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S K A T E J A W N

Issue 16 March 2013


Contents

Phil Jackson photog interview Kyle Nicholson Greenvilles backyard monster Nate Greenwood D.C. D.I.Y James Pitonyak Guru Khalsa, rock fakie, p- TKP


Photographers: CJ Harker Billy Cox Colin Sussingham Deville Max Hull Xeno Tsarnas Andy Enos Contributing Photogs: Joe Scordo Johnny Wilson Karim Gohem Paul Overstrom Rob Collins Sam McKenna Zander Taketomo Contributors: Matt Karlin Nobo McManus Sloan Palder Brendan Wilkie Travis Storer Matt Lilly Illustration: Will Laren

Cover: Cyrus Bennett, half cab p- Max Hull Above: John Shanahan, kickflip p- Zahradnik Contact: Homies@skatejawn.com All rights reserved Skate Jawn 2013 www.skatejawn.com

Editor / Designer: Marcus Waldron Contact: Homies@skatejawn.com www.skatejawn.com


Phil Jackson photographer interview

What differences have you noticed between Philly and NYC? There are so many things that I really love about New York and so many things that I really miss about Philly. I love the energy and motivation of by: Jawn Doe people, like everyone hustling, really trying to get somewhere and everyone just seems motivated to make it happen up here. Things I find off putting are just the whole culture of wealth, and How long did you live in Philly? I moved there when I was 18 so that was 2004 and I the attitude of people that think they’re cool just because they live in the city. I find that people left in 2012 so 8 years total. are really selfish around here, I think the fact that everyone’s motivated and trying to make things Why did you decide to move to NY? happen also comes with people being really self Part of it was my girlfriend is going to grad school here so I moved up with her. But I had always wanted centered sometimes cause they’re so focused on to live in NY at some point in my life. I just knew that where they’re going. And then for sure not having the same skate scene is definitely a big thing for from visiting. me, not having FDR and the warehouse to just meet up with people. It’s just a lot more divided out here. I definitely miss the park so much. It’s just easier to get by in Philly, you don’t have to work so crazy, things are more affordable, there’s less bureaucracy, less undercover cops watching you, you can find abandoned shit... How did the FDR book happen? My friend Nick Orso approached me and my other friend Scott Kmiec about trying to do the project, he had a publisher lined up. So I reached out to everyone I knew, every photographer who had local photos of the park. I sent them something like “hey we don’t have any money but were making this project would you be down to contribute” and I got an insane amount of things from all kinds of people, from California, New York, other countries and stuff. Then we basically just whittled it down over the course of three years, and laid it out. It was a lot of work. I don’t think I realized how much I was getting my self into at first. Any good FDR stories? Two stories that I like both take place right by the miniramp. They’re not even mine but I’ll tell ‘em. A homie went to take a piss in the woods right by the miniramp and they almost didn’t notice, but they saw at the last minute someone had dug like a 8-10 foot hole in the woods and they lightly


everybody with good nicknames, all the 50 year olds still ripping, Andrew Clark holding it down. Willy Akers, there’s lots man.

covered it with leaves. It was basically like a pit, 3 foot in diameter, 10 feet deep and if you had fallen into the pit, you wouldn’t have been able to climb out. It was like a trap or something. So random. No idea who did that or why. And the other is, once my friends were skating the mini ramp and they saw these two bums getting into a fight, screaming at each other, hitting each other. Then they disappeared off into the woods. They didn’t really think much of it, then like twenty minutes later one of the bums came out the woods like fully covered in blood. They were like, whoa that’s gnarly I wonder what happened? Then the next day cops were down at the park and they said they pulled a body out of the woods. They’d somehow figured out that one dude had killed someone else in the woods, homeless dudes. Fav FDR locs? Of all time? I’ll give props to Steve Faas, Delaware Josh, Delaware Adam, Smiling Ryan, Acid Mike,

