Mikey Taylor talks about meeting Gailea Momolu for the first time, why he rides Mob Grip, and gets busy at the park!
As NBC Bay Area reports, San Francisco’s Arts Commission has hired our friend, skater and creative San Francisco based artist, Jeremy Fish for a series of his work as the city marks the 100th anniversary of City Hall this year. Listen in and hear about his newly appointed studio and more on the project.
The Monster Children Photo Comp is on again this year and will open for entries this Monday, 21st September.
Remember that epic shot you snapped last summer that still hasn’t seen the light of day? You could be sitting on a winner. Once again, there are six categories to enter your photos in: Travel, Music, Girls, Action, Lifestyle and Student.
The winner in each of the first five categories will take home $5,000, and the winner of the Student category will be awarded a prize pack put together by the event sponsors and a lifetime subscription to Monster Children.
Before you go through your catalog of images, listen to our photo comp judges Campbell Milligan and Chris Searl explain exactly what they are looking for in this year’s competition. Learn why less is more, iPhone’s aren’t the devil, and composition is everything.
Dennis McNett has carved out a vast body of work with his signature woodcut prints; from gallery walls and large-scale museum installations to skateboard decks and graphics. KR3W recently caught up with Dennis at his studio to capture his artistic process and is proud to present the Dennis McNett x KREW Rights Refused collaboration for Fall 2015, available in select retailers worldwide. For more information on Dennis and his work please visit wolfbat.com
Help save Issaquah Skatepark! David Gravette and Ryan Ryes will be doing a #BONESLIVE at Gravette’s hometown park tomorrow, Saturday September 19th at 12pm PST. Head over to Gravette’s Facebook page at that time for your chance to win Bones wheels and prizes, to ask questions, to donate cash, and request shout outs or whatever you’d like!
Brannon John and Ben Jones, the owners of Kinetic Skateboarding in Wilmington, DE, started small with a couple flat bars and with the help of the skate community, they built 7th Street into a full DIY skatepark. Check out the full video over at The Build Project to hear how they made their successful DIY spot last.