News Tagged ‘Chris Roberts’

Evan Smith – The Nine Club

Wednesday, October 24th, 2018


It’s always great to hear stories and opinions from our other fellow skateboarders. At first glance I thought that Evan Smith was a bit of a mad head! Well he is, but in our own way but aren’t we all ?! From this the Element pro seems to be a really down to earth dude, embraces the sociability of skateboarding and skateboarders. Click play to hear Evan discussing growing up in Florida, watching his uncle skate in Tampa Am, going on a trip with Listen Skateboards, Jeff Pang hooking him up with DC Shoes, his experimental phase with psychedelics, getting on Element Skateboards, his love for music, filming for the Element “PEACE” video and much more! Buy Element “PEACE”.



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Bill Strobeck – The Nine Club with Chris Roberts

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018



Bill Strobeck, the Supreme lens wielder (in both the brand and literal sense), sits down for a couple of hours of quality skateboarding chat with Chris Roberts, Roger Bagley and Kelly Hart for this week’s instalment of The Nine Club.


Growing up in Syracuse, documenting some of the most iconic tricks to be put down at LOVE Park, filming for Alien Workshop and Habitat, moving to New York, discovering Jake Johnson at Tompkins Square park, nearly getting squished filming Mark Gonzales on roller skates, his masterpiece for Supreme, ‘cherry’, alongside another upcoming full length for the little red box – its safe to say every base is covered.


Marc Mckee – The Nine Club with Chris Roberts

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018



The Nine Club is back for another round of quality skateboard spiel, this time with one of skateboarding’s most prolific artists, Marc McKee.


McKee’s lengthy career took off with the same trajectory as World Industries after he was pulled into Steve Rocco’s camp in the 1990s. Over the following years McKee produced some of what are now considered the most iconic skateboard graphics of all time including Natas Kaupas’ 101 ‘Satan’ and ‘Boom’ boards, the ‘Fucked Up Blind Kids’ series and the renowned World Industries ‘Wet Willy’ and ‘Flame Boy’ mascots.


Of course, McKee’s quiver of controversial artwork is discussed in the latest installment of The Nine Club alongside growing up in Marin County, studying art at UCLA, cease and desist letters and much more.


Get watching or listening to ease yourself through the back to work blues!