How long did you live in AZ? Right after I graduated college I moved out there for six months. I lived with one of my best friends Dave. That was like a high point in my life in terms of having fun everyday, not having responsibilities, skating, meeting new people, and shooting photos, but I made so little money. It was when the economy really tanked. I was looking for work, especially as a photographer’s assistant and stuff, I tried so hard to find work and I couldn’t find anything. I pretty much dumpster dove all my food. I sold my plasma, like your blood you know, for 35 bucks a pop, twice a week and we ate out of the trash. I dug ditches a couple days. I would do odd jobs on Craigslist and stuff. That’s pretty much how I survived, but it was sick. It was a good experience. When did you go to Skatopia? Skatopia was the first road trip I ever went on. The first time I went was 2004 with my friend Delaware Josh. He showed me the ropes of traveling and took me on my first trips, took me across country. So I went there in 2004, then again the next summer, then one more time, so yea maybe three or four times while I was in college then I didn’t go back for a long time cause I was kinda like fuck that place, those dudes suck. It’s just a weird scene. But I went back recently last spring with Akers, and Dillon


Constantine, Jersey Drew, a big crew of people, and it was really sick. So I take it all back. That place is still rad. What’s it like? What was your issue with it? I mean back in the day it was just way gnarlier, just dudes doing all kinds of cocaine, running cars straight through where everybody was sleeping, shooting fireworks straight at people. It was just raw, I think it’s calmed down a little bit now especially since Bruce Martin, who runs the place, he had a pretty major accident. It was a lot of egos, just people thinking they were cool, and vibing people out if they didn’t like the look of ‘em or whatever, same thing like we were talking about in New York. But yea I’d say Skatopia is awesome. Everybody should see it at one point, you can do whatever you want. How many photos you take a day? I feel like I shoot most of my stuff when I’m on trips. I feel more inspired to shoot things when I’m traveling, and when I’m traveling I try to shoot a roll a film a day. It’s not that much but if I go away for two weeks I want to come back with 15 rolls of film. It’s not really about quantity, if I go away on a trip I’d like to come home with at least one thing that I really like. If I can get one really good photo, then I’m stoked. I know it sounds crazy like you drive six thousand miles or whatever to try to get one photo but if I come home with one thing that I really think is good, then it was a good trip for me. Have you ever been arrested? The last time I got a ticket for skating or even yelled at by the cops, was when I was 13 years old.

I saw some cops pull a gun on a kid for skating Love, and ran away with my friend. I wasn’t even skating. I had broken my board, and got a ticket even though I had a broken board and we were blocks away. I fought it with my mom. I was like a 13 year old kid. It was a crazy experience. But dude I never get in trouble with cops. One thing I wish I knew when I was little is don’t run, don’t act guilty, don’t give them a reason to think you knew you were doing something wrong. Like the other day me and Andrew Wilson and some of his roommates were pouring some cement up to this Jersey barrier in Bushwick. We’re just mixing, troweling it, trying to do it pretty quick but were not really being sketchy about it, and this cop rolls up. I had my back to the street troweling, and they’re like “Hey what’re you doing?” I just totally played calm and was like “Oh hey what’s up I’m just building something to skate”, and they just looked at me so crazy like “You’re building something to skate?” “yea, you know, we’ve been skating this barrier so I figured we’d just put a little cement up to it make it a little easier” the one was so bummed. I could tell he wanted to write us tickets. He’s like “Are you serious you’re just gonna build some stuff on someone else’s property” and the other cop that was in the drivers seat was like,“Alright, carry on, see you guys later” and he hit the gas and they bailed. I know if I had hesitated or not been confident they would have fucked us over but if you just pretend you’re doing something right, nobody will mess with you.


GREENWOOD

Photos by Rob Collins Where you from? I was born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts.

What are you’re favorite things about Massachusetts? I like the fact that I live so close to Boston, because I have a bunch of good friends out there and it’s always a good time in the city. There are a bunch of really good dudes who have come out of Mass, so it’s good to keep in touch with them and meet up when possible. Umass is also really close to me, and that place is practically its own town. What kind of spots you like? I enjoy skating some nice handrails and I really like spots that have a ledge and then either a gap or a rail to skate afterwards. It’s just something about skating one after the other that makes it so fun. I really like all of the different types of spots we’ve got here on the East Coast.

