Monday, December 26, 2011

Merry Christmas from Sebo Walker

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Shuriken Shannon: A nice day and a no-bust schoolyard

A nice day and a no-bust schoolyard gives Shuriken time and space to stitch together a good line.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011



The early 90s signified the biggest change skateboarding has ever gone through and became the defining principle of what it meant to skateboard. Since then, the pros of the early 90s have managed to rule over skateboarding since they turned it into what it is today. In the early 2000s a few new faces had emerged but still, the ruling pros, the ones who became the owners of companies, the people who say how things are, the people who say who is going to be what, the now establishment, are still those young guys who turned skateboarding on its head over 20 years ago. The chokehold my generation has had for all this time, however, is now slowly starting to loosen its grip on the throat of all those people who dream of coming up and taking their places. It's happening, the new faces are emerging more than the old ones are sticking around. It's an exciting time, some may be bittersweet, but the clock cannot be stopped from ticking. Our hope is that our Recruits someday, maybe 20 years from now, face the same challenges every generation faces with the influx of new faces and talent who do things we only dreamed of. -- sb

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Dokument friend Shay Sullivan summer edit

Shay Sullivan Summer of 2011.
   Damn Shay is one of the guys that just keeps getting better and better. Enjoy this summer edit with a true N.W. ripper. Can you say sponsor me someone. Shay's facebook pagePhotobucket Photobucket Photobucket

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

12 Pack Ben Nordberg

Steven Reeves at Mammoth park

 Steven and the team hit Mammoth Mountain skate park.

Steven Reeves

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Skimboard dog can skate park also

Friday, October 14, 2011

Surfer recounts close encounter with shark After being knocked off his board, the man says he ended up standing on the great white’s back for a few seconds

A surfer says he was knocked off his board by a shark off the Oregon Coast, and he ended up standing on the 10-to-12-foot great white for several seconds before it swam off.
The reported encounter happened Monday afternoon when Doug Niblack says he was surfing for a couple of hours at the Cove in Seaside. There were about a dozen other people who had been surfing in the area, but most of them went in when the waves started getting big. Niblack stayed with two others sitting on their boards about 50 yards from shore.
After paddling out about 20 yards beyond them, Niblack’s board hit something solid that felt like a rock, though he knew there were no rocks there. He kicked down with both feet, trying to stand up so he wouldn’t get thrashed by the next wave, and found himself standing knee-deep in water on the back of the shark.
“It was pretty terrifying just seeing the shape emerge out of nothing and just being under me,” he told The Associated Press on Wednesday. “And the fin coming out of the water. It was just like the movies.”
Authorities usually do not officially log such encounters, but the Coast Guard expressed no reason to doubt the report, which officials said they first heard from an off-duty member who was near Niblack when he was knocked from his board.
Jake Marks, the Coast Guard member, said he never saw the shark but witnessed Niblack suddenly standing up, with water churning around him. Marks saw a large shape swimming off between them just beneath the surface, and joined Niblack in paddling as fast as they could for shore.
“I have no reason to doubt there was a shark out there,” Marks said. “With the damage to his board, the way he was yelling and trembling afterwards — there is no other explanation for that.”
Neither does Ralph Collier, president of the Shark Research Committee in Canoga Park, Calif., and director of the Global Shark Attack File in Princeton, N.J.
Collier has logged 59 unprovoked shark attacks on people on the West Coast since 2000, eight of them in Oregon. The last fatality was a boogie boarder in Vandenberg, Calif., in October 2010.
Niblack is not even the first case of a person standing on the back of a great white. Collier said he spoke to a woman who was kayaking off Catalina Island, Calif., in 2008.
In six years of surfing, Niblack, who grew up in Yelm, Wash., said he has seen sharks in the water, but never so close.
“When I put my hands down on it, it felt rubbery like Neoprene, like a wetsuit,” he said. “There was a moment there when everything was going on, I just kind of made my peace. I honestly thought I was going to die. Then paddling back in, I was praying the whole time. Like, ‘Don’t let it be following me.’ ”

Monday, October 10, 2011

8 year old Skateboarder Evan Doherty "Big E" 's 2011 Skate Video

 Damn this 8 year old can skate.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Long time Dokument friend Chad Fenlon new video

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Manny Mania 2011 World Am Finals Video

As you all know we are huge fans of Sebo not just cuz he is from Oregon but he's just a damn nice guy. Here is some more Sebo love.
Congrats to Oregon's own Sebo Walker on his 4th place
1. Sewa Kroetkov, Netherlands
2. Francesco Marconato, Italy
3. Mads Christensen, Denmark
4. Sebastian “Sebo” Walker, USA
5. Manuel Etchegoyen, France
6. Marten Rapp, Sweden
7. Robert Kocjan, Slovenia
8. Dmitrii Rodionov, Russia
9. Gonzalo Saravia, Argentina
10. Luis Guillermo Vascones, Peru

Friday, August 19, 2011


Downtown LA Sunday Funday August 2011. from Gracias LA on Vimeo.

