Dylan's Blog — February 2010 Archive Blogger Profile
A photographer, writer, skateboarder, motorcycle rider, beard grower, whiskey drinker, baby haver, storyteller, thing collector, dark apartment dweller, good book reader, tea drinker, i-chatter, friend hugger, vinyl record listener, well brewed coffee appreciator, auto trader, bargain hunter, fearless expedition leader, a lover and most certainly not a fighter. Dylan Doubt is the photo editor and a driving force for Color Magazine.
i was in san diego a while back shooting with cover boy keegan sauder, and on my last day, we got up early and caught some tasty waves. by "we" i mean "he", by "tasty" i mean "flat", and by "waves" i mean "one". epic morning none the less. it's amazing to me that you can wake up, grab a surfboard, walk to the beach, catch a wave, and then walk to the coffee shop. there are some good aspects to southern california after all. oh, and by "coffee shop" i mean the pannikin in encinitas, where keegan once spotted the birdman ordering a latte!
he sees his line...
i just heard that nathan matthews passed away, and that my friends is a fucking bummer. i only met him once briefly a few years back, but he was one of those dudes that you just feel good about meeting. he was a great photographer, designer and human being. i was always trying to get him more involved with the magazine, mostly because he seemed like the kind of person that you want to have around. brother, i never really knew you, but you will be missed. i hope all is good, wherever you are.
a memorial will take place Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010 at 1:00 pm, reception to follow, at Hamilton Harrron Funeral Home, 5390 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC.
photo by Nick Walter
well, my ears still have a deafening ring, i got bottled, kicked in the head and showered with beer, but goddamn if this man wasn't born to play a guitar...
yes! vol.2 of organica's reggae mix tape available now!
it ain't sizzla, but good none the less...
click on the image for a straight download!!!!!
Color’s editor-in-chief, Sandro Grison caught up with Ryan Smith to rap about the classic skateboard graphic aesthetics of artists like Marc McKee, VCJ and Jim Phillps who are honored in a piece by Aye Jay, due to release March 1. This excerpt was recorded walking Crossroads trade show which is on right now in San Diego.
Listen for a brief Antwuan encounter at the end there... Ryan’s message for the kids? “Get your face tatted”.
i just got a note from last issue's cover boy, mr. john rattray asking for a little help.
read on and see if you can't lend a hand....
Sorry for mass email but the heart of my home town is in danger from the vainglory of an oil baron who is lubricating the local administration with money.
The easiest quickest way to get an idea of what's proposed is to check
There are a multitude of reasons not to destroy the union terrace gardens, by filling them with a carpark and another generic shopping mall covered with a grey concrete concourse. My appeal to you today is to take my word for it and take a second to sign the petition.
Before taking a minute to fill in a couple of boxes on the public consultation survey giving heed to the advice described below.
you are my last and only hope,