Interview by Jawn Belushi

NATE


the most deprived people, who come from absolutely nothing, can overcome great hardships and create a sustainable life for themselves, or even accomplish greatness. I know this sounds really cliche, but in America, anyone can do whatever they set their minds to, as long as they have the drive and determination to overcome obstacles that stand in the way of their ultimate goals.

Do you get sacked a lot? I’m not trying to jinx myself, but no, not really. Although, I did have a really close call on this long rail in Boston a few weeks ago. Luckily I just hit my ass cheek on the end of the rail. t What does America mean to you? Man, that’s tough. Well, one could say that America is so great because of the fact that all kinds of people can come from completely different walks of life, whether it be rich or poor, and give meaning to their life in whichever way they desire. Some of

What you study? I go to school for Marketing Communications/Advertising, but to be quite honest, I’m not too sure of exactly what I would like to do with it. There are so many options for me in having this major, so at least I have that. It just kind of sucks to have to balance out school with skating during each semester because I typically only get a few hours to skate each week. Who’s yr favorite TV redneck? Hmm, either Daryl from The Walking Dead or Psy from Duck Dynasty.


Which one would win in a fight? Daryl for sure because he’s always equipped with his crossbow! Psy is old and just has his duck call reeds. What do you prefer: Eddie Comini w/ scum stache or w/o Definitely with! He looks like he’s twelve when he shaves it off now. Well, a twelve year-old that’s 6’4”. If you could choose three items to put in a time capsule to be opened in 100 years what would they be? A bottle of whiskey, a blunt, and a burrito from El Pelon that can never go bad, because the person who opens that time capsule would be pretty hyped. Craziest UMass party moment? We went to this crazy frat party that was outside and it had to have a good 400 people there. Greg Cotto ended up shitting on this dude’s car while he was passed out inside of it and a bunch of people pissed in empty beer cans and were chucking them into the crowds of wasted college bros. It was awesome! He shit all over the dude’s windshield and hood! What’s the maddest yr parents have ever been at you? When I had an interview with a portrait of me blowing smoke. Haha, good times! Last time you had to deal with cops? For something other than skating? I was pulled over while parked directly in front of my friend’s driveway while we were smoking. As I rolled my window down, smoke poured into the cops’ faces and I was whipped right out of my car without any chance to hand them my license and registration. I guess they had no regard for protocol this time.

What ended up happening? I just got a $100 ticket and my friend came through by pitching in 50 bucks! If you could have dinner with any person living or dead who’d it be? I’ve thought about this so many times, and every time I come up with someone new. I’m gonna go with Dave Chappelle this time though. Shout outs? Well, I would first like to thank you for having this interview with me. I would also like to thank Rob Collins for the photos, Dan and Frank over at Theory Skate Shop along with all of my friends in Western Mass, Will Campbell over at Nike, Benny, Upson and Seber over at Hardtimes & 502, Jared Lucas and Daniel Costanza at Bones, Roger Cameron at Magical Go-Go, Mikey Pioggia, Greg Sanocki, Scott Bedard, Alex Pelletier, my girlfriend Deanna, my family, and any others who I may have left out! Now time to go do some homework.


Luke Koch, disaster p- Zahradnik

Wes Buck, hippy hop p- Hull


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Interview by Jawn Bon Jovi

wallride, p- CJ Harker


bs noseblunt revet, p- Harker

Do you normally sleep to 3 o’clock? No no, I just got a messed up schedule, woke up at like 2 o’clock fell asleep at like 12 o’clock and then I just woke up now. Where are you from? Born in Princeton and raised in Hamilton. How long have you been skating? I’ve been skating for like 12 years now. Why do you almost exclusively skate Trenton? Probably because it’s just right down the road from me, it takes no gas to get there. Who do you normally skate with? I guess the people I grew up with, Chris, Carlos, Chuck, or this chick Andrea, just random people. When I go out to Philly I skate with you guys. If you had to move to Philly or New York where would you go? Maybe New York just because, it’s a bigger city with different spots that you don’t see anywhere else. Who was yr first sponsor? It was either Extreme Funktion skate shop or

this company Monk Death skateboards. I forget which one was first. I think Dillon hooked it up with Monk Death. It was based out of Connecticut? or Massachusetts, one of those. Extreme Funktion was just this local skate shop in Hamilton. It was shared with a video store, and a paintball store. They ended up going out of business, but they were both pretty sick. What’s the best part of Trenton as a city? Probably just that it’s completely dead on the weekends. No one really goes down there so you have your chance to skate a bunch of spots without getting kicked out or hassled by people. And all the spots are a block from each other so you can just skate around the city and hit every spot. fs shuv p- Scott Patricelli

