Darkstar Am Santana came through with another banging part oozing with style...
Ryan Decenzo battles up in SF for one of the biggest kickflips ever done!
New "Vintage" pro series for Spring 17 featuring Ryan Decenzo, PLG, and Manolo Robles.
Mirko Antich, or better known in cyberspace as Murk Lurks, is a visual artist known for his tongue-in-cheek illustrations and use of topical word play. Influenced by early punk flyers, 90's skate graphics, and L.A. beach culture, Mirko's work is tough at first glance, but playful at heart.
How did Ryan Decenzo go from humble Canadian maple syrup and pine cone farmer in the Yukon to internationally recognized pro skateboarder? Only one way to find out. Dwindle salutes you Ryan!
Darkstar Skateboards is proud to announce the first official Harley-Davidson® skateboard collaboration - a must-have collectors edition for Harley-Davidson enthusiasts and devoted followers. The Darkstar x Harley-Davidson collaboration is available worldwide, exclusively at core skate shops and select online retailers.
We took the FY TOUR to Dubai where Decenzo, Haslam, Sandoval, Wallin, and Willow went to explore every last grain of sand from here to Abu Dhabi. Check the edit below and head over to theskateboardmag.com for the full story.
Shot and edited by: Roger Bagley / Photos by: Ed Dominick
Dwindle riders crashed the Active Park! ...
Cliché: Daniel Espinoza, Lucas Puig, Pete Eldridge, Joey Brezinski, Paul Hart.
enjoi: Zack Wallin, Caswell Berry, Jose Rojo, Thaynan Costa.
Almost: Cooper Wilt, Willow, Daewon Song, Chris Haslam, Youness Amrani.
Zero: Tommy Sandoval, Franky Villani, Chris Wimer, James Brockman, Jamie Thomas.
Darkstar: Dave Bachinsky, Ryan Decenzo, Greg Lutzka.
Blind: TJ Rogers, Cody McEntire, and Sewa Kroetkov.
Shot & Edit by Roger Bagley Additional Filming by Austin Buya, Matt Mullen, Aaron Brown, James Craig, & Luis Cruz.
Darkstar introduces a limited edition collaboration with Hajime Sorayama for Spring 2016. Hajime Sorayama is a legendary Japanese artist known for erotic portrayals of women and organic robotic forms. Sorayama’s reputation was initially established in the 1980’s with the “Sexy Robot” series - a body of work which shocked people throughout the world for his hyper realistic artful depictions of sensual metallic qualities and reflected light. Sorayama continues to live and work in Japan today.