From The Crypt

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280DannyWell, the mag has tons of it. Here's some gems to gander at while you're in your cubicle. Timeless.

VertCrustThumbWe keep on diggin' up cool stuff. Hey, these boards are hot on eBay. 

 

 

curtis

Here's some more old stuff that sucks that Mofo shot back in the day.

610Bill_danfort

From Danny Way's first Oz trip to a layback from Natas in SF—no rhyme or reason, just sick old flicks.
thwebmountain-2The Rumble in Ramona reminded us that vert is still skateboarding. All these dudes were there but Phillips, who would have won the fuckin' thing—RIP.

tahoeMore moldy oldie radness from the Mofo binders.

 

JulienStranger_SickBoys

"I had no idea at the time how sick Sick Boys would be."

nolegsIn the early '90s, before OG De Souza, this guy Bill Storey came to SF and ripped hard.

CurtisHsiangOld photos make the world go around; here's some rippers.

TommyGuerreroOld photos bring back many memories—some good, some sad. Here's some random shots to remember and never forget. Skating is like forever.

web-crypt-10 Long before the digital revolution, dudes had to set up the shots. Not quite rocket science but damn-near close. Shoebox pinhole.
Thiebaud_jumprampJim Thiebaud and Julien Stranger both blast off on a Summer day in The City, circa 1986. Love you guys.

slobPlantThe Shut Up And Skate contest hit Houston like a ton of bricks in 1988. Make no mistake—as vert was dying and street was coming in, these guys were still killing it. Here are a few gems that’ll have you dreaming of that old pad stentch.

SteveCaballeroWe dug into the crypt and found a new batch of gems for you. No rhyme or reason, other than epic shots from back in the day of Cab, Julien, Agnew, and TA.

NeilBlender_carveSome photos of Neil Blender at the 24st BART station in San Francisco.

upland_mike_smithPhotos from Upland, CA.

mark_gonzalesA couple photos from contests back in the day.

Cracked Art Show Berkeley, CA Jan 08
Bowl-a-Rama New Zealand Jan 31
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
The King of the Road issue never fails to serve up its own special recipe for brutality. This year, reigning champs Birdhouse went head to head with Element and Flip in an all-out no-holds-barred battle for the crown. Beers were butt-chugged, records were shattered (along with a leg) and insanity ensued with every page turn of the book. Included with this issue is the Hell of a Year DVD which contains the heaviest hits from thrashermagazine.com in 2014.
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