In a new book, photographer Greg Hunt captures the details of his 16-year friendship with the skateboarder and Fucking Awesome founder.
25 years ago, a retired winemaker built a 3000-square-metre skate park, complete with fully functioning ski lift. Now, it’s the skate world’s first ever ‘ghost town.’
Acclaimed new documentary Minding the Gap captures a decade-long bond between three skaters escaping volatile backgrounds.
Gender equality, ’80s France, and the endless search for the perfect wave: this weekend’s Milan festival celebrates the bond between surf, skate & film.
Nora Vasconcellos' dream was to turn pro on her own terms. Now that she’s become Adidas' first female rider, it's time the industry caught up with reality.
After taking a road-trip across the US with his best friend, skater Maximón Monihan realised that true success is doing what you love, regardless of reward.
‘The ideal situation would go a little something like this: he’d finish skating, all hot, sweaty, and worn down. Then I’d get down on all fours and lick his shoes clean.’
Years after her father and friends travelled across Latin America with just surfboards and a van, Antonia Wallig is taking that adventure a step further.
Pro skater and model Stefani Nurding is using her unique set of skills to shake up a male-dominated industry.
From tracking the feral legacy of Piss Drunx to exploring how a drab London shopping centre has become a haven for the city’s young shredders.
As Europe’s top skateshop teams go to battle in Holland’s Pier 15 skatepark, determined to be crowned Shop Riot champions of 2017, we soak up the riders' stories and learn why skateshop culture matters more than ever.
Notorious for their skills as much as their lifestyle, the Piss Drunx adopted a ‘fuck everything’ attitude that quickly turned them into skateboarding icons.