The Skateboard Cafe crew have long been serving up tasty video edits, hardware and apparel to Bristols skate scene. You can read can read all about them in issue 3 of Another Escape, where we caught up with founder Rich Smith to talk about supporting the local skateboarding scene, Bristol as a skaters playground, and whats next on the menu for Skateboard Cafe?
Some product and interview shots I took for a feature on Skateboard Cafe which can be found in the latest issue of Another Escape magazine. *Additional skateboarding images by Channon Wallace and Greg Somerset.
We have both been working extremely hard on getting this project off the ground since we both graduated earlier this year, and it would really mean so much to us if you could take 5 minutes to check out what we’ve been up to, submit work and or spread the word!
The guys over at Another Escape Magazine have just relaunched their swanky new website and they kindly did a feature of my White river series..
along side the relaunch they have released their new issue, which also features a pretty big editorial on my new series In ‘The Lands of Giants and Kings’ but that aside, it has loads of other delicious, artistic treats inside all for just £6.00
“Take most people, they’re crazy about cars. They worry if they get a little scratch on them, and they’re always talking about how many miles they get to a gallon, and if they get a brand-new car already they start thinking about trading it in for one that’s even newer. I don’t even like old cars. I mean they don’t even interest me. I’d rather have a goddam horse. A horse is at least human for God’s sake.” – J.D. Salinger, Catcher in the Rye