Downtown LA Sunday Funday August 2011 montage. Skaters: Zak Allegri, Brett Sube, Sebo Walker and Olan Prenatt. Filmed and edited by Ben Fordham. Music by Flying Lotus, song Massage Situation.

Friday, August 12, 2011


Ricky Oyola rips and has for years...get stoked.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


Sebo Walker Lives In A Van from Skateboarder Magazine on Vimeo.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Kenya Skateboarding

This was sent in from a friend from Kanya who is trying to get better skate parks built  


These dudes have been holding it down in the NW for years, check out their site and buy some shit

Monday, July 18, 2011

Skateboarding between the cracks

The Skateboarding Journal


Stop by Side Effect Boardshop and sign the petition so we can get an updated park in Bend, Or. Its been a long time coming. - AJ

Friday, July 15, 2011

Chris Pfanner is now pro for Antihero Skateboards

Chris Pfanner from dlxsf on Vimeo.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Help fellow skaters out

The city has finally approved the land now it just comes down to money. Click the link and vote, it takes a second and can make one communities dreams come true. Pepsi Refresh Everything: Silverton Sksatepark

Monday, July 11, 2011

Etnies PAS House

Taken from

Imagine a city of the future where skateboards are used as the primary form of transportation and recreation -- in and out of your home. A utopia city for skateboarders would mean that a skateable path, like a ribbon connecting everything together, links each building in an unending ability to keep in motion on your board. The PAS House takes this concept and brings it to life through an architectural project mixing a modern single family home with a skateboard ramp structure -- all from an environmentally-driven perspective.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Aspect Boardshops 1st Annual Skills and Grills contest at The Truck Stop Skatepark in Bend Oregon.

Aspect Boardshop Skills and Grills from Jesus Crust on Vimeo.

Friday, July 1, 2011


All skateboarders should see this, 3 of raddest people to ever step foot on a skateboard. Pure enjoyment, no attitudes, no beef, no hatin, no mega sponsors, no bullshit, just 3 friends doing what they do best SKATING AND HAVING FUN. The best part is if this weren't a contest we probably would have never known that this existed. You dont need a camera to skate just a few homies.


We've all been there but not quite like this.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

SKATEBOARDING....Classic if you dont have it add it to the collection.

We shot Fruit of the Vine in 1999- this was our first film together. We shot it all on super 8 film- we had no idea what we were doing. This section is almost all 'in camera' edits- it was shot in about 30 minutes. For more info visit

Q Man knows whats up...take notes and go skate.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Monday, June 20, 2011

Rune Glifberg's 25th Anniversary Party

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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Pedro Barros, Pro Tec Pool Party

Pedro Barros walking away with first place and a check for $30,000

Tuesday, June 14, 2011


Sunday, June 12, 2011

72hrs in the BAY

NW ripper Sebo and the Autobahn crew

Friday, June 10, 2011



This dude knows what its all about FUN. Skateboarding should never be taken so serious it becomes a chore to enjoy, back to basics people. SKATE<SMILE<ENJOY.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Tyler Bledsoe's signature shoe on Etnies

Salem Oregon Pro skater Tyler Bledsoe's and his signature shoe on Etnies. Having seen Tyler grow up in Salem and hone his skills at the famed SP park. Everyone from Salem is stoked to see him come so far

Friday, June 3, 2011

Tyler Bledsoe Mindfield part

Also check out

Tyler Bledsoe Mindfield from Emil Sällström on Vimeo.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Jonas Bevacqua, co-founder of L.R.G. found dead

Taken from:

LAGUNA BEACH – Jonas Bevacqua, co-founder and creative director of the Irvine-based clothing company LRG, was found dead in his home on Bern Drive in Laguna Beach on Monday, the Orange County Coroner's Office confirmed. He was 34.
The cause of death for the well-known urban-style clothing designer has not yet been determined, Supervising Deputy Coroner Kelly Keyes said. The Laguna Beach Police Department did not provide details but said that the death does not appear to be suspicious.

