TalkShit is a mixed-media zine by Yedihael Canat and Arthur Hun, giving readers an intimate look at the everyday lives of young skaters looking for fun and freedom.
As well as being London's largest DIY skate spot, Gillett Square is also a sanctuary for people on the fringes of society – but for how much longer?
Winner – which celebrates skateboarding’s ongoing love affair with DIY culture – opens this week at Deptford’s Curve.
Through zines, boards, art and parties, Jeffrey Cheung is making skating more inclusive – creating a safe, judgement-free community for young outsiders.
After finding his first camera in a skip, Petr Barabakaa has been photographing the streets as only a skater could: fleeting and accident prone.
Curren Caples is the ultimate postmodern skater, hailed as the future of the game. Now there’s a shoe that can finally keep up with him, thanks to some new tech from Vans.
Ed Templeton gave a random fan the chance to become the visual voice of his skate brand, all because of two simple words: Fuck it.
Skateboarding might have been banned in Philadelphia's LOVE Park, but for years it was a mecca for skaters in the city and beyond.
For Go Skateboarding Day 2017, we’ve taken a trip down memory lane through our archive to revisit lessons we've learnt from some of skating's greatest icons.
In her early years, skating provided Marianne Eloise with an escape: from anxiety, from a toxic household, the OCD that span around her head. But as she got older, all that changed; suddenly her board could no longer be a sanctuary.
Looking to bring his community together and protect them from the cold, Youssef Abaoud and his friends hand built the Byrrrh – Brussel's first official DIY indoor skate park to open in over a decade.
Greg Carroll revolutionised the skateboard industry, taking him from rags to riches and back again. Now he's disrupting on another level: helping people make sense of their lives.