From Milwaukee, Wisconsin all the way to the second annual Wild in the Streets event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
We've reviewed about a million issues of For Fun Zine, so we figured it's about time to tackle their Web site.
For Fun Zine has packed away a whole pantload of archived material, like the Photo Galleries section, which features folders of pics going back to 2000, plus black and whites and even some animatied shots; a Flashback section, which contains a plethora of articles on some big skate events dating back several years, as well; plus a Freefall slam section; Profiles on Brazilian and American pro skaters and a Future section on the young guns.
There's plenty of stuff to look at and read, so just for fun, pay a visit to For Fun Zine today.
Calling all you budding rockers! Throw a guitar over your shoulder with the Slash II G-Tar Pack gift box containing a woven guitar strap with an engineered Pure logo repeat pattern and three guitar picks. Time to get your hammer-on(s)!
Santa is cool for not wearing knee pads, and Dasher is stoked on the background props.
All of us here at Emerica wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas. What did Santa Claus bring you this year?
A highly innovative, unconventional and illegal roving street jam / demo.
Title: For Fun Zine
Publisher: Claudio "Kacky"
Issue Number: 12 (July 2006)
Page Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Page Count: 24
Printing method: Black and white photocopy.
Email: forfunzineatforfunzine.com (Replace "at" with the @ symbol.)
Web site: For Fun Zine
Another day, another issue of For Fun Zine…and this one keeps the visual noise coming, as always. There's a whole article--and even an ad--commemorating Market skate shop's 10-Year Anniversary. You should be so lucky to have such a shop in your town. There's also plenty o' collaged coverage on Go Skateboarding Day, when all the Fort Collins locals skated that gay (as in happy) striped ramp that is visible on the cover of this issue; a Photo Gallery of some fantastic shred-sticking; an Undisclosed Location article on a secret halfpipe and accompanying trampoline; a feature on the Midwest Massacre tour through Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin; an article covering 4:20: Le Major Holiday Americano, a major stoner holiday, situated conveniently next to an ad for Kind Creations head shop; and last but not least, some Test Drive product reviews and Brazilian Noise music reviews.
As always, the price of this zine is free, so what are you waiting for? Email Claudio today and order a copy to call your very own. The For Fun Zine Web site is also looking doper than ever. Oh, look. Issues 13 and 14 are already out, and I still don’t have 'em. That's a hint, Mr. Kacky.
Emerica unveils its second and long-awaited video.
Welcome to the seventh edition of Emerica's ongoing Design-A-Tee contests, in which we empower you, the ranks of Emerican youth, to create the best Emerica T-shirt graphic ever. You must enter Design-A-Tee 7 as soon as possible, though, as this contest officially closes on January 15, 2007. So, you better get crackin' and get creative!
Heath Kirchart, Emerica Gear. Ad enlarges.
Well, as it turns out, the rumor is true! Emerica legend and leader of the Wild Ride pack, Heath Kirchart, is the first pro to join our stellar clothing and accessories collection called Emerica Gear!
Heath is already hard at work here at Emerica headquarters designing his very own line of signature clothing, which will be available in skate shops in Summer 2007. Keep an eye out as Heath sports his new threads at a spot near you, and don't forget to send mom or dad down to your local skate shop to pick up all your favorite new Emerica Gear for Holiday 2006. Christmas is almost here!
Stay tuned, Emericanos, because there's much more to come! This is Skateboarding Gear!