A few months ago Team SAF was able to scrounge up enough money to make the trip overseas. The older architecture offered plenty of alternative transitions and bumps for the entire crew.
DIG BMX as you have come to know it is changing. How? Well, after 21 years the actual print magazine has ceased to exist and all energy is being redirected online. This new direction may or may not come as a surprise these days, but it is surely a welcome change.
I have always been a huge fan of DIG and I’ve got my fingers crossed that they can continue doing what they do in digital form. With that said, there is a new site and new staff in place to tackle such changes. As always, I threw Will Smyth (DIG’s editor) some questions about it all. Continue reading and stay tuned to DIG BMX.
I just so happened to be out of town each and every day these guys were in Chicago last month, so I’ve been eagerly anticipating seeing what happened while this crew was in town. As expected, the crew laid waste to a lot of staple Chicago spots and it looks like the Let’s Roast Cycles shop stop was a good time (with some gross rock, paper, scissors action happening out front). Press play and see the action above!
This is my graduate project in ‘Graphic Design’ at the HIT college in Israel.
My thesis is that nothing is original, therefore, none of the materials presented in the project were made by me.
All of the 469 photos used in this video were taken out of Google’s image bank.
Here’s a look at some new Cement Face softgoods that Eben Fischer sent through.
For those of you who are not familiar with Cement Face, it’s a brand that Morgan Long, Cody Campbell, and Eben created. The main emphasis is hand crafted quality goods rooted in BMX. Eben hand draws and colors all the designs that are then screen printed on tees and Cody cuts and sews all the wallets from scratch.
Check the flipbook then visit the Cement Face site.
BK with a nollie to switch ice on a tight wall/rail set up during the spring time.