Friday, December 31, 2010

Now, with a lack of decent footage, you could argue that PJ had actually fallen off a little (maybe that's being kind). It's been a while since I've seen this kind of relishment of tricks from this guy. Really old skate shoes and brand new setups. Best combination ever...

(Apologies for the Berrics aspect of this post)

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Already Been Done

Good luck to these guys...

Thursday, December 23, 2010

making it up...

Not really sure how this passed me by. It shouldn't have. Thanks to BoilTheOcean...

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Ultimate shredder

More snow breeds indoor tedium especially now I have this guy ready to go...

Heroin Deer Man shape, Indy Stage 10 136 forged, Bones rubbers, Swiss, Pig Street cruiser 52mm (pin recommendation). Gonna do me a rugged pivot fakie on a crappy street quarter asap...

Also been rinsing this...

Still probably one of the best films ever made but you probably already know that...

Friday, December 10, 2010

Stockwell, Stockwell, Stockwell.

Return to the scene of the crime...

Tuesday, December 07, 2010


Sunday, December 05, 2010

The things that you own, end up owning you...

Here's to 36 more.

Thursday, December 02, 2010

'Snow good...

Paul got a few tricks of me from Emsworth last year.

Chris Pulman at Emsworth from Quiet Corners on Vimeo.

Friday, November 26, 2010


That's all I got so far. Rehabs going well, improvements are slow...

that guy.

Jacob's first tech deck mini ramp under construction.

Golden Valley.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Petersfield has come

Finally open. Gonna be a rad new local spot. Good work Wheelscape!

Friday, November 19, 2010

The High 5

Backing Todd's new deal and especially this guy:

This stuff gives me some faith that skateboarding has not been completely homogenized for the masses.

Monday, November 08, 2010


Thursday, October 14, 2010

I come calling in my sunday best...

UPDATE: two week check up. Still can't feel my thumb

Stitches coming out, swelling gone down.

Pin still poking out sporadically. Bit annoying.

There's that pesky little bit of wire holding on the little bit of what was left of the end of the radius.

Stitches out and new cast on for another four weeks until all the ligaments have healed enough to start some proper rehab.

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Bone Bomb

So it finally came. After many twists and sprains, bruises and lumps, cuts, grazes, SF street back burns, one-month-long migraines and unexplained incapacitations, I finally broke something outright. Shredding Stockwell with Seth and Jacob Kit, I bailed a 50-50 on one of the steep quarters, stepped off gracefully, only to find my board unexpectedly under my feet once again... I went down pretty quickly.

I'm so glad Seth was there to help out and get me to the hospital. I thought it was dislocated at first. We even considered trying to pull it back into place ourselves.

The guy at the Urgent Injury clinic at St Thomas' A&E was very helpful indeed but confirmed the worst. Distal radius off-ended with a pretty awkward dislocation. My fingers were going blue by this point as the nerves, ligaments and all the piping through my wrist were being strangled.

After a quick bit of surgery the next day I was feeling pretty whacked out but did manage to wake up to some pretty faces.

Here you can see where they performed the Carpal tunnel decompression (to release the nerves etc) and some other roadworks relating to ligaments. I just have one bit of wire holding on what was left of the end of the radius. I also have a good supply of pain killers which are helping out pretty well...

Saturday, September 25, 2010

A Day And The Life

14 years and one day ago I was sitting in the pub with Paul Gonella contemplating making some kind of sponsor me tape. I guess I thought I was ripping back then. The actual original idea for making to tape came from my friend Ben who said I should try to get on flow for one of the Tum Yeto brands that Slam City were carrying at the time. I had nothing to lose really.

The next day (I'm pretty sure that's right) I arranged to meet Paul at Southsea skatepark nice and early and we were blessed with great weather to go film some stuff. The idea was to see how much footage we could gather in one day in one town. I think we got to about seven minutes of crap. Filler or killer, you'll have to decide for yourself. I think I invented a trick that day too.

We edited the whole thing together with two VCRs and were both pretty stoked with what we'd achieved in just one day.

Anyway, this was the start of it all.

Once again, I'd like to that Gonella for making this possible, my dad's old RAF trousers and Tum Yeto for inspiration...

Keep on truckin'.

A Day and the Life - Chris Pulman (1996) from Quiet Corners on Vimeo.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

I'm helping the Guildford guys put together plans for the skatepark there. Seems like a rad chance to build something interesting in the area. Feedback appreciated...

Not drawn to scale and some bits obviously don't flow, but it's a start.

The council have stipulated that there must be a path to the skatepark. Fine by me if we can adapt that slightly...

Random obstacle ideas. If you've ever skated anything like those transitioned flat bars let me know. I need to figure out how big/steep the ransition needs to be to make them work...

Heroin site is now back up and looking rad: Click it!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Quality and fit you can depend on...

Pin and Pulman. Truly brothers from different mothers. Mark Jackson, Chas Une, Pin and I got to the plaza at the crack of dawn to get some shredding done and some tricks logged for this little edit. There's more to come...

Here's the good quality version!

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

No Country For Old Men

It surely is not...