In the final part of Ed’s episode, he discusses the many highs and lows that Toy Machine has faced since he began the company. And when a leg injury sidelines Ed from skating, he and Deanna confront the possibility that he may not be able to stay on the path he’s carved out for himself.
Check out part three of Brixton’s four part video series documenting their trip and two-day ‘Sight & Sound‘ event with Juxtapoz Magazine during SXSW. This latest segment highlights day two of their event at the Yellow Jacket Social Club and includes performances by Tijuana Panthers, Natural Child, Reigning Sound and more! Tomorrow they’ll be releasing the final installment of their video series – stay tuned!
New Jersey’s Dillon Constantine is next the latest am to be highlighted for a video check out from Transworld.
Sid Melvin handles all kinds of slappy variations for the new Curb Chompers by Krux Trucks. The Chomper truck features artwork by Todd Bratrud and even include a sticker pack of grills, gold teeth and braces that fit on the teeth!
The first part of CASTE’s collaborative project focusing on the history, perspectives and approach surrounding the identity of France based, Magenta Skateboards. During travels to Paris, Bordeaux and San Francisco over the past year, Magenta’s Soy Panday, Vivien Feil, Leo Valls, Jimmy Lannon, Ben Gore and Yoan Taillandier have helped illustrate the ideas that embody a brand pushing in their own direction.
In conjunction with this collaborative video piece, CASTE released a special jacket and hat which, while Magenta created a board for their summer line (including a DVD of the collaborative film series).