A new series of photos by Karabo Mooki pays tribute to the Johannesburg youth pushing for greater representation in the sport.
As skateboarding embraces a more conventional status as an Olympic sport, four skaters reflect on what happens to a subculture when it’s thrust into the mainstream.
Skaters are rarely considered a particularly engaged demographic of voters, but a grassroots organisation is seeking to change that.
When we spoke to skate legend Jeff Grosso in 2011 he was about to embark on the great second act of his public life.
Now in its second year, Pushing Boarders is combining skate culture with academic rigour to push the scene forward.
Winner – which celebrates skateboarding’s ongoing love affair with DIY culture – opens this week at Deptford’s Curve.
Through zines, boards, art and parties, Jeffrey Cheung is making skating more inclusive – creating a safe, judgement-free community for young outsiders.
The Palace skater’s latest exhibition blends antidepressants, mental health and a collaboration with Damien Hirst.
After finding his first camera in a skip, Petr Barabakaa has been photographing the streets as only a skater could: fleeting and accident prone.
Hamburg's Nord Nordwest Surf Film Fest is a chance for the Northern European surf and skate community to come together and be counted.
Anti-terror raids put Brussels at the centre of Europe’s debate on radicalisation. But at Les Ursulines skatepark kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.