Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Monday, June 14, 2010

LOCAtion is key

I'm on a hunt for retail space

Also, finding $200 at Montclair's starbucks couldn't have been a nicer way to start my meeting yesterday with my cousin. Cool beans!

Friday, June 11, 2010

Killin' It!

I'm in the middle of finalizing my business plan, but I can't help but steer off track to watch some fuckin' sick footage!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

MMC x Full Bleed Recap

Unfortunately, my ass was working all weekend so I missed the money cup, but word on the streets is everyone showed up doing their thing. Torey Pudwill winning best trick on Saturday's contest was full of combination tricks, but it was his kickflip backside lipslide to backside tailslide on the pyramid ledges that sealed the deal, GNAR! Top qualifier being P-Rod and Chris fuckin Cole winning the Money Cup 2 year's in a row, dang! NY grabbed 45 of the best skaters and cut them down to a 12 man finale

I hit up the MMC x Full Bleed closing party at the Gallery Bar on Orchard in NYC. Shit was so viben! Vice releasing their 305 page hardcover book called "Full Bleed" is based on photography documenting NYC skateboarding. Das and I were given the book by Dustin Dollin, but because it's Das haha, he's definitely going to keep the book and I'll fish out $35 at DQM to own my own! Partied with TK, met up with others, and saw Tim O'Connor riding Jersey City at the spot. Overall caption--- WILD

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Thrashin' Thursday

If you're around the NYC area tomorrow, 6/4 , hit up Love&Guts art show, "Eyes Wide Open". Past and present skaters will converge on this exhibition, which is focused on the lives of other riders who've escaped from the game far too soon. These losses have left a dent in skating, but their spirits and legacies continue to live on and as a special way to celebrate those who've fallen, Love&Guts has chosen to further immortalize them *via* Eyes Wide Open. Participants in this year’s show include Pat Ngoho, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero, Steve Olson, Chad Muska, Armando Roura, Don Pendelton, Giovanni Reda, Ivory Serra & Shelter Serra, Dennis McNett along with many others who were all more than willing to lend their talents to this special exhibition.