Limited Edition Yayoi Kusama Skateboards are Coming to MoMA’s Online Store

This October, MoMA will release a limited run of skateboards (500 each of two styles) designed by the beloved Yayoi Kusama. The designs Yellow Trees (1994) and Dots Obsession (2018) are classic Kusama—all spots and bright colors. Though this isn’t a first for either party (MoMA has released similar pieces based on works by Warhol and Basquiat, and Kusama made a custom Infinity Mirror Skate Deck in 2017), …

Poolside: “Feel Alright Nashville” Premiere

Professional skater Braydon Szafranski zooms down a midwest highway in one effortless take

When Poolside released Heat last year, the duo’s knack for crafting super-catchy, sunny disco-pop was (once again) confirmed. That “daytime disco” vibe is perhaps most reflected in the gloriously infectious and breezy “Feel Alright,” which has just been reworked for a new version and video—both of which we are exclusively premiering today. “Feel Alright Nashville” includes just the right amount of country twanging—thanks to band …

Cindy Sherman To Collaborate With Supreme

Perhaps an unlikely collaboration but one that we’re notably excited about, artist Cindy Sherman will be working with Supreme on two limited edition skateboards. The decks will feature works from Sherman’s 1987 “Grotesque” series of photo stills, for which she moved away from self-portraits. Featuring “Untitled #181” and “Untitled #175,” the artworks are glossy and as the title might lead one to believe, also a …

Diamond Supply Co + Dogtown’s Collaborative Collection

We speak with Nick Tershay about teaming up with the iconic skate brand

As the iconic skate brand Dogtown celebrates its 40th anniversary, a younger company has also reached a milestone: Diamond Supply Co is quickly approaching their 20th year. To celebrate, the Californian brands have come together to pay homage to the past, present, and future of skating with a capsule collection that merges punk beach aesthetic with sharp skate streetwear sensibilities. Diamond Supply Co’s founder Nick …

The “Yeah Girl” Exhibition Celebrates Women in Skateboarding

On display now at Copenhagen’s Vess Gallery, “Yeah Girl” is a celebration of women in the world of skateboarding. A show made up of images by women photographers of women skaters, it’s a diverse show, curated by photographer Sarah Huston. Featuring work by Jenna Selby, Alana Paterson, Linnea Bullion and others, the exhibition first opened last year in Australia. Head over to Huck to read …