Skateboarding Books Reviews

TF at 1: Ten Years of Quartersnacks

Powerhouse Books Trim Size: 7 3/4 x 10 1/4 Page Count: 208 ISBN: 9781576877869 I became aware of Quarter Snacks back in 2007 when I posted a pic of a random spot in NYC I found in the Anti-sit archives. Someone from New York either tipped them off or they were following Skate and Annoy. […]

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Bulldog’s Art by Wes Humpston

ConcreteWave Editions 162 pages perfect bound 9 1/8” x 10 7/8” ISBN: 0-9735286-4-8 Copyright Date:05 Review Date: 9/02/05 Wes Humpston has a semi-rabid and loyal following, so it’s only natural that he publish a book of his art. Bulldog’s Art by Wes Humpston (or “One Thousand and One Dogtown Crosses” as it is apt to […]

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Skateboarding Vancouver: The Skull Skates Collection at the Vancouver Museum

ConcreteWave Editions 204 pages perfect bound 9 1/8” x 10 7/8” ISBN: 0-9735286-5-6 Copyright Date: 2005 Review Date: 9/01/05 For starters, let’s take a minute to let it sink in that the Vancouver Museum actually had the sand to sponsor and carry out what appears to be a first class exhibition on skateboarding. From the […]

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Behind the Scenes: Lords of Dogtown

Behind the Scenes: Lords of Dogtown Compiled By: Catherine Hardwicke ConcreteWave Editions 164 pages perfect bound. 9” x 10.75” ISBN: 0-9735286-3-X Copyright Date:2005 Review Date: 9/01/05 Err… aaahh… OK, by now everyone is well into the midst of the Dogtown and the Z-Boys backlash, so it was quite a gamble to produce a book on […]

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Best of the West Skatepark Guide

ConcreteWave Editions Copyright Date:05 Review Date: 8/23/05 Formerly known as just The Skatepark Guide, Best of the West is now being published by the Concrete Wave Editions, meaning the good folks at Concrete Wave Magazine. First off, let me just say, what an improvement. The last version seemed kind of hastily put together and wasn’t […]

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Street Angel (1-5)

Slave Labor Graphics Copyright Date: Review Date: 7/28/05 “Orphan of the streets and skateboarding daughter of justice, Jesse Sanchez fights a never ending battle against the forces of evil, nepotism, ninjas, and hunger as Street Angel!” Usually, when subcultures try to engage in some sort of crossover attempt, the results are disappointing or even insulting […]

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Skateboard Stickers

Mark Munson and Steve Cardwell Laurence King in association with Harper Design ISBN: 1856693791 Copyright Date: 2004 Review Date: 2005 Since the eighties, stickers have become indelibly linked with skateboarding. With the rash of books focusing on skateboard graphics, it was inevitable that stickers would soon get the same treatment. Unfortunately, like most of the […]

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Colorado Skatepark Map II

Conspiracy Skateboards Copyright Date: March, 2005 Review Date: 4/29/05 Conspiracy Presents: Colorado Skatepark Map II Even in this day and age of free resources on the Internet, there is still room for the printed piece. The Colorado Skatepark Map II is a good idea for anyone considering road tripping in Colorado. It’s a folded up […]

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Life and Limb: Skateboarders Write from the Deep End

Edited by Justin Hocking, Jared Maher, and Jeffrey Knutson Introduction by Jocko Weyland. Soft Skull Press ISBN: 1-932360-28-X Copyright Date: 06/1/2004 Type: Soft cover. 220 Pages Size: 5.5 x 98.5 inches Review Date: 3/4/05 Skateboarding culture has gradually assimilated art and personal expression. The origin can probably be traced to Stecyk’s famous writings in Skateboarder […]

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Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art

Sean Cliver Concrete Wave Editions Copyright Date: 2004 Review Date: 2004 Updated: 4/6/2005 2004 has been a banner year for good skateboard-related books. Independent’s Built to Grind certainly raised the bar, and Disposable has stepped up to the plate. If you don’t have time read through a bunch of superfluous words I wrote in order […]

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