Early this week we premiered Marquis Preston’s On The Grind part to a packed house at the Redroom in Long Beach, CA. Everyone who attended had a great time and enjoyed the video. Congrats to Marquis on wrapping up a sick part! And if you’re on Instagram follow @blackrambo and don’t forget to follow us,
The Florida Daze crew posted John Dilorenzo’s full part from Florida Daze 2 for everyone to enjoy. Check it.
Watch Marquis Preston’s teaser for On The Grind. Full video part drops May 23, 2013. Photo by Ben Karpinski
Florida Daze 2 premiered at Mos Art Theathre in Lake Park, FL last Friday. Congrats to Mikey Glover who spear headed and funded the entire video, and our boy John Dilorenzo for getting his part done. SPLIT’s proud to be a part of independent skate videos supporting local skate scenes. You can grab a copy
Marquis Preston’s been busy lately working on his new SPLIT video part, On The Grind. His video part drops May 23, 2012 on the Ride Channel and on our site. Till then, you can watch his Emerica Stay Gold part.
Ramiro Salcedo, most commonly known as Furby, has a style all his own and the graphic on his newest pro model graphic fully reflects his flavor. Find out what he rocks under his feet from Shake Junt hardware to Deathwish deck in this Setup.
We caught up with photographer Ben Kilpatrick for a quick Q&A. Where are you from and where do you currently live? I grew up in Tallahassee, Florida and recently moved to Long Beach, California from Brooklyn. How did you get into photography and when did you realize photography was for you? I remember being
John Dilorenzo came through with killer Rip Clip on The Skateboard Mag. Watch it.
Frank Smith (Austin, TX) First things first: Frank Smith is a band, not a man. And what a prolific band they are, with their upcoming tenth album release in just eleven years. Nineties, which drops in April, will host the new single “How Many Ways”. The song shows off the evolution of Frank Smith: from
Matt Mendenhall and the World Team took a trip to South America in Fall with Matt Price from The Skateboard Mag. Watch the Trippin’ video here and keep an eye-out the full article in the next issue of TSM.