Dave Hackett is throwing himself at the coping. You can just tell he knows how to skate.
I always wanted to capture that feeling.
Seeing this photo of the Gonz at Alcatraz was psycho.
I later went there with my family. That tranny is super tight.
This let me know that Mark Gonzales was magic.Railsliding rails was super scary your first time, let alone grinding rails.
Natas was busting super hard and it always showed.
From the videos to the photos, he kept us fighting to progress.This sequence of Tim Jackson got me stoked on looking at stuff differently.
I remember doing wallrides all day, coating walls with wheelmarks.
Seeing Tim combine the wallride to railslide was inspiring.
It seemed like they were really into skating and their scene was raw. They jammed up plywood to walls and sick jump ramps. It was rad.
This photo of Aaron Murray was sick. You can see that he is gettin' his!!
Aaron is a raw ass skater and this is a raw ass photo.
We were on a trip to the contests in Europe and all the vert champs showed up to the ramp that we were skating. CoCo didn't show them any mercy!
No pads. No rules. Just CoCo on fire! It was awesome.
In so many ways, Henry was the gnarlyest dude at Embarcadero. In those times, we would hear everyday of the new stuff he would do.
He would push faster than anyone and get super-pissed until he made shit. It was awesome to see him pioneering through them ledges.
He made you wanna rip.
Man, seeing him skate is amazing. And look at this spot!
Quim goes all out and that's what gets me hyped. He never does anything "kinda".
Good spots and great skaters will never get old.
We had gone down to Peru and Jake had brought Richard along. He was a natural ripper.
To see Julien doing this boneless was awesome. It seemed that Julien was schooling Richard on how to relax and cruz with an elaborate bag of tricks other than the hyper-injected ramp assault that Richard was accustomed to.
We are street urchins inhabiting parking lots and city streets, mingling with other street creatures and skating until never.
Julien has a unique way of poking fun yet embracing the good. This ad sums it all up.
Big up the chrome ball.