ISH & RONNIE KEEP IT ROLLING
Ronnie Kessner and Ish Cepeda with a little spring cleaning to collect some used gear donations for 'Keep It Rolling'. If you have used gear collecting dust at your house, gather it up, then drop it in your local shop's 'Keep It Rolling' collection box when it's safe.
Meet REAL Guest Artist Daniel Clarke
Daniel Clarke has his hands full. Between working as Skateistan’s in-house designer and tackling freelance illustration projects, the London-raised, Berlin-based artist found time to design a couple of boards for REAL. We caught up with the Camberwell College of Arts graduate to talk about painting a mural at the Skateistan school in Cambodia, drawing inspiration from skate spots, and creating a book on the destruction of a London council estate.
If you’ve ever been interested in repurposing your broken boards into new things, but aren’t sure where to start, our friend Lindsay Holmes at @MapleXo was kind enough to give us a tutorial on a little project anyone can do from their house. All you need is a broken board, a saw, and some screws.
The Road to Be Free : Part 2 – MD & PA
Kyle Walker, Ishod Wair keep the BE FREE Tour cruisin' through Maryland and Philly with their hand-picked squad of homies and the crews from VU and Exit Skate Shop. Thank you to all the skate shops, skaters, friends and complete strangers that helped us out along the way on this trip. Keep it rolling.
The Road to Be Free : Part 1 – NC & VA
With a hand-picked crew of their homies, Kyle Walker & Ishod Wair hit the road to film for the BE FREE Video and skate with local skate shop crews along the way. The trip started off strong as we cruised through NC and VA with the good folks from Black Sheep and Venue. Let the good times roll!
Skate After School
Skate After School, wanted to get skateboards into the hands of kids who can benefit from them in PHX during these strange times. They opened it up through their ‘Radical Reshuffle’ program and received an overwhelming 200 hundred applications from kids wanting boards. They’re in need of more set ups so, Cowtown is jumping in to help by collecting used gear at their shops.