Josef Schulz Photography

Today we present you with some images from Josef Schulz. The Dusseldorf-based, Polish photographer often shoots desolate landscapes barren of any forms of life such as old border crossings in Europe to closed down gas stations, abandoned buildings and road ways, along with facades of bold and colourful buildings. More after the jump. Read more...

ONLY NY 2012 Fall

Today we present you with the Fall collection from ONLY NY. The New York label offers a wide range of graphic t-shirts, pocket tees, tank tops, crewnecks, hoodies, and shorts. Unfortunately, their staple snapbacks are M.I.A this time around, but the other goods more than make up for their absence. Pick up the collection now through their online shop. More after the jump. Read more...

Charcoal Drawings by Yanni Floros

Take a look at some beautiful and highly realistic charcoal drawings by Australian artist, Yanni Floros. His subjects are mainly women, posing with their backs to the viewer, always wearing headphones. He also portrays doctors, firefighters, scuba divers, motocross riders, as well as documenting an impressive array of firearms. Check out more of his awesome work after the jump. Read more...

Bones Brigade: An Autobiography (Trailer)

Steve Caballero, Tony Hawk, Rodney Mullen and Lance Mountain. Just a few legendary members of the original Bones Brigade team. Thanks to Stacey Peralta, and his new documentary full of archive footage and commentary from the original members, we’ll soon get a comprehensive look at the team that dominated skateboarding in the ’80s. Here’s the first official trailer. “Unmotivated by fame or popularity, they completely dedicated their lives to a disrespected art form. For most of the 1980s, this misfit crew headed by a 1970s ex-skateboard champion blasted the industry with a mixture of art and raw talent becoming the most popular skateboarding team in history. The core unit of the Bones Brigade built an empire that covered the world. They dominated contests, made hundreds of thousands of dollars, created the modern skateboard video, reinvented endemic advertising, pushed skate progression into a new era, and set the stage for a totally new form of skating called street style. There’s nothing comparable in today’s skateboarding.” Read more...