About the mag
This story started many year ago, around 1991, when our ever growing passion for magazines pushed us to “do something” and finally led us to start a project under the name of “Along the way”.
At that time we were too young to make a magazine and computers were far from today’s hi-tech/low price Macs. The only affordable way to make our voice being heard were fanzines…
Days and nights spent gluing and photocopying…
Our passion for magazines and skateboarding pushed us to start shooting photos and contributing to early days skateboard magazines…
Everything came just natural and, even our studies were taking us far away from our “passion”, we kept on following our dreams, giving 100% and realizing many of them.
We have spent the most of our lives pushing our boards and working for magazines.
A few months ago we realized the time for a change had come and so here we are with this new adventure in a world where all the rules seem to be subverted. Now again we feel the need “to do something”.
A new beginning, taking advantage of modern technologies opportunities and trying our best to do something good.
We love good news.
Davide Biondani is a photographer from Italy, he started skating in 1988 and shooting skateboarding around 1993 when he started contributing to “XXX skateboard mag”, the main Italian skateboard mag at that time.
Since then he has been skating and shooting photos for magazines and companies around the world, publishing his work in European and international magazines such as: Thrasher (USA); Sidewalk Surfer (UK); TWS Skateboarding (USA); Place (Ger); Kingpin (EU); Skateboarder (USA); The Skateboarder’s Journal (Australia).
From 2001 he worked for nine years as main photographer and editor for 6:00am skateboard magazine. In the meanwhile he completed his university education, he traveled a lot around the world, he designed casual clothing and did experiment new fields of photography.
He started a brief glance at the beginning of 2010.
Guido Bendotti is a skateboarder from Italy, he started skating in 1987 and still skates, almost everyday. He has traveled the world just to follow his passion and try to land some trick in a nice place. Guido is like a living skateboarding encyclopedia; for years he has written for many magazines and he is one of the minds (and hands) behind the Knodel Bowl project.