Skater, artist, and all-around cool guy, Chris Dunn, spends his time around St. Louis developing his brand and collective, Sideways Skates, as a platform for him and homies alike.
"When we got out of high school, it was kinda like it's over, but with Sideways, it's not just like 5 people.. it's all of us. It's a collective, basically. Whoever wants to be helping out with it can. If you get a photo or a clip, you're a part of it."
"This isn't the first time I've done a type of brand thing. This is my friends from high school who I skated with. We got our whole crew together and made a thing called 'make-believe skateboards.' We made t-shirts and shit and made a bunch of edits."
"I started doing sideways kinda as an inspiration to do something similar to this again."
"It's Sideways Skates because it's everything to do with skateboarding, not just making skateboards."