Fausto Appreciation Day
It's been two years since we lost him. Go skate your ass off, tilt back a brew, or whatever it is you do to celebrate the legacy of someone as influential as Fausto Vitello-R.I.P.
Talking Ed: Kevin Thatcher InterviewThrasher founding editor Kevin Thatcher set the stage for everything that has come since. This 40-year ride we have all been a part of could never have happened without him. We caught up with the humble, elusive legend. As seen in the Jan. 2021 issue.
Neckface: People I've KnownFor years, Neckface's identity was shrouded in mystery. At some point the mask slipped a bit and now he weaves in and out of the spotlight as he pleases. Neck has stories for days.
Fausto Vitello (1946-2006)A website caption is not nearly enough space to describe Fausto, his impact on skating, and what he meant to so many people. But we do know that he'd be stoked his Thrasher creation is still charging full-steam, and that you are all part of it.
R.I.P. Fausto VitelloIllustrious truck warlord Fausto Vitello passed this life on April 22nd, 2006. We know that somewhere out there he's having a blast. Four years? We miss you.
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