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07.05.12 Andy Cush

Hot on the heels of the opening of a revamped Manhattan Bridge Skatepark and the shuttering of beloved spot Brooklyn Banks, NYC’s skate landscape is set to change yet again with the opening of 5050 Skatepark Saturday. 5050, located at 354 Front Street in Staten Island, will be the only indoor park in the city, […]

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02.24.12 Marina Galperina

Ahh, the Sixties. When girls and guys could ride stacked in threes atop their skateboards, plummeting down the slopes of Central Park, and worry not about protective dork-wear. Fun. This collection from LIFE photographer Bill Eppridge is probably the joyous vintage New York series we’ve put on here. Albeit, a modern breeder with squeal something about oncoming traffic, spoilsports. Observe the […]

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11.30.11 Tabatha McGurr

Ian Reid, the rugged NYC videographer/skateboarder who’s previously released classics like Sex, Hood, Skate, and Videotape is back at it again with a new clip, though you can still expect plenty of fights, broads, skating, and hood antics. […]

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11.09.11 Bucky Turco

This skateboarding footage was shot in the NYC subway system. According to the description of this recently uploaded YouTube short everything they did was in violation of the MTA’s rules of conduct. […]

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10.17.11 Bucky Turco

Every now and then, young kids with skateboards flock to the Bryant Park subway station and use it for more exciting purposes than it was meant for. Last week, I stumbled on this group of skaters that were relentless in their pursuit of landing the perfect trick. But it didn’t come easy. Watch! (Video: Nate […]

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08.01.11 Bucky Turco

Despite a bunch of technical problems and minor setbacks, skater Josh Maready managed to capture some pretty good footage with a GoPro camera mounted under his deck. Watch as it rolls bumpily down the streets of NYC, eventually making its way to the smoother surfaces of a skatepark, where it starts soaring. […]

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07.06.11 Marina Galperina

Here are some merry gents skating in a freshly whitewashed pool on boards equipped with spraycans, as masterminded by UK-based street artist D*Face. See ’em scribble it up like a drunken spirograph! […]

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06.21.11 Marina Galperina

Does a subculture become automatically more worthwhile when faced with an oppressive authority? Is it that very tension that makes it thrive? Who knows… Maybe the makers of the new doc film This Ain’t California about skateboarding as a form of rebellion in the late years of East Germany? […]

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04.07.11 Marina Galperina

Here’s a video of young optimists skateboarding mid massive earthquake damage in New Zealand – over ripples and rips in concrete, ruins-buried cars and gorges. “Christchurch for life. Nothing can stop us.” […]

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04.06.11 Marina Galperina

Photorealist graphite wizard Robert Longo is the latest artist to jump in on Supreme’s skatedeck series since Baldessari, Murakami, Koons ‘n’ Hirst. Available tomorrow: boards with monochrome boobs, bombs and a bygone era’s cool kid from Men in Cities, Longo’s seemingly endlessly commercial series, from decorating that Glenn Branca album to merchandizing man purses. […]

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