How To Get In The Mag
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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 protected] 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 [email protected] 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).
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Send sick photos to [email protected] 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 [email protected], 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 protected] 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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