Digital Dumpster

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134firecrackerup A firecracker up a six-stair? You never know until you try, and Dustin Nelson gave it a shot.
134newTelAvivMonk and the Grindline crew sent in these photos from their current project in Tel Aviv, Israel.
JawsMarsillesWhile on the Birdhouse World Tour, Jaws "raised the bar" at Marseille with this mind-blowing 360.
BASigSeriesThumbBrian Anderson stopped by with a Trapper Keeper full of inspiration to work on some designs for our upcoming product line...
SteveOlsonJDJake was flipping thru our collection of antique skate mags and found this gem in the September 1977 issue of Skateboarder...
134DBachinskyBS180Fakie5.0The obstacle is Vesuvius. The man is Bachinsky. Backside 180 fakie 5-0 in the wee hours of the morning.


DoubleRockNosegrind-134We chopped down the awkward hip that nobody skated and built this brand new bank with a polished concrete lip...
DannyWayFirstPhotoShop134Phelper claims this double-headed Danny Way was the first use of Photoshop in Thrasher magazine. Just because you can, doesn't mean you should...
ShecklerPussyMagnet-134Not all of these Ryan Sheckler magazine covers are real. Think you can tell which ones are fake and which ones are legit?
CraigJohnsonThumbBWPeople really seemed to get a kick out of this old flick of Craig Johnson hucking a Texas plant we used on the Death Match flyer...
PrestonsWallDetail2_jdP-Stone fills video room hard drives like you fill your gastank...he also takes amazing snaphots...

PatDuffyMillerLite_jdThis photo of Pat Duffy has been pinned to the wall of the mag offices for years...

Rheumatic Hard Core Session Brazil Oct 25
A Skatemare on 7th Street Wilmington, DE Oct 25
Toy Machine Halloween Demo Long Beach, CA Oct 25
Resurrection in Ramona Ramona, CA Oct 25
Art x Sk8 Marin, CA Oct 25
Day of the Shred Santa Ana, CA Nov 01
Skate for the Goat Hartford, CT Nov 02
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Cover boy Jeremy Leabres front blunts through the kink and slides through a 16-page jaw dropper of an interview. Ben Raemers backs it up with a 12-page interview which leaves no doubt that he's one of our country's most valuable imports. GX1000 scrubs away at London; Volcom crushes some cobblestone in Portugal and Vans sends some notes from their video base camp. Fall may be coming but this issue is gonna lift your spirits, kid.Add this one to your collection.