Eric Koston has been skating longer than some of his fans have been alive. Considered to be one of the most influential street skaters of all-time, Koston’s legacy greatly transcends the board, and his touch can be found in everything from clothing to sneaker designs.
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The young rapper, who’s completely self-taught, managed to oversee every facet of what he was involved in. We caught up with Dave at our New York headquarters the other day to talk beats, skating, and how he came up with his infamous alias…
From the mid-’80s to ’90s, the famous San Franciscan plaza known colloquially as Embarcadero stood as the Hollywood for upcoming skaters.
When interviewing Rob Dyrdek, you have to get creative. With three TV shows, close to a 15 million-strong audience on Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook combined, as well as a new created Instagram account with already almost a million followers, it’s safe to say that the guy is well known.
This happens to be the loose story of Diamond Supply Co. vice president, Jeron Wilson. And who better than Rick Howard of Girl Skateboards to help him recount it? Read below as Rick and Jeron recall 21 years of friendship.
Shooting each of their parts in different landmark locations like the Roosevelt Island tramway or LES, it's NYC skateboarding at it's finest.
The coolest thing to come out of working at Osiris was that I got to travel and skate with so many amazing characters.
To know Diamond today, you have to understand Diamond back then. One of the main reasons Diamond Supply Co. stands out amongst a sea of brands is in part due to its history.