All the leftover Lucien Clarke photos that were never going in Issue 1, are now available online for your retinal pleasure.
Last week, Theobalds Cap Co presented Thesis 001 featuring Jake Bidmead. We caught up with the man behind the lens, Henry Edwards-Wood (a.k.a @holdtighthenry) and ended up inside his mind in a truly in-depth interview.
My geographical knowledge of anything west of Bournemouth is pretty limited, which resulted in me confusing Newquay for Torquay and arriving at Boardmasters Festival a day late. Turns out Newquay is actually about three hours West of Torquay, who knew! England just keeps on going West for fucking ages, why did I never know this…
BREAKS Issue 1 cover star, Lucien Clarke, talks about the importance of family over everything. Watch the full film right here.
The 20 deep Salad Days skate crew head out to Barcelona for that good life.
We caught up with Dave and Sean at the book’s European launch party to talk about deliberately bad cover design, the upcoming Big Brother documentary, and what it was like for a bunch of depraved man-children to work in the offices of a porn empire.
We had a pint with Manhead, stuck a camera in his face and grilled him with our regular list of Top 5's.
Lucas Puig talks injuries, healing up at home in Toulouse, filming for adidas Away Days and plans for Hélas at the London premiere.
Eric Koston launched his new shoe, the Nike SB Koston Hyperfeel 3, last week in London, so we grabbed 10 minutes to try and ask some questions that he hadn't already answered twenty times that day.
Breaks was in Paris a few weeks ago to meet French skater Oscar Candon, a phenomenal skater from France who takes great pleasure in busting through skateboarding fads and sticking to what matters: ‘Fuck You’ style and power. Oscar has a new shoe with Supra out, a colourway of the versatile
While in Berlin the other week for the launch of Converse CONs One Star Pro shoe I got the chance to catch up with Eli Reed, who is largely regarded and one of the most talented and versatile skaters on the East Coast. Eli is an interesting dude, whether thats skating the playboy mansion in a pink
Earlier this year, at the end of summer, myself and Will along with my socially unpredictable friend Jonny, decamped to NASS festival for the weekend, the antics from which are skilfully recorded here. In the recap it mentions that we got Tony to sign this particularly vulgar indcsn deck, which
10 Years ago, Carhartt WIP packed off their skate team to Mongolia to try skate a park they’d seen a photo of, in the heart of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. On arrival, they found that the park had been torn down three weeks prior. Mongolia has grown exponentially since and almost to the date a decade
Tyler, The Creator – The multi-talented enfant terrible – prolific rapper, producer, Odd Future founder and business mogul has, as part of the Hypebeast generation, given us the music, clothing and ideals that helped shape how we think about street culture. Recently, somehow, the stars
On an unusually sunny and warm September afternoon I had the pleasure of calling up Ben Raemers while he took a break and sat on the grass during a session in Livingstone, Scotland while shooting for the upcoming Volcom movie. Ben has been on the road a lot, spanning the globe on the Converse One
Lucien Clarke talks about his Supra Quattro colourway, ties with Supreme and how Palace all started.
It seems like a very long time ago that the DC Special Delivery Tour swung through London for a packed out jam session at Mile End, followed by an exhibition at Parlour Skate Store. Later on that same evening I cornered a somewhat bleary eyed Madars Apse down an East London side alley and ran
With a name like this, the product is everything. No bullshit, just exactly what it says on the bag. It’s simple really. I got in touch with Sami, who runs FSWC with Tony and Dennis, and suggested we meet at Parlour back when the DC Special Delivery Tour was in London so I could find out more.