Legend has it that skateboarding was born sometime in the mid 1940s when some inventive Californian teenagers tried to figure out a way to surf when the waves weren’t big enough.
Posts Tagged: Magazines
Chloe Sevigny, 1992
Before receiving the coveted ‘It Girl’ title, Chloe Sevigny was just another kid ditching school, taking the train into Manhattan to hang out in Washington Square Park.
Shocking Pink was a feminist zine put out by a collective of young women in London.
Seventeen Art Stars
In the 1950s and 60s, Seventeen magazine was staffed by some (not yet) superstar graphic talent including Ad Reinhart, Andy Warhol, Roger Weaver, and Sol Lewitt — who drew the illustration pictured above for the magazine in 1957.
The Conservative Teen
The Conservative Teen is a magazine that seems at first glance like a snarky spoof by liberal comedians, but is actually a 100% serious publication run by mostly middle-aged dudes.
Take a peak inside the one-and-only L.A. teenage groupie scene magazine—Star.
Kate Moss, 15
In 1990 The Face magazine commissioned young photographer Corinne Day for a fashion shoot.
In February 1995, Ebony magazine ran an article on Teen Sensations.
I recently wrote an article for the incredible film magazine Little Joe about the pre-history of gay teenagers on television.
Teen Angels Magazine
Teen Angels magazine: “The voice of the varrio since 1979″.