The Dingo sits across from a pair of talking boobs and outlines who he believes are the richest action sports stars of all time on some sports show called The Fumble Rumble. He appears just a little distracted by the entire operation. And that is apparently the point of the show entirely.
This little clip is chock full of surprises. And it will make you smile.
Yes, it’s already the third Thursday of the month and that means Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew have a new edit about building a wacky snowboard. This time they enlist the talents of Mix Master Mike “nobody can do it like. . . ” and our favorite OC artist MadSteez. As they say in first grade, “watch and learn. . . ”
[Link: Signal Snowboards]
And with no further . . “Gary addresses the new Jaws part in Happy Medium 3, Mike Mo’s board control, P-Rod’s new Primitive Skateboards, and he finds a conspiracy within Walker Ryan’s footage in China.”
Yes, we’ve been putting a few of these up lately, but here’s the straight truth: we’ll put up anything Walker Ryan produces. Always. Click the link and read the interview after you’re done watching this.
[Link: Thunder Trucks]
Denmark’s Skateducate is working to get more girls skateboarding by creating a camp where girls can skate together, and they’ve taken to crowd sourcing site IndieGogo to raise some funding. Here’s what they’re about:
We seek to encourage communities across age, cultural and social differences. By making camps in a local community we are making sure, that the girls get to know the best places to skate near their homes, and they get to meet other girls from their area, with whom they can continue to skate with, when the SKATEDUCATE camp is over.
Watch the edit and if you feel moved to contribute, click the link and pledge some money. Anne Eggebrecht and crew are hoping to raise $6,000 and so far (with four days left) they only have $599. And, if you give $450 you’ll get an art deck created exclusively for Skateducate. Click the link for all the info.
Chris Cole knows that sometimes it’s a good idea to leave the Street League arena and skateboard outside. He also knows Thunder Trucks. You know?
[Link: Thunder Trucks]
Artists Republic 4 Tomorrow presents Russ Pope + Neil Blender = Baggage Claim Opening Reception, Saturday , April 5th, 2014 : 6-9PM.
AR4T is located at 1175 South Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna Beach, California.
What makes this video special? It’s got Nate Zoller in it. That’s what. Oh, and a girl shaking her pineapples.