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Roll Zine Issue 9

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Rollzine Issue 9

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Rollzine Issue 9
Up: Danny Malm.

Rollzine Issue 8

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

The eigth issue of Roll Zine features editorials on industry standards, competition judging, a review of vert video High Rollaz,Thursday Night Skate Oakland, a spotlight feature on the Salt Lake City scene, a Mountain Goats music feature, and a Bay Area montage.



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Rollzine Issue 7

Thursday, March 25th, 2010


The seventh issue of Roll Zine features a main profile on Dario Soller, Winterclash Photo Essay, Sam Cooper Photo Folio, Smashing Pumpkins Music Feature, Sol LeWitt Fine Arts Perspective, and more.



Rollzine Issue 06

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010


Thanks Brandon Ballog.

Rollzine Issue 5, featuring Soichiro Kanashima

Saturday, August 15th, 2009


Roll Zine Issue.05 features:

– The lasting impact of Mindgame
– Apple RIP SF review
– Hybrid Skating w/ Rollerblade
– Donate to the Community
– Soichiro Kanishima Profile

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Roll Zine Issue.04

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Roll Zine Issue.04

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The fourth installment of Roll Zine features a main profile on Jason Greendyk, a mini-view on Thomas McGovern, Video reviews, East Coast Perspective, and editorial on Constructive Criticism in Rollerblading.

Download: issue.04.low.pdf (27 mb). Thanks Brandon Ballog.

Roll Zine Issue.03

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

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Roll Zine 03 is out:

Featuring: Tommy Boy (John Stevenson), David Tran, Aarin Gates, We Are Valo 3 review, Ohio: Re-visited, and more.

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Roll Zine: Issue.02

Wednesday, August 27th, 2008

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quoting a mail from Brandon Ballog:

Roll Zine is an open-forum publication that originated as my graphic design thesis project at Ohio University in the Spring of 2007.

The goals were to make not only an informative and trick guide site (see the why / manifest / how / execute sections) — but to make an expressive zine of the people I skated with.

Once I completed the first issue, I moved to Berkeley, CA and have expanded the project tremendously.

I have just completed and launched an online version of a second issue featuring Kevin Yee, Jon Lee, Bay Area Tuesday Night Skate, and video reviews. Printed copies will be available upon request.

I want to encourage people to see the artistic possibilities of merging skating, experimental design, and open contributions.

Read the issue 2 of Roll Zine.

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– Kevin Yee profile
– Jon Lee proflie
– Tuesday Night Skate
– Clip 4 and Apple Fell Over the Lake Reviews

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