For Go Skateboarding Day 2017, we’ve taken a trip down memory lane through our archive to revisit lessons we've learnt from some of skating's greatest icons.
In her early years, skating provided Marianne Eloise with an escape: from anxiety, from a toxic household, the OCD that span around her head. But as she got older, all that changed; suddenly her board could no longer be a sanctuary.
Thomas Campbell’s work has been transformed into wild shaped decks, clothing and more, in a new collaboration with Element.
Greg Carroll revolutionised the skateboard industry, taking him from rags to riches and back again. Now he's disrupting on another level: helping people make sense of their lives.
Clyde Singleton has been a transgressive force in skateboarding history – a tell-it-like-it-is character who has zero time for bullshit. Two decades after making his dream a reality by turning pro, he's still committed to pulling off the unexpected. This is a snapshot of his life.
In the frozen heartland of Finland, Jaakko Saavalainen’s do-it-yourself attitude proves that anywhere can become a skate utopia – as long as you’re willing to put in the work.
From New York to Ethiopia, DIY legend Jerry Mraz transforms neglected spaces under the cover of darkness – selflessly crafting skate spots for anyone and everyone.
Tommy Guerrero made history with skate crew the Bones Brigade. Now he's pushing himself as a musician, living the DIY dream with just one rule: do your thing.
For 15 years photographer Kevin Métallier has travelled the globe, capturing communities of skaters from all corners of the earth overcoming the obstacles presented to them.
A viral music video calls for gender equality and ridicules the absurd restrictions and male domination of women in the Middle East.
Whatever's happening in the rest of the world, skateboarders will always keep pushing forward. Here are some of the best skateboarding stories from 2016.
Three years after the country got its first mini ramp, skating has changed the lives of young Palestinians, providing a much-needed outlet with no winning or losing.