The co-founders, long-time employees, and professional skaters remember the legendary magazine, which ended its print publication earlier this year.
When Seattle’s 35th North skate shop owner agreed to participate in a contest that encouraged skaters to build DIY spots, he had no idea that it would result in a six-figure lawsuit.
Almost anyone who has passionately rode a skateboard during the past couple of decades knows Evans is possibly the most imitated dude in his field.
Despite all his popular success, Jefferson has maintained his roots in the things that truly make him happy: skateboarding, music, and basketball.
How a hopeful 7-Eleven clerk became photographer for the Lakers and balances a career while touring with Odd Future and skateboard legends.
Visionary skate video director Ty Evans talks about creating fantasy worlds with Spike Jonze, evolving technology, and his pre-social media presence as the Skate Fairy.
Ed looks back what was arguably the peak of his skate career—when he dropped out of high school to conquer Europe in 1990, landing the covers of Thrasher and Transworld in the process.
In the second part of Theotis’ Epicly Later’d, he discusses turning pro during the 2011 Transworld Awards, dealing with a Baker-imposed skate video curfew, and giving back to his family and fans.