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EPIC Phelper ink by @khailtattooer of @youngbloodstattoo in OZ ✍🏽

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Great skateboarder. Greater human being. We love you, Ben. Rest easy ❀️

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Pablo Ramirez was a beautiful spirit, overflowing with love and unyielding energy. It’s impossible to articulate the passion he brought to every waking moment, every session with the homies. A burning fire in our skateboarding community has dimmed. This is heartbreaking πŸ’”

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June 2019 πŸ–€ Issue #467 πŸ–€ 250 pages πŸ–€ Dedicated to Jake πŸ‘“ Available at skateshops and newsstands and your mailbox πŸ“¬ Thank you to all the friends and family and everyone else who helped make this issue happen

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Jake Phelps was 100% skateboarder, but that label sells him way too short, because beyond his enormous influence in our world, he was truly an individual beyond this world. When loved ones pass we sometimes mythologize about their full lives rich in friendships and experiences. Sometimes we need to talk ourselves into believing it all. It makes us feel better, and helps us cope with the loss. Well, in the case of Jake, the task becomes wrapping your head around just how many lives one person could possibly live. He really did see it all, do it all, and that incredible brain of his could relish every last detail. But most of you reading this now identified primarily with Jake Phelps the skateboarder, and editor of our magazine, so I will leave you with this truth - I never met anybody who loves anything more than Jake worshipped skateboarding. Just as we need food and water to survive, Jake needed skateboarding to keep his blood pumping. It was more than a hobby or form of transportation or way of life - it was his oxygen. Here’s another thing. Jake never bailed. Jake fucking slammed. And there is a big difference. He only knew commitment. He was going to go for it without hesitation, and there were only two outcomes. Either you’d see his triumphant fist pumping in the air or it’d be an earth-shaking collision with the concrete. I remember him telling me once that he never fell backwards, he always fell forward. Leaning back meant there was hesitation, and Jake was all the way IN. There was no myth. The man was the myth. We love you, Jake. -Tony Vitello

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If you know our history this will make more sense βœ¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡·βœ¨ Limited quantities shipping to skateshops now.

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We out here @66_6th 🌁

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First cover surprise @enwhytj πŸ”₯πŸ“–πŸ”₯ Filmed by @williamstrobeck

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First Thrasher Cover βœ… Jan 2019 @enwhytj

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MONDAY 10/29/18 @gx1000 *ROLL UP* 🌁 Poster art by @colintaniguchi