Favorite people you’ve seen skate Trenton? I think Chad Bartie, he had a really sick trick on the banks. I think he went off the bank, back tail on top of the flat bar, and I think he went back in to fakie. That was really sick and Ricky Oyola.


sw heel, p- Scott Patricelli

fs flip, p- CF3

What do you do when your not skating? When I’m not skating? Being a lazy pile of shit. Sitting around smoking weed, thinking about skateboarding. Last time you had to deal with the cops? It might have been out in Matwana NJ, when I got hit in the head with a board. Fuck, what happened? Just skating this spot and this guy came out yelling, freaking out. So, I tried to get one last go in but my board got away from me, and the dude picked it up. Then I went to reach for it and the dude swung back and hit me in the side of my head with the board. I ended up blacking out for a second, and a bunch of shit happened, and eventually the cops came but we weren’t there. Favorite TV redneck? What’s that little fat girl’s name? Honey Boo Boo? Yea yea Honey Boo Boo I’d have to go with her.


What would I find in your fridge right now? Uh let me see I’m standing right next to it, some mangos, some pizza, waffles, and I don’t know a bunch of rotting stuff. A bunch of stuff I’m not eating. Best skate trip you’ve been on? The last trip I went on, the NJ one to Connecticut was pretty sick. I’d probably go with that one. That was really fun. What’s one of the most hood things, or just sketchiest you’ve seen in Trenton? Two 14 year old kids were trying to fight me and my friend down there one time. We just kept saying we don’t want to fight you, but they kept asking and they were following us around spot to spot. Eventually the cops pulled up and this little black kid gets out of the back of the cop car, and points at the two kids that wanted to fight us. He’s like “yea they’re the ones that maced me in the face” Then the cops come over and search the two kids that were following us and the kids had mace on them and shit. So I’m pretty sure they were gonna mace us but the cops got there.

bs flip, p- Harker

What can we do to improve America’s inner cities? I would say put in a skate park somewhere, at least one. Or… I guess have people hand out free money and shit. You ever had a backyard ramp? Yea I had this really shitty set up in my backyard. It had milk crates that I stole from the Quick Check up the road, and a bunch of planks of wood. It was like this really shitty handrail setup. I had it for like six months. What’s the best trick you ever got on it? I think I accidentally did a kickflip fs salad one time. If you could chose three items to put in a time capsule to be opened in 100 years what would they be? Maybe like a dime bag, some magazine, and some money?

fs board, p- CF3


D.C. For about a decade now, we’ve been coming to a basketball court at 2nd St and Virginia Ave NE in Washington D.C. to escape the sun, snow, rain, park police and more. I could write an entire article just on how this neighborhood has changed since we started skating flat on a basketball court under I-395. The dilapidated projects and crackheads have been replaced with million dollar row homes and families plucked fresh from the suburbs. The first several years (early 00s), we skated what was already there: good flat, a small gap, and a crusty ledge. Once the city decided to put the new baseball stadium a mile away, they pushed the hood as far east as they could, and we started building our own stuff. Nothing that was built in those early years remains today. Most stuff would last a couple weeks and then be smashed to bits by the city, neighborhood psychos, or basketball players. Even the ten foot quarterpipe, which stuck around for several years eventually ended up as a pile of scrap wood, twisted metal, and tears. It was a glorious day when we took down a basketball hoop, backboard and pole to make room for a quarterpipe. I’m happy to report that the bigger ramps there today, and the bank to curb have stuck

