Concrete #115 was released in skateshops across Canada on October 10th. Vernon-to-East Vancouver transplant Corey Klim nabbed his first cover (check out his Supra Distribution video part), and if you didn’t get a chance to grab the print version of the mag, it’s available right here for the same price – FREE. Click the image below and use the simple navigation tools to check it out. While you’re at it, take a look at how far the mag has come since 1990 by visiting our digital archive.
The Concrete commercial promoting Issue 115 is presented by Anti Hero, BLVD Skateshop and C1RCA. It features Cameo Wilson, Nick Moore, Kristian Svitak, Randy Ploesser and Corey Klim // Filmed by Jordan Gibo, Dane Collison and David Ehrenreich // Edited by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Black Smoke Rise” from the album West (2011) by Wooden Shjips (who appear on the Issue 115 “Sound Check” page).
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#115′s content line-up included a 6-pager featuring the Studio Skateboards team (Mike Fyfe, Jai Ball, Darrell Smith, Jean-Mat Vincent, Kyle MacDonald and Joey Larock) in the Maritimes, which includes photography by Geoff Clifford and a video accompaniment shot and cut by Dave Pelletier:
Concrete in conjunction with Ultimate Skateboard Dist. along with 1031, Bones Wheels, Sector 9, Skull Skates, Stereo, The High Five, Think and Toy Machine presented the Pros & Bros Tour of Western Canada during Summer 2011, which landed in the mag as the 10-page headlining feature shot by Rich Odam.
Danny Tumia, Josiah Gatlyn, Randy Ploesser, Caleb Davies, Craig Williams, Skylar Kehr, Cody McEntire and Kristian Svitak all took part, and by clicking the image below you’ll find a grip of exclusive video content (filmed/edited by David Ehrenreich) and much, much more…
Andrew Pommier’s unique illustrations have appeared in numerous magazines, on t-shirts, the bottoms of boards, on Momentum Wheels, in his own book (Things I Don’t Remember – 2004) and even on human skin.
Click below to view his complete Art Blender spread as it appears in Issue 115. And don’t forget to grab your free desktop and iPhone wallpapers featuring the artwork entitled “The Collected Events of a Sunny Afternoon” that Andrew created for the mag.
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