Todd Francis and Bryce Kanights explain the influence and art behind their illustrated poster for Dew Tour Recognize. The illustration is based off Kanights’ iconic photograph of Brian Anderson skating Hubba Hideout in San Francisco, California. Catch how these artists came up with this rad idea and the work that went into it in this behind the scenes look.
James Fitz puts a new spin on some familiar Los Angeles skate spots in the latest ‘Mag Minute’ from The Skateboard Mag.
Part four of R1 Supra Sundays belongs to Deathwish pro & SLC’s most radical export Mike Plumb A.K.A Lizard King.
In this in-depth interview Lizard discusses the differences between Angry Lizard & Business Lizard, skating until 3am with Muska, getting the opening section in the Deathwish vid & the effects of losing his best friend – his dog Shredder.
The 5th and final installment of R1 Supra Sundays, starring Chad Muska, will go live next Sunday.
In the first of five installments of the new Network A series “Asphalt NYC”, skater and artist Quim Cardona discusses New York, skateboarding and how he was the inspiration for “Telly” in Larry Clark’s indie film classic “Kids.”
Thunder is giving away a set of Thunder Lights on Ben Nordberg’s Facebook page each week for the next month! The first winner will be announced Friday, October 11th. With four chances to win, go to Facebook and “Like” Ben’s page.