Menikmati is whitout a doubt one of the most influential skatevideos of all time...
Menikmati is whitout a doubt one of the most influential skatevideos of all times. 20 years after we talked to Fred Mortagne, the man behind the lens.
Leo Valls is doing a great job in Bordeaux, with getting the city skate friendly. Two of 17 projects are finished now. Here’s an update.
Samu Karvonen shot some photos of reflections and is a friend of self-reflection as well. Lots of reflections on several levels in this interview.
They are friends, have filmed together on several videos and now Josh Stewart did an interview with Jahmal Williams for our issue #38.
"By the time you’re in intensive care with a brain haemorrhage, you realize how short life can be."
We talked with Ryan Lay about skateboarding, politics, hiking, demons, Corona, his podcast and everything in between.
To show us their roots and inspirations, the kiosq team took a trip to the Ruhr area.
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.
That’s not your everyday skatevideo. Julien Paccard releases 7 films on 7 textures that will be one skatevideo in the end. Here he tells the story.
Bart Buikman soon celebrates his 20th birthday and today he can celebrate his first street part.
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