- Condition: New
- Language: English
- 88 Pages
- 20.96cm x 27.31cm (8.25" x 10.75")
- Published in New York
- Frequency: Quarterly
The growing establishment of Pro and Amature female skaters are creating new space for themselves. Sky Brown may only be 10-years-old, but the pint-sized skateboarder, dancer and surfer has ambitions beyond her tender years. It’s her outlook on the world that makes you think change (in all aspects of the word) is possible. We also have exclusive interviews with Bryce Wettstein, Keet Oldenbeuving, Rayssa Leal and Lore Bruggeman who are an example of just a few of the girls in the issue that have a passion which fuels inspiring thought into where skateboarding might be heading—and they seem to be the most in touch with it’s progressive ethos. We also chat with Andrea Benitez who has already changed skateboarding in Spain for the better. Needless to say the Global Female Skateboarding Community continues to present us with talented and thoughtful individuals who care about progression being positive and all-inclusive—Skateboarding will be so much better for that.
OH-SO magazine was founded after my daughter took an interest in skateboarding this past summer. We started with the board—we went to a store and looked for something that appealed to her—we both noticed that it was a male dominated selection. She asked me why she couldn’t find something she liked...so began the search to help her find something she could identify with while she immersed herself in the brief history of female skateboarding. Ultimately, this led to the development and production of OH-SO, a magazine that celebrates the global female skateboarding scene. We’ve reached out to many talented individuals, looking to contribute and collaborate along the way, and we will continue to do so to document this journey.