Vague Mag Site Launches

As I'm sure most of you have seen over the last couple of months, there has been an increasingly apparent, if vague, social media presence from aptly named @vagueskatemag.

Whilst they've certainly been active on Instagram, with a pretty heavy certified 'lej' focus, it's only been this week that has seen the lads behind it launch their website proper, with exclusive content including a spotlight on shop rider Joe O'Donnell's exhibition at Bold Street Coffee in Liverpool, and the online premiere of Zachariah Riley's Magic Sticky Hand 2 part, with an accompanying interview. With that said, it's probably time you headed over there and checked out the site for yourself to see what these guys are doing.

'Vague' is still well and truly in its infancy as a magazine, but we're all pretty interested to see where it's going to go, and with a focus on 'Skateboarding, art, breweries, and the rest', we're sure this is going to be something a bit different from your average print skate magazine formula. 

Whilst the introduction of their website has added an element of clarity to the otherwise vague space the mag's been operating in so far, it'll still be interesting to watch this space and see what the lads have lined up.

zachrileynoseblunt