SkateArt combines passion for skating and art by curating works from some very talented artists and bringing them to you. Not only do these boards look great on your walls, you can also add griptape, trucks and wheels as their boards are 100% skate-able.
Check out the video and the various artist collections to find the perfect piece for your wall. In the meantime, we will get the lowdown on who is behind this cool venture and bring you the deets soon! Stay tuned 🙂
Lookback Longboards began its journey over 2 years ago in Southsea, Portsmouth and was founded by Jacob Kennard and Xavier Stow, with camera and editing support from Jethro Large and Will Brewster.
Here are some pics of Plymouth and Thailand
Originally set up in Portsmouth, Lookback Longboards have branched out to the South West of England with some crew members residing in Plymouth. They are big fans of longboard freestyle and try to skate in locations far and wide, from the UK to Barcelona to South East Asia.
Lookback Longboards been skating for the past 8 years or so, starting with downhill but eventually finding a love for longboarding freestyle and dancing and plan to run freestyle events this year in the UK so keep an eye on their social media to be a part of it!
When this video dropped into our mail box we decided it would be cool to create a Wild Skate series covering long distance pushing adventures by UK riders here in Britain and abroad. Alasdair and Tom journey across the South Downs – one of the UK’s more obscure but incredible national parks – in a 3 day epic longboarding adventure, carrying all they need on their backs and pushing as their own means of travel; safe to say, it did not disappoint!
Mad Magazine published this very humourous piece of work in their #200 issue back in July 1978; written by Tom Koch & illustrated by Don Martin with apologies to Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner“. It’s worth sharing here, if only as an archive. Enjoy the read.
Harewood Speed Hillclimb, probably unheard of for most of the skate community up until recently, but thanks to Gravity Bike rider, Stef Cree, it looks like the UKDH community have another awesome hill to ride! LJ and Stef tell us more:
Starting with the landscape, follow the Slide Perfect crew as they share the chaos, the locals and the gear on this superby shot edit of their Gran Canaria holiday. This has to be one of the best downhill skate videos this year!
Downhill longboarding and Streetluge are among the gravity sports which are rarely in the limelight. We hope this will change as a result of the World Skate / World Roller Games 2019, to be held in Barcelona in July. We interviewed those put forward .
Street League Skateboarding (SLS) returned to London a few weekends ago, with the Copperbox Arena at the Olympic Park hosting both women’s and men’s events spread over the two days. Kev Hurdle and Linden Nieto got up close to share the action.