Jonas Bevacqua, 31, cofounder of the Irvine-based LRG, Lifted Research Group, suggested he'd hop on the panda for a portrait. The clothing and lifestyle company has a young staff, most of whom are under 32.

LRG – short for Lifted Research Group – both supports and is supported by a community of musicians, artists and athletes who have donned the company's clothing. According to LRG, the company's clothes have been worn by celebrities from Kobe Bryant and Reggie Bush to Kanye West and John Legend to Quentin Tarantino and Tom Arnold.
Entrepreneur magazine reported the company had sales of $5 million in 2002 and $150 million in 2006, earning it the No. 5 spot on the publication's 500 fastest growing companies.
LRG co-founders Robert Wright and Charlie Moothart in a statement posted on the company's website Tuesday night described Bevacqua as a "visionary" who served as a "friend, partner, father, mentor and very caring person."
"Jonas was a star who burned brightly in the sky and who is gone too soon," the statement read. "There is a hole in our hearts that will never be filled. He will always be loved and missed by his friends, family and those he inspired."
Those sentiments were shared among online followers as news spread of Bevacqua's death.
"A true fashion pioneer,'' wrote an admirer on Twitter.
"RIP Jonas Bevacqua. Your accomplishments and trend setting ways inspired many,'' wrote another.
The early years of Bevacqua' life were spent in Long Beach, but when he got into high school his family moved to Laguna Beach. These two cultures were very different to him – the streets of Long Beach and the beaches of Laguna – and it helped shape him. He took to skating and surfing rather than team sports.
His family is a veritable melting pot. Bevacqua, who is U.S-born Vietnamese, was adopted along with six others by Helen and Joe Bevacqua, who also have one biological son. He has a black brother and sister, Filipino brother and sister, half-white-half black sister, half Jamaican-half-Spanish brother and a white brother.
"I grew up in a pretty unique environment and was exposed to a lot of different things," Bevacqua told the Register in 2009. "I didn't feel there was a clothing company to bridge the gap among all these different things that we were into – that spoke for that melting pot of what was going on. That's what LRG was all about."
After high school, he tried out college.
"I did two semesters but probably showed up like three times," Bevacqua said.
He drifted around California for a couple of years and spent time in San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco. In 1999, he decided he wanted to start a clothing company.
Bevacqua moved back in with his parents in Laguna Beach to start LRG. He worked as a valet during the day and at night he was a DJ at local clubs. His parents helped him get a computer for work.
He met Robert Wright while working as a DJ. Wright had a college education and experience working for O'Neill, a surf clothing brand, and he delivered all that knowledge to Bevacqua. They received some investor funding from Charlie Moothart and Ronnie Ghenender and LRG was born.
They started out with some sketches and ideas working out of Bevacqua's bedroom as he learned how to design and get clothes made.
"I had no idea what I was doing. I knew I definitely needed to get stuff made. We put together this game plan. I had to get some hats embroidered. So, I found some place local to us in Santa Ana," Bevacqua said.
Design at LRG is all about the message. Sometimes the message is about wit or humor and other times it's about a state of mind. The "Lifted" in Lifted Research Group, for example, can reference an elevated state of mind. Some of the messages LRG delivered over the years include: Make Jeans, Not War; Underground Inventive, Overground Effective; Equipment For Life's Journey; The Underachievers.
One message LRG revisits from time to time holds particular personal meaning to Bevacqua. Adopt Children, Not Style.
"That's my life story," Bevacqua said.
Bevacqua is survived by his fiancé, son, seven siblings and his mother and father, LRG officials said.

Monday, May 30, 2011


Chris Haslam (born December 19th, 1980) is a Canadian professional skateboarder, originally from Ontario who now resides in Richmond, BC.

Haslam started skating in 1994 while living with his parents in Singapore, and turned pro in 2004.

His current sponsors are Almost Skateboards, Independent Trucks (Independent Trucks and Clothing), Momentum Wheel Co., IS Designs, Vestal Watches, Dakine, CTI and Globe Shoes.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Riley Hawk

Riley Hawk from Birdhouse on Vimeo.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Matt Jensen Dallas Experiment

17 year old Matt Jensen from Dallas Oregon USA

Sunday, May 8, 2011

60 Minutes In The Park: Nyjah Huston

Saturday, May 7, 2011


Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Plan B Skateboards - Questionable(1992) Pat Duffy

Plan B Skateboards - Questionable (1992)Pat Duffy

Monday, May 2, 2011

Tommy Guerrero In The Collaboratory

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Osiris: Las Vegas and Arizona Road Trip

Corey Duffel, JT Aultz, Taylor Bingaman, Lee Yankou, Jamie Palmore, and Peter Raffin hit the road and head to Las Vegas and Arizona for a little road trip.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Backflips To Brainfarts: Part Two

The trek continued to Myrtle Creek, Red's, and Lincoln City park, with a cameo from David Gravette and Omar Hassan. Taylor's 360 capped it off—so gnarly!

