DogDays Magazine – Year Book 2022 COLLECTOR’S Edition! Limited and hand numbered to 50 boxes. Including the latest issue, a t-shirt with screen print, a must-have DogDays door hanger to let your room mates and mom know you’re out skating! Including new holographic sticker and postcards with some rad illustrations by @anndrawsthings.
Tee: sage green oversized shirt (not too long, not to short), dark orange screen print, fair trade organic cotton, vegan. Please check size chart.
The DogDays Magazine year book is a high-quality print product, full magazine size, printed by a local printer here in Germany. All items of the collector’s edition are designed by us and local roller skaters who we support, the shirts are screen printed locally and each box is put together with love. We hope you like to support this idea too.
For the latest issue we met Moxi creator Michelle Steilen in Barcelona to talk about the future of the company and how they plan to put it on financially solid ground. Katie Baird shows us her backyard which happens to be the largest open skatepark in the US. And Alyssa Brooks reflects on the trend for baranis, cartwheels and the greater question whether to flip or not to flip is the only sh*t to do at the skatepark?!
We talked to Courtney Shove about her fight for body positivity and how she manages not to get caught up by the negative sides of social media. We explore on the DIY skate spot culture of Barcelona and CIB rider Nica Umeda takes us to Hawaii to a very special community project.
A story that goes deep is the one of German roller skate icon Holger Sander. Beule, as his friends all over the globe call him, is an inventive roller skater, skateboarder, surfer and sailor, an adventurer who in 2010 appeared to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Convicted and jailed for 30 years in Australia for a crime which none of his numerous friends believe he is guilty of.
Of course, we dug deep again to bring you some roller-skating history from the South Bank in London to the first steps in Bulgaria when skating behind the iron curtain was something only very few people were able to do.
And if that’s not enough, be prepared for some wonderful art by Lady Trample, Faustine Tarmasz, Anna Roschker and Jessika Savage and many amazing photographers who make all these skaters look good.
Photographers & Illustrators
Jessie James @dammit_jessie, Ragnaroll @_ragnaroll, Anna Roschker @anndrawsthings, Brett Rosiejka @brettrosiejka, Jessika Savage @jessikatastrophie, Bernhard Scheffold adinfinitum.de, Lady Trample @ladytrample, Jonas Vietense @jonasvietense, Lenny Gilmore @lennygilmore, Lee Yau @quadsk8dad
Alyssa Brooks @iguessimalyssa, Lucy Edwards @luceay, Marta Popowska @octopolly, Nica Umeda @nica.plays
Katie Baird @bambibloodlust, Cece @skatefantacee, George “Gogo” Jotzov, Len Laird @whole_lotta_len, Mary LaRoche @marypopwheels, Jeneva Martinez @dramamama_skates,, Holger Sander, Courtney Shove @fat_girl_has_moxi, Michelle Steilen @estrojen, Tracy Ugai @xoxobanzai, Lee Yau @quadsk8dad and more