When it comes to building a community in skateboarding, we have a lot to learn from the directors of froSkate. Founded by Karlie Thorton, froSkate is a Womyn and POC–centered skate crew based in Chicago. It took less than an hour for me to be fully convinced that Karlie and her Co-Coordinator, L.Brew are the key to the future of skateboarding.
Buying your first setup is a huge milestone in your journey into skating. We put your questions into words to help expand your knowledge of the board.
Here at Quell, we often talk about Liv Collins and her work with Sk8babes, but when putting together an issue about community there was no one who better defined building a safe and uplifting space in skateboarding. We sat down with Liv to really dive deeper into some of the areas in skateboarding she’s most passionate about.
Proper Gnar’s founder, Latosha Stone, uses her artistic point of view bring a fresh and powerful perspective to both skateboarding and the way women of color are depicted in artwork. Read our Issue 006 interview now.
Whether it’s traditional skateboarding or ice skating, Black Girls Skate is full of inspiration. We sat down with DJ Gooden and Nicole Humphrey to learn more.
Injuries in skateboarding are inevitable. Hannah Lee discusses a different approach to curing the mental blocks of healing.
How NYC has influenced fashion designer and founder of Nayf and Wavey style and skating.
A letter from our editor on the new changes to our platform.
2020 is showing us that it is important to have the tough conversations. Rapper, K-May and organization, Consent is Rad are the latest ones to lead the charge.