Apr 16, 2010 12:00AM

fuknoath man.

For something that started out of a laugh, Fuknoath zine is pretty funny. Started by Andrew Currie and Andrew Peters, the publications aims to remove the oh so seriousness out of skateboarding and take the piss out of it a little. Both Peters and Currie are industry veterans ? between the two of them, they have experience with SLAM, Monster Children and Skateboarder's Journal, which is pretty much every skating mag in the country. And now they've created their own! Well isn't that just a dream come true.

"It was just a funny idea we came up with when we were really wasted, and we ended up telling loads of people and getting all these ideas together, so it would have looked pretty lame if we didn't do it," Peters explains of the magazine's conception.

"We're really just having a laugh. The captions pay out the industry and it's a bit of a piss take. It's just to keep the hype up in the industry in a fun and interesting way."

Indeed, it is interesting. On top of some pretty rad photography, the zine 8 a series of amusing interviews. Grab yourself a copy at a skate shop near you.

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