Monthly interviews with the homies
It’s crazy what can sprout from the smallest of seeds. There are success stories, like an incredible Brighton skate vid chock full of homies, that sprung from just a 10-minute project. And then the less fortunate tales, like leaving the house to do laundry and finding yourself locked out in your pants for half an hour. Both of these have happened to Brainstorm creator Cole Flynn Quirke. It was in the midst of his trouser-less excursion that I arrived to do this interview. After waiting in a nearby coffee shop we eventually made it through Cole’s front door to talk about his expansive list of creative projects, the beginnings of Brainstorm, and why you should never leave the house without a key. (This one also includes a special shout-out to Joe Dyson, who’s currently stuck in hospital with a broken leg – I hope this interview is a decent distraction!) Go to the Journal skate blog now to read all this and more in the latest installment of Journaled with Cole Flynn Quirke of Brainstorm
You know that feeling you get when you stumble across something special? You can’t quite put your finger on it, but when you feel it, you know you’re lucky to have found it. That feeling sums up the work of Dougie George. His skating is a sight to behold, and yet off the board he is still the most humble homie. It’s the special kind of mix you don’t find everyday! I sat down with him to talk about growing up in America, skating mini ramps with Steve Caballero, and much much more.
How do you begin to describe Harrison? A true individual and a force to be reckoned with, he’s certainly a pleasure to watch on a skateboard. We sat down to talk about his time growing up next to the crazy world of the level, money laundering employers, Brainstorms new video, and more…