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There's no wrong way to shoot a skate photo, unless they consist entirely of these hovering mounds of visual misery.

As it is written, it shall be done. I yap about ten killer Motörhead tracks from our Skate and Destroy book. "You know the rules, you all know the game. Try and do what's right."

Garric Ray caught up with Cody Lockwood to talk about the new Lifeblood video, traveling, and working.

Ben Karpinski caught up with Aidan Campbell to talk about his roots and getting on Foundation.

Check out this interview with the East Coast technician where he talks about filming this Welcome to Zoo York clip and what's next.

It's been five years since the last Rumble in Ramona went down. The vert ramp got a new facelift and the session was back on.

Catch up with Garrett Hill in this interview where he talks about going back to Zero, skating in the valley, and social media.

We're saddened to report the passing of East-Coast ruler Matt Reason. Matt charged into the mid-90s on 60+mm wheels, helping to erase the slow-push, tech-obsessed era that had previously engulfed skateboarding. His positive energy was contagious and he left a mark on every person he came in contact with. Rip in peace, Matt. Gone but never forgotten. 

Louie Barletta scrapes vert while Ben Raemers plants somewhere over. Everybody chug!

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Burger Boogaloo Oakland, CA Jul 04
Globe Eutrippin' tour Europe Jul 04
City Boys Art Show Long Beach, CA Jul 08
Tommy Guerrero Shows California Jul 14
Copenhagen Skateboard Open Copenhagen Jul 15
Camtest/Tuckfest Pink Motel Jul 25
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Be careful opening the July 2015 issue because this Vans Propeller-themed beast might just cut your damn fingers off. Featuring interviews with Zorilla, AVE, Rowley, Caples, Pedro, Dollin, Dill, Chima, Trujillo, K-Walks and more, you're probably going to need a crowbar to pry the damn smile off your face when you're done reading this one. In addition, the Visualtraveling crew rides the edge of Arabia, Cab talks classic covers, Neckface celebrates a decade-long party with the mag and Daan Van Der Linden gets the Lunatic Fringe treatment (you're gonna wanna remember that name). There's not going to be any space left on your bedroom walls after you rip the good photos out of this issue. Tell mom to buy more thumbtacks.
Add this one to your collection.