The Own skateboards gang puts more pressure on the street than any angry citizen demo. Capitalist Casualties. Stuttgart. Demolition. Go!
We talked with Ryan Lay about skateboarding, politics, hiking, demons, Corona, his podcast and everything in between.
Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas. Shortly before the lockdown for the French Vans team, which became high rollers at the city's spots.
To show us their roots and inspirations, the kiosq team took a trip to the Ruhr area.
The part of Patrick Zentgraf has more than just a switch backtail. Although that would actually be enough.
Issue #33 in our webshop now!
Fabio Montagner has been on the board for 20 years now and has also cleared some street lamps out of the way.
Black and white, street and board, Claudia Lederer and Jeanne Duval - sometimes it does not take much for a good video.
Barney Page, Aidan Campbell and Nick Garcia take a few test laps in the new Joslin shoe.
If a tour is more than doing one-ups on the best known spots in a city.
Spanky, Matisse Banc and Jeremy Leabres present the new Emerica Midtop "Pillar" with only a few, but pretty good maneuvers.
Magenta – ten years in business and still running… from the cops.
The jet lag didn’t last for long, then Didrik Galasso let his signature exceptionality play at NYC spots.
Even though this part was filmed during the lockdown in Barcelona, Ulph Andersson brings nothing but good vibes.
You’re more into that ’90s shit right now than you are into recent stuff? Bonkers Shop has something for you.
Skateboarding is not known to be particularly political, but these days more and more skaters are raising their voices about grievances.
When the Berlin Radio guys go shopping in their hood, even the pizzas in the freezers sizzle the tomatoes.
The Italian Vans team wanted to explore new grounds and went on a trip to Istanbul. Here’s the video.
Issue #38 feat. – Ryan Lay, Jahmal Williams, Samu Karvonen, kiosq, Chrystie NYC and the French Vans team in Las Vegas
Die Schweizer Doodah crew nutzt die Alpennähe, um Spots in den Bergen zu finden…
With a skateable sculpture, videopremieres, a photo exhibition and a lot of fun we released our Skate Urbanism issue in Cologne.
Nils Brauer and Friedjof Feye went on a roadtrip from Hannover up to the arctic circle and took their boards with them in the Volvo.
Recently Lucas Beaufort teamed up with Brixton and one of the results of this collaboration is a print that can now be won.
Nizhny Novgorod has really good spots and a crew with whom one would like to hang out.
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