30-page full-color zine with content from around the world. This issue features an interview with director Harrison Boyce, one with Mike Mastroni about the RideBMX Headlights video, a poem by Mike Hinkens and a photo gallery by Lucas Comino. Printed and assembled by hand in MacArthur Park, Los Angeles. $5 shipped in The States.
“Adaptation” is out now. 34-page full-color zine with content from around the globe. As gritty as your favorite alleyway, our printing process ensures uniqueness between every single copy with a pen-written serial number in the masthead to reflect that fact. Assembled by hand in the kitchen of our friend’s place, this isn’t some pre-fab catalog spit out by a machine. Print is not dead, it’s just underfed and malnourished. $6 with free shipping in The States
I am very excited to formally announce the production of AANGLES, a DVD that I will be working on for the next two years. I’ll be traveling extensively throughout the country filming with anyone who is motivated by the energy of this promo, an energy that will carry through into the final product. Get in touch if you want to be involved!
Our latest paper cut Momentum is now available. 34 full-color pages printed and assembled by hand in Los Angeles. $5 shipped in The States.
“With videos being such a huge part of BMX, the whole rider turn filmer is a seamless evolution. It’s not uncommon for someone who starts to take filming more seriously to see their riding suffer a bit—it’s just a simple give and take. However, there are some riders who manage to excel both in front and behind the camera. There are even a few professional riders—some with signature parts and all—who are helping film and/or making some of our favorite BMX videos. Here are a handful of riders who are known and recognized for their efforts on both ends of the video camera and how they find a balance between two things they love to do.”