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Michael Cohen


08 January 2010, 20.59 | Posted in Graffiti, art, skateboard | No comments »

Opening the SHUT Shop this morning to find the super using this product to remove one of my frends tags. I bet you that EX NYC mayor Giuliano had something to do with this Craze! Or better yet some bitter shitty graffiti artist. Just like the skater who invented “anti-skate”. Who are these dicks!

I am surounded by talented people.

08 January 2010, 07.30 | Posted in art | No comments »

I met Sean Occonor 6 years ago while working Concierge at the Hudson Hotel in NYC. I have always been impressed with his art skills and creative mind. I went to check out Sean at his first Solo art show at Life Cafe 983 in Bushwick Brooklyn yesterday. I am most familiar with Sean’s work on 20 foot murals in his loft and friends apartments. But this show had some smaller and more detailed pieces. Be sure to check out his art show till Feb 6th.
Nice work Sean!
Self Portrait

Thanks for the Support Mr. Kirk

08 January 2010, 06.20 | Posted in Snowboard | 1 comment »

Stratton Mountain Shcool Coach Ian Kirk and 2006 Olympic Gold Medalist Hannah Teter await judges score at Grand Prix’s. Nice SHUT tee Ian!

Skiers Hit Snowboarders More Often

02 January 2010, 00.29 | Posted in Snowboard | No comments »

I found this one on Boardistan.com last year. I have been telling people about this for the last 20 Years! Cant tell you how many arguments that I have endured with asshole skiers on this very topic. I will keep you posted if I find any more reports on this one.

Happy New Years and Wish all the Best to my fellow Columnists.
By The Editors December 23rd, 2009.
Snow injury specialist Jasper Shealy, professor emeritus of industrial and systems engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology says skiers run into snowboarders more often than the other way around according to a post on a New York Times blog.
“Most people think that snowboarders whack into skiers,” Mr. Shealy says. “But it’s completely the other way around,” a phenomenon related to how each group falls. “Snowboarders stop abruptly,” Shealy says, their boards biting into the snow. “Skiers slide,” he says, often into a downed snowboarder.
Yes. We can stop and even turn. . .

Read more: http://www.boardistan.com/?paged=3#ixzz0bOosUTJl