The past twelve months have amassed a wide range of viable SOTY candidates that each delivered heavy doses of skateboarding all across the planet. The video parts, the tour clips, the covers and magazine coverage all count towards skateboarding’s most coveted award. The pros, top ams and others have voiced their choices for Thrasher Magazine’s 2015 Skate of The Year. Who’s got your vote? The official announcement comes soon!
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.
Greg Hunt and Thrasher Magazine have released over four minutes of RAW footage from Rowan Zorilla’s breakthrough part in Vans’ hard hitting full-length PROPELLER video. Have a look and see just why this Shep Dawg is amongst the contenders for 2015’s SOTY.
The “My War” video above and these accompanying words are too good not to share. Thrasher Magazine nails an important piece of skateboarding’s backstory with this: “There are a handful of tricks in the history of street skating that were absolute game changers and helped push us to where we are today. Bachinsky’s El Toro kickflip in 2006 was one of them.”
Hammer after hammer, the barrage just doesn’t stop. No half-stepping involved, Wimer brought out the heavy machinery for his part in “No Cash Value” at the Thrasher website.