For The Love: Timmy Turner Episode 002 Presented by Vissla
Our feel good hit of the spring with Timmy Turner.
Lizards of Summer Episode 006
This month’s lizards include Craig Anderson, Dillon Perillo, Dylan Rieder, Thom Pringle, Dion Agius, Wade Goodall, Andrew Doheny, Ryan Callinan, Jack Freestone, Creed McTaggart, Mitch Coleborn and of course: Noa Deane. We hope you enjoy whatever the fuck this may be.
Mike Vallely, Tampa Back Den 010
PHOTO: Mark Oblow Editor’s note: Mike Vallely is the new singer for Black Flag. He’s the stuntman in The Hangover movie who throws the tuxedos out the car on the freeway. And I remember seeing him in the CKY skate videos fighting like 10 dudes at once. He’s also an incredible, era-defining skateboarder. He’s always…
Dear Youth We back at it, again
After a pretty good sleep on the ferry (thanks NyQuil!), we drove through streets filled with cows and goats and made it to our destination. We were greeted with light winds and fun ramps on the end section. Noa Deane arrived a day late, but did not waste anytime catching up to the other guys….
Dear Youth Part 1: Thanks for the Cheeseburgers (Day 3 of a 10 day trip)
Back in Indo filming. It’s too productive not to come back and fry yourself. The team is Coleborn, Noa Deane, Jack Freestone with myself, Blake, Nate and Hamish on the tools. The basic Indo camp is empty which is unreal. Our own bar, pool table and dartboard. There is another camp with 10 dudes from…
Straight Forward: Oliver Kurtz Episode 006
He’s got new stickers and a new vibe and his surfing is really impressive.
Dear Youth Dane Reynolds gets nostalgic on Marine Layer
Dane Reynolds posted a little trip down memory lane on his website Marine Layer Productions today. He details our first trip to Japan for Dear Suburbia with Yadin Nicol, Kolohe Andino, Conner Coffin, Kai Neville and Courtney (AKA Napkin Apocalypse). And he even mentions “The Claim.” The trip didn’t make the final cut for the film, but has always…
Andrew Reynolds, Tampa Back Den 009
Andrew Reynolds at the skate park of Tampa, circa 2000.