Emerica pros Tosh Townend and Aaron Suski are in Hawaii right now with fellow Emerica pro Chris Senn shooting an article with Brian Gaberman for Skateboarder magazine and filming a short clip for Fuel TV with filmmaker Mike Manzoori. After that, Tosh and Senn are off to Australia for the World Cup contest and three weeks of filming for the upcoming Element video.
Joining Tosh and Senn in Australia for the World Cup contest will be Emerica pro Kevin “Spanky” Long. Those of you at the contest might get a sneak peek at Kevin’s upcoming Emerica KSL 1 signature shoe that he will be rocking. Look for it in stores this Fall.
Emerica pro Erik Ellington is spending some time in San Francisco this week, filming for his Baker part and hangin’ out with some friends.
Along with Erik, Emerica pros Andrew Reynolds, Bryan Herman, Kevin “Spanky” Long and Emerica am Braydon Szafranski continue to film for the Baker video, which is due out sometime this year.
bEmerica pro Ed Templeton has been keeping himself busy lately. Besides running Toy Machine, putting the finishing touches on his part for the recently released Good & Evil video, surfing the internet for pr0n and still finding time to skate, Ed has somehow also been painting and printing away. In fact, Ed just returned home from the U.K., where he attended the opening of a solo exhibition of his artwork and photography called the Judas Goat at London’s Modern Art gallery. Ed arrived home just in time for the opening of the Beautiful Losers group show at the Orange County Museum of Art, as well as another group show called The New Image Art Show at RVCA clothing headquarters in Costa Mesa. Ed is participating in both of these group shows, along with some other skatey, artsy people. Here’s a story about the two shows from the OC Weekly for those of you bored enough to read on. And you thought you had a lot on your plate with that upcoming algebra quiz on Friday and that five-page report on the constitution due next Monday in Social Studies class.
Ed is participating in both of these group shows, along with some other skatey, artsy people. Here’s a story about the two shows from the OC Weekly for those of you bored enough to read on. And you thought you had a lot on your plate with that upcoming algebra quiz on Friday…and that five-page report on the constitution due next Monday in Social Studies class.
Hey Kids, take a tip from Ed and get off the internet for an hour and create something. You can start by making your very own skate ’zine and sending it to emericaskate.com’s very own Content Manager and ’Zine Reviewer, himself—the one, the only, the inimitable Mr. Garry Davis. You never know, in addition to being the first step on your path to fame and glory as an internationally acclaimed artist, your ’zine may be the next one reviewed here on the Emerica site. Send your creations to:
Garry Davis c/o
Emerica ’Zine Review
25422 Trabuco RD, Suite 105, #245
Lake Forest, CA 92609