In the backwoods of of Ohio exists a world of skaters that live by their own rules, and this place is called Skatopia Skate Park. This is a place where the only rules are that there are no RULES! The photographer Stacy Kranitz has explored this insane place and now we all can see what goes on there through her lens. Her style of photography is so up close and personal I can almost smell the stench coming off these skaters!
Trippy, lo-fi, passionate, weird and bugged out are some of the words to describe this new skate video by FANCY LAD “FL3.” I love where these dudes are coming from – skating made fun again, on a low budget tip!A lo-fi Skating Video that is an LSD TRIP’s worth of fun!
What time is? It’s time to check out the new new WITCHCRAFT Decks and they look way beyond filthy as usual. This go around, the art was created by Paul Parker, French, Murdoch Stafford and Swampy, as well as the reworked OG Goatwitch graphic on both the standard shape and
O.G. posted @ JENKEM Mag Skateboarders are often categorized by people outside of our community as thrill seekers or adrenaline junkies, a comparison that always makes me cringe. For the most part, (speaking from personal experience here) skateboarders remain low to the ground – their biggest adrenaline rushes come from
Danny Gonzalez, pinched from our comrades JENKEM Magazine One of the sickest and most underrated skaters to step on a board was Danny Gonzalez…After you watch this footage, you’ll see that it is fucking insane that this dude wasn’t given more props. To me, I do see some Gonz in
Christian Hosoi is one of the best skaters to ever step on a board. He was my generation’s Tony Alva, but he took skate boarding to even newer heights. Today CVLT Nation wants to celebrate a true OG with a video essay that looks at Christian doing his thing in
Faster Faster Faster …oh shit, I’m getting speed warbles going down this hill! I hope I don’t eat shit and die! These are the thoughts I would have when I used to blaze down the hills of San Francisco. With my own eyes, I have seen skaters speed past me
In my lIn my lifetime, I have seen Tony Alva re-invent himself and his company many different times while always staying ahead of the curve! Out of all of the OG Z-Boys, he has had the biggest impact on youth culture both mainstream and underground. Alva has always gotten his
Over the past couple of weeks, I have watching the Epicly Later’d series about Chocolate Skateboards. The other day I watched the final part, and now I want to share the full documentary with you. What I always love about these films is that I can feel that Patrick O’Dell
via Jenkem Filmed & Edited by: Sean Colello Skateboarding: Rob Miceli Photography: Sean Colello “We hit up a few abandoned spots to make this project happen but the one place we went back to constantly was a partially abandoned psychiatric center in New York state. Back in 1931 the center
One of my favorite skates in the 80’s that did not come from Cali was Texas’ ZORLAC! Not only did they have gnarly skaters such as Craig Johnson, but Pushead was their in house artists. Check out this kick ass video ZORLAC’s Zero the Hero that also features a pretty
When I lived in San Francisco during the 80’s, one skate spot would strike fear in many people’s hearts! The place I’m speaking about is the Dish, which was located in the worst ghetto of the time, Hunters Point. I have heard many stories of homies skating up there, then