“Any skatepark you go to, it’s all done at once. This took years and years to form and come together. There are some areas that are perfectly smooth, and then there are some areas that are seriously lumpy. It’s gnarly. There are only good things about this. It keeps The Bridge more stable. It brings hardcore skateboarding to San Diego.” -Tom Remillard on Washington Street skatepark.
Zack Wallin has picked the top three clips from the pack and the winners are Eric Eckert (above), Justin Behan, and Buenchuy. Congrats to the winners. See some of the honorable mentions by clicking here.
Primitive Skateboards has a new “Clocked Out” series that showcases the on-board talent from their employees who keep everything moving behind the scenes. Regis Lukata helps keeps the warehouse moving and the boards shipping out when you order them.
For Issue 45 of Monster Children, Nike SB and MC put Daryl Angel and Nick Boserio on an Amtrak train and sent them up the west coast of America, from San Diego to Seattle, hunting out spots and eating fireside beans right out of the can. Photographer Andrew Peters and the filmer Riley Blakeway were there to document the journey. See the full story here.