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Monday, April 11, 2011

Stacks skateboards Sebo Walker

SEBO from Stacks on Vimeo.

Filmed by Ian Passmore

Additional Filming by
Ben Fordham
Cory Williams
Roger Bagley
Jeff Halstead
Matt Mullen
Brandon Burdine
Matt Hanson

Art Direction/Edit by
Michael Leon

Additional Post Production by
Group Picture

Part 1 Music:
'Leave Everywhere' by Toro Y Moi
Purchase on Itunes...​4z7lguc

Part 2 Music:
'Leave Them All Behind' by Ride
Purchase on Itunes...​4npqych

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Marc Johnson Epicly Later’d

Marc Johnson Epicly Later’d interview

Saturday, April 2, 2011



Thursday, March 17, 2011

Creature Born Dead - David Gravette

Plan B Torey Pudwill 1st Place Best trick Tampa Pro 2011

Saturday, February 19, 2011

JT Aultz’s life

From: skateboarding transworld .net

Words by Kevin Duffel

A new daughter isn’t the only recent change in JT Aultz’s life. The rad dad now has Osiris covering all his orthopedic needs, as well as young Lucy’s exorbitant diaper expenses. There really isn’t a better baby shower gift than that, is there?

How long has it been since you’ve been without a shoe sponsor now?
About eight months to a year.

What were you doing the whole time? Were you out buying shoes?
No, I’ve had some friends hook me up. I know some people who work for other shoe companies. And Vox was still giving me shoes. And Cuong [Osiris TM] was giving me Osiris too. I also got some Deklines.

What happened over at Vox?
All my friends just sort of quit. There was some more to it with the ownership, too. Everyone who started the company ended up quitting. And then half the team quit. I just didn’t know anybody in the office anymore, so I ended up quitting too. It didn’t feel like it was when it started.

This Osiris thing has been in the works for months now, right?
Yeah, I’ve been kinda talking to those guys since Vox, actually-since before I quit. A while back I talked to them real quick about it, and they said they wanted to do it. So in the back of my head I kind of had that—still hoping it was going to work out.

Why’d you choose Osiris out of everything? Did you have other offers?
Yeah, I had two other companies I was talking to, but I really didn’t know anyone on the teams. It’s so much easier to go on trips with people you’ve been traveling with. It’s more incentive to wanna ride for someone when you’re friends with everyone on the team. And I was also already skating the shoes because Cuong was hooking it up. I liked them, so it just made more sense than anything else.

Have you been on any trips with Osiris yet?
Not really. I’m about to go on one for two weeks up to Arizona, which is going to be my first one. I went up to Corey [Duffel's] house for a week with some of the riders. I wasn’t on the team yet though. I just kinda snuck in the van.

How did all the DLX guys take the move? It’s just funny that you’re the only guy on Real—a total S.F. based company—who’s also on Osiris, which is completely San Diego based.
They’re psyched on the whole thing. Vox was [San Diego based] too, it just didn’t look like it as much. I guess it’s because Osiris has the background from the 90s and stuff—with having all San Diego riders and stuff. But, no, they were super stoked on it.

Any pro shoe in the works?
Yeah, we’re working on a colorway right now, and then talking about starting to work on something for next year.

Some kids thought that Osiris was adding Ronnie Creager to the team after they saw your old throwback footage tape. Was that flattering?
Yeah, I saw Creager and [Tom] Penny comments. But for Penny it doesn’t make sense because he’s regular footed, but I guess he could do all that shit switch.

Were you stoked on the comparisons at least?
Yeah, for sure. It’s funny too, because I got a couple comments for Penny and I was super into Penny when I was younger. That’s why I had that haircut. I think it was all my haircut for that, but the Creager one, I thought was funny for sure. That was a compliment.

Which of those two dudes would you rather have on the team alongside you?
Probably Creager. I’ve never actually met Penny, but I’ve skated with Creager and he’s insane and cool as f—k, so I’ve gotta say Creager.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Aldrin Garcia OFFICIAL WORLD RECORD High Ollie

Monday, January 3, 2011

Cyril Jubin

 12 year old Cyril Jubin from France killing it at his local park. Thank for sending it in Patrick Jubin

This photo sent in from our Facebook page