How To Get In The Mag
BE DOWN! Write a letter, send some photos, make some comments, whatever! We got nothing without you, and to get in the mag or up on the site, you're gonna have to get off your ass and actually go DO SOMETHING.
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What follows is a list of the many different ways to get your stuff in the only mag that matters....
Stoke Of The Day
Email your stoke photos to email@example.com. Don't forget to include your name, trick, location, and photographer.
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Hall of Meat
Broken Wings, Wet Noodles, & Fractured Femurs... Send us pics or video of your gnarliest skate injuries to firstname.lastname@example.org. To print 'em in the mag we need images at least 3 x 4 inches @ 300dpi (That's 900 x 1200 for you web dorks).
Log in, post an event, blow it out.
Send sick photos to email@example.com. To print 'em in the mag we need images at least 3 x 4 inches @ 300dpi (That's 900 x 1200 for you web dorks).
Mail Drop Got something to say? Write an to firstname.lastname@example.org, or better yet, write a real letter and draw some shit on the envelope. Snail Mail goes here: Mail Drop, c/o Thrasher, P.O. Box 884570, San Francisco, CA 94188-4570.
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Poser of the Month
Email your Poser shots to email@example.com. To print 'em in the mag we need images at least 3 x 4 inches @ 300dpi (That's 900 x 1200 for you web dorks).
Shop of the Month
If your shop is down with the mag, contact our sales dudes and they'll get you hooked up.
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Down For Life
Got Thrasher ink? send us a pic, fool...
To print 'em in the mag we need images at least 3 x 4 inches @ 300dpi (That's 900 x 1200 for you web dorks).
A two-page spread article in the mag featuring skateboarding and art. We need hi-resolution art images, a short paragraph about the artist, and a hi-res skate shot of the artist. Snail Mail goes here: CANVAS, c/o Thrasher, P.O. Box 884570, San Francisco, CA 94188-4570 EMAIL HERE.
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