Andy Jenkins

No Swervice- S.1 E.1 : “Real New York Butts” – The AntiPhone Pocket Zine


A brainchild of Nick Teodori of Scumco & Sons Skateboards, No Swervice – Season 1, Episode 1: “Real New York Butts” (RNYB) is a pocket zine withholding the same dimensions as an iPhone 5. The anti-iPone zine, the intent of RNYB is to provide pocketable stoke- an analog, tangible alternative to ever-flowing stream of digital media content such as that from Instagram.

Curated by Isaac McKay Randozzi, Real New York Butts features art and skate photos from some of your favorite artists & photographers such as Ben Horton, Ben Colen, Andy Jenkins, Porous Walker, Brian Gaberman, Rodent, Russ Pope, J Strickland, Soy Panday, Eric Palozzolo, and many more.

There is no set schedule for further release dates of the No Swervice zine series, but we’re already stoked to see what’s in store for the next one.



One in the same, yet slightly less functional.



A less recognizable Andy Jenkins sketch on the left followed by a trippy Alex Olson tree wallie  shot by Ben Colen.



Brandon Westgate as shot by Brian Gaberman.



Ben Horton delivering some classic drawings as always.



The zine fits comfortably in your hand and is super fun to flip through, until you run out of battery, that is.



If you can’t find it at your local skateshop, you can purchase Real New York Butts here on Scumco’s webstore.



Still hungry? Save a few bucks by buying the shirt and zine combo meal here.


Photos, Video, and Words: Mike Chinner / @mike_chinner

Additional product photography courtesy of Scumco & Sons & Isaac McKay Randozzi

What Happened – Andy Jenkins Collab Capsule by The Quiet Life

Quiet Life x JenkinsThe Quiet Life has proudly introduced a capsule collection with Andy Jenkins and Bend Press to celebrate the release of Andy’s new book, ‘What Happened.’

‘What Happened’ is a compilation of short, written pieces by Andy. The work is a celebration of the typically mundane — from visiting his psychiatrist to buying a used Lincoln Towncar and riding the bus. Jenkins’s writing captures the ordinary moments in a voice ranging from humorous and quirky, to, at times, thought provoking and real. As a bonus, the accompanying illustrations, by the talented Travis Millard, are spot-on interpretations of this oddball collection. A perfect paring.

This capsule includes a lapel pin, pencil set, long and short sleeve Ts and a few hats and hits finer shops worldwide and this week.

Not To Scale: Andy Jenkins

When it came time for the Berrics to pick an artist to a paint a new mural at the park, Eric Koston said that it only made sense to ask Andy Jenkins to do it. With the support of Oakley, the two have collaborated on one of their largest projects to date. The full size mural on the wall and commemorative deck celebrate 20 years of art direction with Girl Skateboards.

Bend PressAndy Jenkins has posted four of his new original drawings for sale up in the Bend Press store. Sized at 11″ x 14″, ink on paper, and personally signed, these gems are ready for your home or office space. Also, there are still a few copies of Bend #22 and #23 on the site as well. Get ’em while you can!