Posted Sept. 2, 2013
September is finally here and it's snowboard premiere season! Vans is celebrating with the New York City stop of the Videograss "The Last Ones" World Tour. Plus, we invited the Canadian "Deja Vu" crew to come along. Please join us on Saturday September 7th, 2013 at Tammany Hall in NYC's Lower East Side from 8-11pm. There is FREE BEER from 8-9pm and music by Max Klaw, so come early and get the party started. Vans Presents: Video Premiere ...
Posted July 26, 2013
Words and photos by Aaron Blatt. Last night, a packed house ushered in the newest chapter of Videograss in the Hollywood theater of Portland, OR. After a short intro by a stacked assembly of the VG crew, the curtains opened on “The Last Ones” and the crowd was witness to some of the heaviest parts seen to date. All the riders put together some insane shots, with a large helping of “never-been-dones” scattered throughout the film. Bryan Fox stood out ...
Posted July 22, 2013
Darrell Mathes and Zac Marben were up on Mt. Hood last week for the Videograss Signature Session at High Cascade Snowboard Camp. Darrell grabbed some sick shots of Marben gettin' some summertime shredding in and sent them our way. Check out the photos here and for more go to highcascade.com.
Posted July 15, 2013
Darrell Mathes has developed tremendous skill and a strong passion for photography as a product of his profession and travel surroundings. The Portland, Oregon based Mathes is known as a very talented and uniquely stylish individual amongst the inner circle of his professional snowboard peers. The combination of his travels, access to some great personalities, and the photographic allure of the Pacific Northwest along with a keen eye allow Darrell to transcend his style-icon notoriety into the photographic realm. Never ...
Posted May 20, 2013
Darrell Mathes brings us another look inside the filming of the new Videograss movie, "The Last Ones" with a bunch of shots of Zac Marben and Danimals shooting in Minnesota. Darrell's shots are usually more of the behind the scenes type stuff, always artistic and interesting, but he managed to sneak in an action shot or two in there as well. Check out his blog over at howlsupply.com for the pics.
Posted March 28, 2013
Zac Marben getting upside down. Photo: Darrell Mathes. Looks like the Videograss dudes have traded the mean streets of Minnesota for the high alpine of the Whistler backcountry. Darrell Mathes and Zac Marben have fired up the sleds and moved from handrails to big hits, building booters and shredding Whistler's endless backcountry terrain, proving their worth as well rounded riders. Check out more some photos that Darrell shot from one of the first missions on howlsupply.com.
Posted March 9, 2013
Words and photos: Larry Nuñez Every snowboarder loves the local mountain. It’s a place that’s hopefully not too far away where you can easily go to forget your troubles and escape for a day. Somewhere comfortable and familiar – somewhere that feels like home. For anyone that lives in Portland, Oregon, Mt. Hood Meadows is that kind of mountain. A short, 60-mile drive from Portland on Highway 26, Mt. Hood Meadows has been satisfying the city’s powder jones ...
Posted March 4, 2013
Darrell Mathes linked up with Sony for the new "Love to Give" Action Cam. Check out the video as Darrell explains his love for shredding and the possibilites with Sony's latest camera. Directed by Andrew Zuchero Greencard Pictures / Condé Nast
Posted March 2, 2013
Darrell Mathes and the Videograss crew have been hard at work in Europe the last couple weeks getting after some serious urban shredding. Danny Larsen, Jordan Mendenhall, Joe Sexton and Darrell are terrorizing the streets of Olso and stacking footy for the new Videograss movie, "The Last Ones". In the meantime, you can check out some photos that Darrell shot from Day 3 and Day 4 over on howlsupply.com.
Posted Feb. 12, 2013
This is a special year for Videograss! We have combined last year's riders and put our focus into what we believe to be one of the best crews ever assembled. This crew and our sponsors stand as the last of few that still know what is best for snowboarding. The Last Ones represents anyone who puts their hearts and souls into an annual project and strives to keep this key part of our culture alive. DONT GIVE IN! MAKE ...