Tagged: 2012

covers – the skateboard mag, july 2012

Photo: The Skateboard Mag Cover – July 2012
Atiba Jefferson

Skater: Bryan Herman
Trick: Hardflip
Spot: Huntington Drive Elementary
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: Baker, “Bake And Destroy” (2012)
Beagle

Additional Notes:
skately.com – Huntington Drive Elementary

trickReport.com – covers: The Skateboard Mag, July 2012

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covers – transworld, november 2012

covers – transworld, june 2012

covers – transworld, august 2012

covers – transworld, february 2012

Photo: Transworld Cover – February 2012
Seu Trinh

Skater: Neen Williams
Trick: Heelflip
Spot: 20th & C Rock Gap
Manhattan, New York City, New York
United States

Footage: Supra, “NYC Magic: Supra In The City” (2012)
Chris Thiessen

Additional Notes:
Transworld – In This Issue – February 2012
Transworld – Hot Off The Press – February 2012
Transworld – Behind The Cover: Neen Williams
Quartersnacks – 20th & C

Seu Trinh on the trick, from Transworld’s “Our Favorite 2012 Covers & The Stories Behind Them” (2012):
“This photo was from a Supra NYC trip that I went on. The tour was amazing with the funniest memories of skating, partying and hanging out with the team. Everyone got along on the 3week trip without any problems and got tons of great footage and photos. It’s rare that a trip goes so smoothly without any kinks (a fight, someone flying home early or a moment were someone cries) NYC is my second most favorite city in the U.S. besides Los Angeles, California. I mentioned to Neen that if he ever gets a pro shoe for Supra he should use this silhouette of the heelflip as his icon like Michael Jordan’s slam dunk icon. Neen foot is fully kicked out as if he’s doing a karate kick. He does heel flips like no other and I think he looks picture perfect in the image.”

covers – transworld, september 2012

covers – transworld, july 2012

@transworldskate cover – july 2012 photo: @oliverbarton . footage: @elementbrand, “future nature” (2012) filmers: @rickithedude + @mikemanzoori . skater: @nick_garcia . trick: backside hurricane . spot: henderson ditch las vegas, nevada united states . . additional notes (swipe to view): … @nick_garcia talks about making quick work of a hurricane at the henderson ditch for the july 2012 cover of transworld. . from @transworldskate, “behind the cover: nick garcia” (2012) … . . . #transworld #july2012 #nickgarcia #oliverbarton #rickibedenbaugh #mikemanzoori #element #futurenature #hurricane #hendersonditch #lasvegas #nevada #skateboarding #skate #photo #skatevideo #skatemag #behindthecover #trickreport #photovsfootage

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Photo: Transworld Cover – July 2012
Oliver Barton

Skater: Nick Garcia
Trick: Backside Hurricane
Spot: Henderson Ditch
Las Vegas, Nevada
United States

Footage: Element, “Future Nature” (2012)
Ricki Bedenbaugh + Mike Manzoori

Additional Notes:
Transworld – In This Issue – July 2012
Transworld – Behind The Cover: Nick Garcia
skately – Henderson Ditch

Oliver Barton on the trick, from Transworld’s “Our Favorite 2012 Covers & The Stories Behind Them” (2012):
“My favorite cover of 2012 is Nick Garcia’s hurricane in Las Vegas. This monumental slab of concrete dropped in the middle of a downhill ditch has been around for a long time, but few people have really skated it. The first time I saw this spot was in one of my favorite skate photos of all time, a black and white image of Phil Shao ollieing off the deck into the bank shot by Lance Dawes.

It is amazing looking at Lance’s photo and seeing how much the valley in the background has been developed. Most people in the past have skated this spot with bigger softer wheels or a wooden roll in, Nick had the option of both on this day but he chose to roll in on some 52mm Spitfire classics, a fact that might seem a bit irrelevant here but when you’re at the spot you can see it makes all the difference. Of all the issues we put out in a year, it seems that the am issue cover is the most heavily competed for and Nick’s hurricane beat out some heavy contenders, so it was cool for that reason, but it was the cherry on the cake when the Element video Future Nature dropped and not only did Nick have the last part but this was his last trick. I love shooting photos with Nick–his skills on the board are plain for all to see but he’s such an uber human to be around that getting a photo ran of a trick he’s hyped on makes it mean so much more, I can’t wait to go out skating with him again.”