• One of my favorite artists
outside the skateboard sect.
• A skateboard mag. Thanks
again to longtime skate photographer Grant Brittain for his
generous contributions to Disposable!
• A skateboard company like
none other. For creative whimsy, Ed Templeton rocks.
• The first book I authored
that I thought for sure was gonna get me my second big deal
at a mainstream publisher—it didn't.
• My first employer re-born
after a baker's dozen of years. If you're a fan of the OG
Powell Peralta stuff—like me—there's bound to
be some good things found here.
• A skateboard mag with
a broader scope on the activity than most. Publisher and Editor
Michael Brooke has made some serious bets on the future of
skateboarding, now let's see how they pay off.
• I'm not sure when it's
getting a sorely needed update, but look here for art and
recordings by Thomas Campbell, Ray Barbee, Tommy Guerrero,
and other creative others.
• Todd used to have an online
business card here, but he's since significantly updated his
• There's some good, I mean,
great shit going on in Minnesota. Here's proof. Work by artists
Aaron Horkey and Todd Bratrud is found here, among others.
• One of the most creative
skateboard companies to succeed outside the realm of California.
• I don't know much about
the site, but they wrote a cool review of the book, let me
send them a banner ad, and I do enjoy the eBay reports.
• A random step-child of
the Girl Skateboard family that can be an enjoyable way to
waste time at work.
• My designer and cover