexander Basile.
Oliver brings new relationships to things that we would have otherwise missed.
Now, Eloise Dörr is living in London, is still 21 years young, and already one of the most popular female skate artists.
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