April 10th, 2016 / 13:25:19


It’s not every day that you and your homies get to go on a field trip to Japan. Under the adult supervision of their chaperons Rip Zinger & Arto Saari, Peter Ramondetta, Ishod Wair, Raven Tershy, and Kevin Terpening shredded the

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three different cities in Japan. Check out their wild adventure here in the “Anonymous Zone.”

March 24th, 2016 / 13:40:58


Skateboarding. What many regard as the preferred pastime of rebellious youths is actually the greatest form of artistic expression one can do with their feet & wood on wheels. The origins of the action sport may be based in the military but, as Richie Jackson’s “Death Skateboards” part demonstrates, there is no limit to the ways you can skateboard. Evoking inventiveness from the very beginning (Dark Slide Firecraker?!) til the last trick, Jackson encourages skaters, artists, and creatives alike to think outside of the box and use their imagination to bring something new into the world. Watch the handle-bar moustached man shred in style here.

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