around for 2-3 years, and the city even classified the ramps as part of an “art space.” They even turned the lights back on, which we didn’t have for years. Lately, bridge spot has been pretty low-key outside of a homeless couple living under the bridge last year that tried to stab me and a few others. We may have gone from the murder capital to a city with only 78 of em in ‘12, but we still have more than our fair share of whackos. The most recent spot we built is a rip-off of what Pontus Alv and his crew constructed last year under the bridge in Brooklyn. For two weeks in December, a few of us would meet up after work and mix concrete for a couple hours. We started skating it as soon as possible, so there’s still a day or two of work that needs to be done. A lot of people think this stuff is rocket science; it’s not. A few crucial tools and some practice is all it takes. It’s amazing how much you can learn just by watching someone pour concrete or lay brick on Youtube. Just make sure you’re not fucking anything up or getting in the way; if not, you may end up in that pile of rubble –Smalls


Kyle Nicholson interview by Jawn McClane

Favorite thing about Philly? Everything man, just the streets. Everything’s a skateable distance. It’s like a little big city. You can skate from one side of the city to the other on a cruiser board like it ain’t shit, no hills all flat land. What does dropping trees mean? That’s what I do on the weekends. My grandfather’s got a couple acres up in Reading, up on the old mountain. He burns wood for heat so I go up there and drop trees, split shit by hand. My buddy and I go up there and just handle shit. It’s like a second hobby, chopping wood. Favorite spots? Stonecliff, little skatepark in Reading. Banging. It’s right next to a river so you can go skate, drink beer there all day, and then there’s a river right next to it so you can go fish. And then probably just Philly in general, the whole fuckin city I like skatin that shit just ripping the streets. I like it all, as long as you’re on four wheels doing kickflips, it don’t matter where you’re at.

How did you get on Selfish? Brain Wenning actually hooked it up. Right when they were starting out he was on that shit, he just hit me up one day said he had some shit going down with Jereme Rogers, Selfish, and I said I was down. He hooks it up, He’s always looked out, good mother fucker. What was the Mi Amor tour like? It was tight man I had just come off a two month Axion tour, I saw Jereme at the New York trade show, he said “You wanna go to Spain, we’re going in two weeks?” I was like yea, I’m down. So he just tossed us out there, he had an apartment out there for the month just skated everyday. Got it crackin. What do you think of contests? Have you skated any big one? I don’t really like contests much. It’s cool to go out to them, get to see a lot of people you don’t see much. I’ll admit I’m not big on contests but the biggest one I skated was out on the Dew tour for a little bit that was tight. I just kinda slid in there and then they asked me back for another one out in Utah. It’s tight out on the Dew tours, got fucking catered food, got a medical room where you go in

fs flip p- Billy Cox


5050 p- Luke Darigan

there, say your back hurts, you get free back rubs and shit. It’s banging just kinda live large for a bit, ha but beyond that contests suck, you know. It is what it is, you gotta do it. What’s the best trip you’ve been on? Probably one trip we took with Axion it was cross country we drove from Philly to Cali. The homie Jay Strickland, he lived in Philly for a few months prior and he was moving out there so Plain, the dude that runs Axion, set it up to rent a van and drive us out there. We stopped at a bunch of shops and demos whatnot. It was me, Austin Kanfoush, Jay Strickland, and Mark Brandstetter, and Nelly Mundo the filmer homie. We took a van out there, just slept at rest stops and skate parks and shit the whole way. It was tight real low budget trip, sleeping wherever the fuck.

p- Matt McFalls

Favorite place you’ve been to? It’s hard to say... Philly is pretty tight. I like Philly, and I like where I’m from Reading. We got the mountains. Beyond that probably San Francisco they got the hills. Just fuckin bomb hills wherever you’re going, just mash.

