“Inevitably it will still get called Lost Art as a skate shop because that’s what it is. The two go hand in hand.” Continue reading Useless Wooden Toys with David Mackey
‘Genealogy’ by Jacob Harris for Isle Skateboards in The Cinematographer Project, World View’ from Transworld. Continue reading Transworld Skateboarding – ‘The Cinematographer Project, World View’ – Isle Skateboards
Since giving a fond farewell to the ‘Static’ series in 2014, Josh Stewart has been devoted to his esteemed distribution company, Theories of Atlantis. Operating out of his apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn – the lack of a full length monkey (and camera bag) on his back has allowed Josh more time to focus on the Theories brand itself.
Skateboard scenes are microcosmic, filled with their own rich history and folklore passed down from generation to generation. Thankfully, every period produces at least one person who picks up a camera and, in the process of capturing those around them, unintentionally becomes one of the most important figures of their epoch. Continue reading Our Friends On The Mersey: Kevin Banks & John Dalton
“Basically, in the way that a lot of our graphics are still lives made in the studio, Jake and I were thinking about how do we extend the static photograph of that into a video? How do you translate that? Coming up with Vase is a punctuation of that narrative for us.” Continue reading Nick Jensen on Art, Isle & ‘Vase’
“The classic kick out quote is, “Why don’t you go to the place along the river?” But that has been the quote for years.”
Continue reading London, Long Live Southbank & Isle with Casper Brooker
“I think it should be a tool rather than this thing that’s put on a pedestal… and I realize the poster image for the video is a fucking VX and we put it on a pedestal too…” Continue reading An Interview about ‘Vase’ with Jacob Harris