“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
Marking the anniversary of David Bowie’s passing, celebrate the starman’s influence on skateboarding with a few favourite video parts from over the years. Continue reading bowie.
“You can choose a team that reflects the brand well without the dollars and the aggression and all the rest of it.” Continue reading Black Sheep, Manchester & New Balance Numeric with Paul Harrison & Tez Robinson
“Obviously we have our parts but Jake created this whole thing. We all make up a part of Isle and a part of this video but without Jake it’s just a load of footage jumbled up somewhere.” Continue reading Tom Knox on ‘Vase’ & Isle Skateboards
Towards the end of last summer, the New Balance Numeric team were accompanied by Russell Houghton and James Messina, taking up residency in Manchester whilst visiting various UK cities on a filming trip for an upcoming web clip. Two weeks prior I’d been lucky enough to ask NB#’s and newest member to the 3D Skateboards team, Tom Karangelov, a few questions. With ‘Quids In’ debuting today this seemed like the perfect opportunity to get this very, very long overdue interview online – sorry Tom! So without further hesitation, get to know the humble, friendly and all around rad skateboarder and person that is Tom Karangelov before checking out NB# and Russell Houghten’s latest visual offering.
As one of today’s most interesting yet underrated skateboarders, I’m thankful to see Tom Karangelov has gained some recognition he certainly deserves over the last year. Following on from a standout part in Zero’s ‘Cold War’, he’s since caught attention in New Balance Numeric’s visual outings and recently accompanied Brian Anderson and Austyn Gillette as the much speculated and anticipated third amigo of 3D Skateboards. No stranger to hard work and with good ethics for it, Tom is far friendlier, approachable and enthusiastic than his enigmatic and seemingly quiet nature suggests. Having achieved the habitually thought of dream of quitting a regular job to peruse skateboarding, he has nothing but gratuity for the chances he’s been given. Someone who would rather call it quits and skate for fun rather than milk it for what it’s worth; Kirchart, for the Street League generation…