A group of creatives put on an exhibition in Belfast called 'Strays', held back in September 2018 showcasing the talents of a group of artists, photographers and filmmakers.
New sparkling Lost Art merch is now available to get your hands on! Click here to see the new collection and treat ya sens!
'LIFE ADMIN' a video hosted by Gaz Eyres and put together beautifully by Joe Gavin. See NOTE Shop's latest video offering below with some photos by Ian Williams and Jim Craven. Watch this 13 minute video piece here now!
The Selfridges x Brixton's Baddest bowl is now skateable for the foreseeable future. See James Griffiths' photos from the opening morning.
Our re-cap from the 10th anniversary of the Vans Shop Riot finals in Milan.
We got to ask some of the DC shoes fellas a few quick fire questions during their recent UK Special Delivery Tour. Where we chat cuisine, skulling bevoirs, slang, DC's, Droors, Kalis and much more with Tiago Lemos, John Shanahan, Madars Apse, Leo Valls and Anto Lopez.
A TRIO consisting of Dan Fisher-Eustance, Dougie George and newest addition Harrison Woolgar go in for 14:01 Skateboards' latest video offering 'TRIO'.
The fellas of OWL (Orwellian World Landscape) Skateboards have released a new video offering 'CIRCADIAN' filmed predominantly in Brighton across the first half of 2018.
Over the course of a week Chris Mann, Will Creswick and Jesse Voerman drove from Holland to the French Ardennes. See the video and photos here.
The Manc Slamma kicked off this weekend presented by the one and only Mr Ben Grove. See a photo re-cap by a buckfast fuelled James Griffiths.
Issue 2's featured artist Melissa Kitty Jarram combines forces with the mighty Doyenne Skateboards of Scotland for an art exhibition and collab launch at Assembly Point in Peckham, London.
Welcome Skate Store have uploaded their 2017 full length video ‘Paul,’ filmed by top fella Josh Hallett. Featuring Tom Zealand, Will Sheerin, Tom Brown, Cainan McEwan, Liam Hobson, Sam Hutchinson, Joe Howard, Dean Greensmith, Mike Clarkson, Dale Starkie, Martyn Hill, George Worthington, James Foster, George Smith and many more.