Randozzi's Blog — April 2012 Archive Blogger Profile
Photographer, writer, skater, art fan, jazz lover and a creepy dude with a beard Isaac McKay-Randozzi is based out of the San Francisco area. Covering things arty, skatey and arty skatey he likes taking photos of everything and going down to L.A. He likes socks, stickers, walks with his daughter and the time between 2 and 6AM.
A good set of cruiser wheels is a hard thing to find. Thank goodness for Prize Fighter and their new bro-model cruiser wheel for Danny Falla. Clocking in at 64mms and 85a durometer means you're going to have a smooth ride.
NYC based Japanther release this new video with stop-motion animation by multi-skilled Amber B. Dianda and edited by her husband and equally talented Kirk Dianda. Painstakingly done by hand, "it took over 2000 frames to create the music video."
Mat O'Brien and Dan Wolfe on 14th St., S.F. 2004.
A few months ago my external back-up drive took the shit of all shits and died. Good-bye 12+ years everything I had ever created that was worth saving. Recently I began going through old boxes and re-scanning prints and old Polaroids like the above. A walk down memory lane when all I shot with was a Polaroid Land Camera 440.
I used to work at law firms with great views of downtown S.F. Winter rains made for interesting perspectives.
S.F. resident Evan Kinori has been skating the hills and streets of the city for more than a few years now. Without seeking the spotlight he's had footage in a variety of homie and friend sections, including a couple of Magenta's edits. Now he's been added to NYC's Prize Fighter Cutlery wheel co.
Past COLOR contributor, Allister Lee recently did artist edition decks for the Atlas Skate Shop in San Mateo, CA. The boards are a continuation of his marker poster that was released last year to a great response from the public. On his last visit he was kind enough to give me one of the decks via Yong-Ki Chang of Solitary Arts/Equal Distribution.
The Magenta crew in Paris having some fun skating the city with friends. If you're looking for stairs and "hammers" don't look here. This is just about fun skating with friends. Go have some fun this weekend!
This past Saturday I was part of a group photo show on my old block in S.F., at Paul Urich's space on 14th st. The above photo is of the gate on my old house with a model ship put there by Porous Walker over 8 years ago.
Coming soon from Roger Skateboards, their first full length video extrava-something that may be called "Chill Out Dickwad". For up-to-date information consult the Roger website and check out Sieben's Vice Blog.
To my SPB brethren the world over, happy Easter creeps. Roll one the size of a baby's arm.