Volcom just released the first episode for “The Making of True To This” along with an official trailer. Episode 1 features interviews with Brian Iguchi, Geoff Rowley and Richard Woolcott along with behind-the-scenes footage and bonus clips. Watch these and footage from the Paris premier.
Haroshi is a Tokyo-based artist that makes incredible sculptures out of old used skateboards. His creations are an artistic recycling of broken decks, trucks and wheels that are meticulously cut into different shapes or kept in their original form and connected in different styles, then shaven into the form of the final piece. This is genuine skate art at it’s coolest.
The 2013 Skate Warehouse S.K.A.T.E. bracket advances with Game 4 – Jeff vs Cole. Cole has a mean switch game and did not go easy on Jeff. Watch the vid for results!
The new Emerica Brandon Westgate G6 went live on the site this week. Emerica sent us a pair well ahead of time to thrash and review. We had our very own Johnny Ransom put them to the test. Watch his shoe review video and take a look at the tech specs.
In Part One of the Geoff Rowley Epicly Later’d we hit the rainy streets of Liverpool, England. The spots he skates when he’s in town, his go-to shop, Lost Art, early Gonz influences and his move from Liverpool to London. Rowley and some of the best out of Britain talk about what it meant to grow up skating in Liverpool, early sponsors and who thought of the name Flip.