Preview: Case Issue 5

Our designer Louis was screen printing some of his personal work and decided to see how the cover image looked. We were all into how it turned out so quite literally thought ‘fuck it’ We’ll run a screen printed front cover.

Netley sent through a preview of the next Case mag, which is out this weekend in the UK, and mid next week here in the states. Our boy Ardelean gets some love in this one…nice!

There is also a flyer for a jam they are putting on in Leeds.

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Mark Noble worked on this one for quite some time with Stew and it turned out great. All designed in black and white, just like the video and filled with amazing photography and some great words from Mark and Stew.

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Build the woods.

Richard Homer ran a photo competition on his trail based website; build the woods. We decided to run the winning image in the new issue and decided to interview Rich about the site at the same time.

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Brian yeagle worked behind the lens and photographed his riding/digging buddies doing what they do best. The end result of 6 pages of beautiful photographs and 5 random stores about Hazelwood trails.

Mark Vos.

I flew to Amsterdam to work with Mark Vos on a full interview for the mag. Mark kills it. Nuff said.

8 responses to “Preview: Case Issue 5”

  1. nick says:

    I’m assuming not all are screen printed, but either way, cheers to doing something different on a bmx magazine cover.

  2. matt says:

    that looks awesome

  3. Mike Netley says:

    The cover is a scan of the screen print.
    We are actually going to print 10 actually screen prints which will be available to buy as very rare one offs

  4. nick says:

    Awesome. Great idea. The mag keeps looking better and better!

  5. joram says:

    the world needs more mark vos coverage!
    that dude shreds and has an amazing attitude!

  6. LandonP says:

    Cool cover, kind of a 2 channel overlay 3D look

  7. C. Doyle says:

    Hazelwood, son! What?!

  8. Yvonne says:

    Investors do pay direct and oblique prices.