So I know everyone has been anticpating the arrival of The Mother Collective and all of the details behind it, well now yours chance to find it all out. Read the entire interview with the mastermind behind it all, Chad Bowers, here.
Make sure and check out Henry Panza’s video part from One Up Skateshop video The World Is Our Garbage Can. The video was filmed and edited by Rob Starr and Eric Calfo with additional filming by Andrew Klein.
At last the trailer for the Vans video has been released and its called Propeller. Enjoy it and get ready for May.
Make sure and check out the Harvest Gang Section from Zander Ritchie and Focus’ new video Weather Permitting and don’t forget to order yourself a copy here.
Willy Akers takes you through the Concrete Battlefield of FDR in Episode One of the Built to Grind Series for Independent Trucks. Willy’s no stranger to riding big walls and fierce looking pool block. Accept No Substitutes!
Check out this rad edit from Joe Charlton at Skated Naked park in Columbus, Ohio featuring a host of buckeye city rippers. Enjoy.
A new trailer for the Lightbox Film Project just went live, this time it features Craig Questions.
Make sure and check out the first trailer for the The Lightbox Film Project. It’s a series of experimental skate films by Phil Evans, each one will based on a different concept, The project features a full original soundtrack from Andrew Gibbons and animations from Mike O’ Shea. Skateboarders featured in the films include Daniel Håkansson Bergström, John Magnusson, Craig Questions, Daniel Rabia, Jak Pietryga, Joe Gavin, John Bell, Jeremy Jones, Luka Pinto, Darius Trablaza and many more.
Street Canoe pal Peter Wiese has just released his latest Sundays episode and it was filmed on his brand new camera. This time around he takes it to the headquarters of the Booze Hound crew in NW Indiana. These guys are taking the DIY ethos to the next level, their space actually has heat for those long winter days. Although it’s a short one it’s a pleasure to watch, enjoy.
Even though I have enjoyed every interview that I have ever done with anyone for Street Canoe, I have to say that Jeremiah’s is one of my all time favorites. He went above and beyond and answered every question with heart and passion. Jeremiah loves skateboarding and it shows through in his words and everything else that he does within skateboarding. Whether it’s starting his own hardware company Bender, skating a mini ramp or cruising the streets of downtown Atlanta. He does it the only way he knows how, with skateboardings best interest at heart. He owes skateboarding so much and ask for nothing in return. So if you haven’t seen the interview in issue 3 then sit back, relax, and enjoy lots of rejection with Jeremiah Babb.