Todd Francis is back for more BS’n about offensive art, the rough street pigeons of SF, coming back to work at DLX and much more in his sit down with Tommy Guerrero.
We lagged pretty hard on this one, but just so we have it up for posterity here is part three of Tommy Guerrero’s interview with amazingly talented Huntington Beach Pier walker Ed Templeton.
Start your weekend off right with part one of a discussion between Tommy Guerrero and Ed Templeton. Think they’ll talk about art and skateboarding? You betcha. Click the arrow and go.
This week Uniqlo has unveiled its latest UT collaboration, here alongside legendary skateboarder Tommy Guerrero. The release follows up on a recent collaboration with Nintendo. The T-shirts in turn boast shots from Guerrero’s partner, Claudine Gossett, as well as famed skate photographer Grant Birttan. In addition, an assortment of graphics that Guerrero himself designed are […]
The world of skateboarding has always been inextricably linked with music. Whether through the punk rock that guys like Steve Olson and Tommy Guerrero helped make ubiquitous in the skateboarding scene back in the 1980s or the laid-back...Show More Summary
Tommy Guerrero is busy on several fronts in his life. As he juggles his duties at Deluxe Distribution, fatherhood and the planning of his upcoming European tour to support his seventh album titled, No Mans Land, he managed to find time to field Dave Carnie’s questions about life for Huck Magazine. Read in, right now.
Tis the holiday season and who better than Tommy Guerrero & Frank Gerwer to spread the cheer! So pour up a nice big glass of Jagnog and listen to these two merry elves tell festive tales of years past in this installment of BS with ...
Who better to put us in the holiday skateboarding mood than Tommy Guerrero and Frank Gerwer. These two right jolly old elves know what’s up. [Link: DLX]
Tis the holiday season and who better than Tommy Guerrero & Frank Gerwer to spread the cheer! The post BS with G & G: DLX-Mess Holiday Special appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
Tommy Guerrero and Mark Gonzales return for more BS with TG about everything from making Video Days with Spike Jonze to picking their favorite skaters and beyond.
Tommy Guerrero and Mark Gonzales are back for more BS with TG to investigate the reason Lance Mountain nicknamed Gonz "Slam Man," The post BS with TG: Mark Gonzales Part 2 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
Tommy Guerrero and Mark Gonzales are back for more BS with TG to investigate the reason why Lance Mountain nicknamed Gonz ‘Slam Man’, why Mark likes to get lost in strange places and recently learning to surf…all the while killing their remaining brain cells in a cloud of spray paint fumes.
Tommy Guerrero rolls around NYC with Mark Gonzales and gets the enigma to elucidate. Not easy, and not to be missed.
Tommy Guerrero and Matt Hensley are back with Part 2 The post BS with TG: Matt Hensley Part 2 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
Tommy Guerrero and Matt Hensley are back with Part 2 of BS with TG to hear more about Matt’s life after professional skateboarding and what it’s like to spend 6-8 months out of the year on the road with his band Flogging Molly. And for those who prefer to listen while pretending to work – […]
The crew at Prisma Guitars takes old skateboards, glues them together, and then cuts them up and turns them into guitars that Tommy Guerrero plays. “Skateboards are made with seven layers of hard rock maple—a familiar guitar wood—and some of the layers are randomly dyed colors. Through working the materials, we get the colors to […]
Tommy Guerrero and Matt Hensley sit down to talk skateboarding, and we’ll just make a guess here, music? Flogging Molly maybe? There are probably no two people in the world who could discuss these topic betters. Seriously. And this is only part 1.
Tommy Guerrero’s caught up with street skating veteran and skateboarding icon Matt Hensley while he was on tour with Flogging Molly recently. Have a seat and check out this first part of two episodes!
San Francisco’s very own Prisma Guitars handcrafts one-of-a-kind instruments from used skateboards. Check out this clip as Tommy Guerrero jams some smooth lines on their uniquely crafted sound machines.
Tommy Guerrero and Tony Hawk sit down for a chat (Riley, Gleaming The Cube, and more). What else do you need to know? Watch it and learn. [Link via SkateDaily]