'NO TREND' Explores a Group of Skaters Who Also Make Art
A group exhibition at the Ace Hotel New York explores the phenomenon of the skateboarder-artist.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Two Skaters Saved Some Kids Who Fell Through a Frozen Lake While Trying to Take a Selfie
The skateboarders were heading through Central Park when they saw seven kids fall into a frozen lake and promptly jumped to the rescue.
Photos from an Australian Skateboarder's British Summer
Student and photographer Chris Luu swapped Perth for London, hanging out with a group he met when their worlds collided in Australia.
Another Way to Live: Wes Kremer on Winning Skateboarder of the Year and Blacking Out in Rome
Skateboarding is currently struggling through an uneasy relationship with the mainstream. That's why it's good that guys like Wes Kramer – uncomplicated, friendly and disinterested in fashion – still exist within the sport.
Something in the Water's Making Boston Skaters Get Weird
Dillon Buss reimagines modern skateboarding. It's part comedy, part art.
The UK Opens Its First Glow-in-the-Dark Skatepark
A phosphorescent sculpture you can skate on opens in Liverpool, thanks to Korean artist Koo Jeong A, Wheelscape Skateparks, and local skaters.
Skateboarders and Bomb Shelters: Short Doc Takes You Inside Modern Bosnia
A skateboard trip to Sarajevo becomes a stunning short documentary in Felix Löchel's 'Titos Shelter.'
China's Skateboarding Revolution
We travelled to Shenzhen, a staple in the international skate scene, to explore China's role in the present and future of skating.
Epicly Later'd: Chocolate
In this part we talk about Keenan Milton, who was one of the best on the Chocolate team before his tragic death by drowning in 2001.
Meet the Nieratkos
There’s a Skateable Piece of Art in Honor of the Nieratkos
Keith juggles the responsibilities of pro skating and starting HUF—the brand that began as a backup plan, but took on a life of its own.
In part two of Keith Hufnagel's Epicly Later'd, Keith brings his East Coast style to the West. His combination of technical style and a unique ability to ollie big shit leads to a pro spot on Real Skateboards and place on the DC Super Tour.