Melon, p- Zoli


Leave the bar and next thing you know you’re fuckin going 30 down a hill, nothing beats that shit. I’d say probably San Francisco and maybe Barcelona cause you can drink on the streets out there it’s pretty tight. Were you on the news the other day? Yea we were down there skating Black Diamond fuckin channel 6 news rolls up. Dudes are standing there with the mics, and fuckin big shoulder camera and the dude workin there’s like “yea they’re filming some shit for the 6 o’clock news just go out and do some tricks” So we were in there filming. We had like a 15 man feeble grind on the flat rail, everyone got on that shit, I don’t know if it’s gonna be on there, but there was probably like 6 fools on the rail at one time. What’s it like chililng with Jereme Rogers? It’s tight he’s a... I don’t really know how to put him, he’s one hell of a human being. Excellent mother fucker. A lot of people may hate on him or what he’s done or what he’s doing but if you ever actually chill with the dude he’s fuckin one of the smartest dudes I know, just hang out with him and you learn shit. Every other thing he says is quotable. He knows what he’s doing. One of my favorite human beings. You seen him rap? Oh yea when we were on that trip he’ll bust out in some rhymes like whatever. It’s sick you know, he just does that shit cause that what he likes to do. That’s what he wants to do. Can’t hate on a mother fucker that just doing his thing. Who are some of yr favorite people to skate with? Anybody that’s just trying to shred. Most of the homies I hang out with. I skate with KT, Kevin Taylor all the time he’s fuckin one my favorite skaters. I’m influenced a lot from him. He’s been in the game. He’s been skating since before I was even fuckin born. He’s still doing it still shredding harder than anybody probably

ollie p- J Bo

fs flip p- Xeno

even knows. That fool’s out every fuckin day shredding. But yea, all my homies, Axion squad, homies from back in Reading that don’t really skate as much no more but they’ll come out on the weekends. I like skating with them cause they still got that old mentality about skating before it became what it is today. Were you in the circus? Nah never in the circus but I did some acrobatics from the age of maybe like five to ten, like forward tumbling and shit, back flips. It helped a little to learn how to fall, and really just become more agile but I stopped doing it when I was 10 years old. I can still do all the backflips and shit. Learning how to just slam your body into shit is good especially for skateboarding. What’s up with the benihanas? I love em, just poke that shit out. They just feel good. I like the bennys, a lot of people hate on the benihana but I love it. I back the benihana. Fuckin still do a benny when I’m 50 years old.


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Nate LaCoste, tripple ollies, p- Atwood


Sloan Palder, fs feeble p- CJ Harker


Bro Gumpright, fs grind, p- Collins

bs noseblunt, Julian Heller p- Billy Cox


Nik Stain, bs ollie p- Max Hull


Andrew Bumgarner, no comply p-Richie McCorkle

Kevin Liedtke, bs smith p- Chris McDondald

Ishod, nosegrind p- Billy Cox


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Michael Echeverry, bum kickflip p- TKP

Mike Wojcik, tail drop p- Kyle Oneil

Zane Timpson, tuck knee p- Alex Papke


Matt Marek crailslide p- Collins

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check out these shops Arizona: Cowtown Glendale/ Phoenix/Tempe, Refuge

North Dakota: This skate and snow,

California: FTC, DLX, Circle A, Mission, Cruz, 510, Church of Skatan, Atlas

New Hampshire: Eastern Boarder Nashua, Pioneers, Red Alert, Identity

Connecticut: Skate Lair, Day One, RAW,

New Jersey: NJ Sayreville/ Hoboken/Princeton/New Brunswick, Holmes & co, Underground, Square peg, Pro, Prime, Black Flag shop,

Delaware: Kinetic, Switch D.C: Palace 5

Indiana: Blacklist

New York: KCDC, 2nd Nature, Seasons, Supreme, Shut, Drop In, Labor, Homage, Belief, Common Ground, Max Fish, Krudco, Tre Truck, Underground 2

Louisiana: Humidity

Ohio: Embassy

Massachusetts: Eastern Boarder Worcester/Natick/ Leominster/Danvers, Orchard, Credo, Theory, BLVD, Solstice, RAW,

Pennsylvania: Armory East, Exit, Homebase, Reign, Pretas, Holistic, Exist, One up, Revival, Fairmans, Ambler

Florida: S.P.o.T., MIA Illinois: Uprise

Maryland: Pitcrew, Vu, Skateology

Rhode Island: 7ply, Civil Texas: Apparition

Maine: Backwoods, R E Session

Vermont: Maven, Talent, Plaza skate park

North Carolina: Endless grind, Black sheep, Exodus

Virginia: Venue, Cardinal Washington: 35th North

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