Wednesday, September 29, 2010

John Lucero

To say he's been influential would be an understatement. Originality and style. Keeping Skateboarding Fun!


Slabula Rasa

A clean slate. For the bitch spot haters, old dirty spot skaters, I do this. DIY 10 second timer shot. 62mm 99a.

Friday, September 17, 2010


A true defining moment in skateboarding. The Vallely Barnyard by World Industries was released in 1989 and was the predecessor to todays symmetrical "Popsicle stick" shapes. The Barnyard was like a big freestyle board and like Mike said "A new style of skating was coming and I wanted a board shape that represented that change. From that the Barnyard was born". This is one of a handful of shapes I would like to cut from an uncut blank today. Bring it back! Check out more of Mike's favorite shapes here.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Fat Guy On A Curb


Stay Skate!

Heeding the advice of the Master of Disaster will help you avoid "The Shit Show". Stay Skate! You don't quit skateboarding because you get old. On the contrary, you get old because you quit skateboarding.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Injury Skateboards Jeff Haynes

A short film by Tom Sloan featuring Jeff Haynes.

Concrete Jungle

We talked about Gonzales, Venice, Cooksie, Natas, Martinez, Block, The MSA, wallrides...
The purists will argue that walls are straight up and down. These concrete slabs are the closest thing to a wide open wallride spot ala the now defunct Pavillionthat one will find in the confines of this mountain town. Tom Sloan paying homage to Venice where few dare to tread.

Tommy Gun

What's better than skateboarding? Skateboarding with your good friends! Tom Sloan laying down the law at Coonskin Park early Saturday, September, 4, 2010.

Frontside Slasher.

Tom about to drop this frontside 5-0 down to the bank ramp and ride away clean.

Mid-air on a frontside disaster.

Tom takes this grind up and over the bank ramp.