skatepark

Skateboarding

Skaters Put an Art-Deco Half-Pipe Inside an Iconic 1920s Skyscraper

Everard Findlay brought an extreme sports installation to Albert Kahn's landmark Detroit architecture, the Fisher Building.
Ryan Patrick Hooper
4.10.17
Stuff

Inside One of Palestine's First Skate Camps

VICE caught up with the camp's founders, including pro skater Kenny Reed, to talk about their goal of fostering Palestine's budding skate scene.
Taji Ameen
7.17.16
Art

A Street Art Skate Park Fills a Former Spanish Church

The Okuda San Miguel-painted Kaos Temple is like Rainbow Road meets Tony Hawk meets 'Adventure Time.'
Beckett Mufson
12.17.15
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.
Kevin Holmes
10.7.15
Design

The Time for Multi-Storey Skateparks Is Now

Grab your skateboard, rollerblades, BMX bike, climbing shoes, and boxing gloves, and head to the Guy Hollaway-designed Folkestone Sports Park.
Sami Emory
5.15.15
Skateboarding

Stories From A Skatepark In Palestine

The skateboarding culture of Palestine exists against a backdrop of constant state violence and oppression, but those who keep the culture alive aren't going anywhere.
Ben Bryant
8.29.14
Stuff

We Talked To The Guy Behind Skateistan

Skateistan is an international organisation that provides education and skateboarding instruction to youth in some of the most volatile places in the world.
Tara June Winch
9.23.13
The No Photos Issue

Epicly Later’d

I hate kids. I mean, not kids in general, but little clueless turds at the skatepark who wear helmets and ask dumb questions like, "How high can you ollie?" and "Can I have your board?"
Patrick O'Dell; Illustration: Kevin "Spanky" Long
11.1.08