Back again, Skateism Issue 5 is with us and there's as much inside to get your teeth stuck into as ever.
Featuring (deep breath...) skateboarding in Beirut with Aida Mukharesh, an interviews with South Korea's Yuri Lee by Jin Yob Kim, Peruvian skater/builder Leyla Garboza, Skate Like A Girl's (amongst so many other things) Kim Woozy, Ali Drummond (the man behind The Harmony Skateboards and Pushing Myanmar), photographer Norma Ibarra, a piece by 53 year old SkatePal volunteer Josh Sutton, and article on the amazing new film by Sasha Rainbow called Kamali, the Queer skate scene in the American South, a new photo story by huge Palomino favourite Claudio Majorana in Milan, Kagiso Leburu, Mosako Chalashika and the Botswana scene, Nike SB and Skateism in Greece and even more.
134 full colour pages, 27.5 X 21cm.
No one is really doing it like Skateism, each issue somehow continues to get better and better. A brilliant magazine.