A graphic goes through many stages before it ends up on a shirt or hoodie. Typically the design will be modified and refined all along the way until it makes it onto the garment in its final, most polished form. Arlo walks you through the process of getting a design finalised on his blog site.

Company Profile: Kaltik Hardware

Kaltik has been going strong for many years now with the UK and Ireland being its main markets. As of recent, Kaltik created a lot of buzz within the community by releasing their latest product the "Stealth Flat Frames", a frame with an uniquely shaped h-block to allow for a new experience in flat skating. Be-Mag sat down with company owner Conor Manweiler to discuss his approach with Kaltik, his views on the industry, product developement as well as Kaltiks new flat frames that have just hit the shops.

Hohohoes Contest: Full Report + Pics

HoHoHoes is the diamond in the rough of American skate contests. The exclusivity brought in professional skaters like Mark Wodja, Michael Braud, Dre Powell and Montre Livingston to name a few. There were southern legends who have not attended an event in years, like Josh Amacher, Garret Slobey etc. Large groups of skaters from 8+ states flew or drove to Atlanta in order to be in attendance... Click on the article to view all the pics and to find out more about what was going in Atlanta!

5 for Jojo Jacobi: Winterclash Interview & Edit

Winterclash 2010 is coming up fast. Those of you that have a ticket will most likely count the days. Jojo had some important meetings in Eindhoven last week and we met up with him at this year's venue to ask him a few questions about the Winterclash 2011. Bart Laubsch from Berlin accompanied Jojo on his short trip to Eindhoven and filmed him flowing through the venue. Jojo's good friend and Rollerblade Pro Sven Boekhorst also showed up to join the session. Enjoy!

Mathieu Ledoux – Exclusive Interview

Besides a few phone calls as of recent, Mathieu Ledoux was much the same to me as many of you out there. A fresh face, with mind boggling new maneuvers. One difference is I in fact had been following Mathieu's skating for a couple of years now. Not knowing anything of him personally. I viewed each section as a fan, and looked forward to the next.

Camp Woodward Hans Geiger Backup

A few weeks ago word got out on the internet that Camp Woodward was planning a substitute over in Europe. This info wasn't meant to be released to the general public at this point in time and the information disappeared as quickly as it had emerged. This resulted in a huge confusion amongst extreme sports enthusiasts of all flavors all over Europe, if not the world. Will there be a Woodward in Europe in the near future? Where will it be? And most importantly: when will it open its doors? Read this interview with Hans Geiger, the person that instigated it all. Get ready to get the lowdown about the current state of Camp Woodward Europe. Exlusively on Be-Mag.

Soul Skater – Trailer 2

21Lifestyles is currently in the process of producing a movie on the history of rolling in Europe. The movie will highlight progression,...

Jeremy Suarez Interview

Jeremy Suarez is a Belgium hero, he is warm and caring, always smiling and joking around…he is a proper entertainer and a significant part of the Forward Freestyle Family. When it comes to skating, he’s the kind of skater that clearly does it with the love. Creative and powerful, you can see him blast a park course with the craziest lines and you’ll never know what to expect next, but you can be certain that it will be insane. Switch and natural is out of the picture for him and his progress is constant. He is an amazing skater to watch and if you ever skate with him, you know you’re going to have a good time.

- Jeremy Kesler

Issue 36 – Making of the Covershot at Winterclash 2010

Hi Be-maggers, we are Tim and Alex from The World Organisation (www.theworldorganisation.de) and we made the cover for this issue. For the stunt we managed to book german supermodel Ben Harmanus. After years of building and painting the Be-Mag booth at Winterclash it was obvious that we had to come up with something special now that the Winterclash had found it’s way to Berlin, our hometown.

John Sullivan: One Minute One Spot

Brian Moore, producer of the upcoming film "The City Never Sleeps", brings back some great talents to your screen. In his new film John Sullivan will get his own profile. For a taste of his profile Brian filmed an exclusive One Minute One Spot with John. Even though you may have not seen a lot from John in the past couple months, there is no denying that John knows how to entertain his audience - especially in the light of this exclusive One Minute One Spot. This is truly One Spot killed by One Man in One Minute.

Mirek Ragan (Hedonskate founder and owner) in the focus

1996/99 – The peek of rollerblading popularity in Poland. Without cellphones, internet and the Be-Mag messageboard, every rail in the city was occupied by random group of bladers, who were just class mates or friends from the hood. Local TV stations broadcasted various rollerblading footage and when you wanted to know what's up with the industry you could just picked up a magazine from a newstand - polish ones as well as foreign ones like Daily Bread or Box.

The Streets Payback Trailer

I don't know what it is with Switzerland but this small country in the middle of the Alps keeps on producing so of the finest European skaters and boosts a healthy skatescene. This trailer is proof of the ongoing process.

Making of the Game Theory: Interview with Brazilionaire

It has now been well over a year and a half of filming for the new Razor video, Game Theory. Over this time period we have literally traveled around the world with some of the best skaters on the planet making what I know will be an epic skate video. Love them or hate them the Razors team is composed of some of the hardest workers and the most unique individuals I’ve ever met, which is why I believe the team is so complete. Everyone has their own style, outlook on life, and a certain way they like to skate but when we all come together everyone is able to connect. What this does is allows everyone to learn from each other and obviously skate better. With the video deadline approaching everyone is anxiously anticipating the release of the video and even though the amount of tricks everyone needs has been met, the whole team is still motivated to go out and skate everyday in hopes of making their section even stronger. Personally, I’ve never spent so long filming for a video and I think that will be shown through the video with such a wide array of tricks, scenery, and style. I’m so happy to be part of this project and I think the video will be something that we can all be proud of.

Sean Agoliati Remz flowfile

My name is Sean Agoliati. I'm originally for Poughkeepsie, New York, but I have been living in Manhattan for the past two years. I'm 24 years old and I have been skating for about 8 years. My biggest influences that have impacted my skating are my friends who don't skate, my parents, Tri-State Skate and Greg Keiffer, and of course Remz.

Dustin Werbeski interview

Half way through the 7th grade, a new kid arrived at my school in a town of about 1300 people. For what ever reason I can't recall, I took it upon...