French Interview

November 28, 2012

Native Skate Shop in the UK just posted a great little interview with Broadcast ambassador and art contributor French. Check it out here.

Gareth Stehr in “Disciplines” by Generic Surplus

September 19, 2012

Obey and Generic Surplus teamed up on this short film about some of the unique individuals who possess the multi-disciplinary itch. Featuring Broadcast man Gareth Stehr.

Brian Lotti Interview & Art Feature

July 26, 2012

Lotti’s been busy! He was recently featured in 7Capas Magazine and just completed this little collaboration with Lucky Brand. Enjoy…

No Equal: Gareth Stehr For Chapter

May 18, 2012

The gents at Chapter Clothing filmed & edited this little video of Broadcast pro Gareth Stehr exhibiting one of his many talents while creating an original piece of art for Chapter Headquarters. Enjoy.

Gareth Stehr Profile At The Bowery

December 27, 2011

Gareth has been gettin’ down! This time he is the subject of the latest Artist Profile at Now you know.

Rammellzee’s The RAMM:ELL:ZEE at MOCA

June 23, 2011

If you live in Southern California and haven’t made it to the “Art In The Streets” exhibit at Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, you’re seriously blowing it. Despite some negative criticism that exists about the show, it is a very rare chance to view so many great artists under one roof. Since it’s easy to get your fill on the abundant graffiti revelations within the show, we want to share what we feel was one of the most mind-blowing installations at the exhibit: the Rammellzee room. Check the video here. Thanks to some sort of generous concession from Banksy’s patrons, you can visit the exhibit without an entry fee on Mondays. Free Mondays at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA will be every Monday through August 8th, 2011.

Documentation: John Cardiel

August 11, 2010

“Nearly 15 years ago I came across a photo of Cards in the magazine (I think it was Thrasher, but I could be wrong) where he was holding this mourning dove and had a big grin in typical Cardiel style. It was awesome and really stuck out to me so I tried to redraw it back when I was first learning to draw portraits. John Cardiel was one of my favorite skaters then, and he still is today. It’s obvious that this rendition was from my sloppy memory… and for some reason I took the liberty of adding braces to his already well-arranged grill. Maybe I had braces at the time? I’m kind of embarrassed at how I drew him and that I don’t even remember who took the photo but I still think it’s kind of cool.” — Kelly D. Williams

Maybe I had braces when I drew this (more…)

Hellmets: Gareth Stehr and Hippy Killer for Loser Machine

February 12, 2010

Gareth Stehr posted this over on his blog, and I’m definitely digging some of the brain buckets that Loser Machine is offering. Kutty put his special touch on the Hippy Killer Garage helmet, and Gareth has done did it right with the PBR lid.  Source: Loser Machine