The 42nd edition of SOLO finally sees the light of day. After all those years shoulder to shoulder I am still hyped to be part of the magazine. This time I luckily squeezed some photos in there as well.
Nils Brauer, my old Volvo 245 and I went on a long-awaited roadtrip to the arctic circle this summer.
Our 7000km journey basically took us through whole Scandinavia, crossing Norrland, Lappland, Lofoten Islands and so on.
The whole story including 17 photos of mine made it to Solo skatemag #35.
Go and turn real pages. Don‘t be afraid. It’s just paper.
In issue 33 of SOLO skatemag golden oldie Michael Mackrodt was questioned about life, skateboarding and plenty of other things.
Working on the interview he showed me around in his hometown Berlin. I still feel very blessed to work closely with someone like Michi and I am sure we re going to team up again soon.
In the last issue of SOLO my friend Sven Kanclerski had to answer some questions about life, art and skateboarding.
I ve known this fellow for quite some time now and its pretty interesting to see how he evolved over the years.
Here is also a short Super-8 clip that we filmed.
Much love to Magenta skateboards for showing Kenny Hopf and me the beauty of Bordeaux this summer.
Thanks also to SOLO Skatemag and Vivien Feil who put these lovely pages together.
The whole article contains photos of Kenny, Vivien, Soy, Leo and the rest of the crew.
The 27th edition of SOLO skatemag came out last month.
The entire issue deals with the golden city of San Francisco.
On 130 pages you ll find locals, friends as well as european skaters skating the bay area.
After all about 60 photos of mine made it to the final result. Get it in stores or online while you can.
This saturday I am gonna show some pictures from California at ARROW & BEAST in Stuttgart.
Please swing by to have burritos and drinks together.
Thank you SOLO Skateboard Magazine and New Balance Numeric for the support.
My buddy Louis Taubert and me have been working on a feature story for SOLO skatemag during this summer.
We travelled up the danish west coast to skate, surf, camp and actually just hung out.
Soon there might be a little clip about the adventure on the SOLO website. Keep your eyes peeled.
Spending most of my free time with my camera once again paid off.
This photo shows Louis Taubert skating the dunes of Denmark.
We made it to the front page of one of the nicest magazines in the world of skateboarding.
Sunny days were pretty rare this summer in Europe.
Daniel Pannemann made use of some warm hours by taking a wet slide.
Always great to watch this guy skate.