Thomas Busottil, the creative mind behind www.deparisyearbook.com, spreaded some good news today:
“We’re launching the new book, called “City Triptych 2016″ as it comes this year under one 365 pages Book.”
There is going to be a launch event plus a exhibition starting September, 15th in Berlin.
I am once again super psyched to finally see the result and also to be a part of the whole puzzle.
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.
Cleptomanicx took out an ad for the latest SOLO skatemag.
Clepto Teamrider Jan Hoffmann and me were in the fortunate position to find a discarded bobtail the other day and made it skateable.
I made another zine about my trip to Montreal last year.
Printed on organic paper and kindly supported by CONVERSE.
You can win it this week at SOLO Skateboard Magazine.
If you prefer a personal delivery, just hit me up.
A couple of weeks ago Graham Tait put together a new issue of North Skateboard magazine.
I contributed this black and white page that I took in The Hague, Netherlands last year.
These two pictures of Ilja Judizki and Tjark Thielker were taken last autumn and have now been used as Cleptomanicx ads in Solo and Parallel.
I burned some of my slides for a featured article in Parallel Skateboard Magazin.
A few of them were leftovers from the last couple of years, but still worth working with it.
Also there is a Julian Furones portfolio plus a Koni Rutschmann interview that you should definitely check. Grab a copy while you can!
“Un été à Montpellier” is the title of a 40-page zine that I made.
It pictures my stay in Montpellier featuring Nils Brauer, Tjark Thielker and Peter Sievert.
The zine is now available at Montur skateshop and Cleptomanicx.
SOLO skatemag did a review on that thing here.
Thanks to everybody involved.
My dear friends of PLACE magazine put up some snapshots from Montreal where I’ ve spent this summer.
These and more photos from Canada can soon be found here. Enjoy!
When I was a kid I had a poster of Michael Mackrodt hanging in my room. Even today he is definitely someone I still look up to. He pretty much embodies skateboarding and globetrotting at the same time.
Many years later I was lucky enough to take a photo of him in the streets of Berlin which has now been printed in SOLO Skateboard Magazine.
This hurricane grind is part of a photo series called “blurred vision”. Also starring Alex Ullmann, Carsten Beneker and André Gerlich.