Brian Panebianco drops the raw footage from Kevin Bilyeu’s DGK part!
In 1921, a man named Billy Graham opened up a small hamburger stand with $700 and an idea to sell small, square hamburgers for five-cents. The concept grew to be the first hamburger chain in the world; inspiring everything from movies to pop culture with the same quality product it gained notoriety from. Never breaking from its roots, the Slider showed how far a burger could go when it was named “Most influential burger of all time” by Time Magazine.
Billy Graham’s hunger is something very native to DGK. Stevie Williams founded the brand on the same authentic fundamentals that made White Castle iconic generation after generation. Both began with just an idea and changed how we look at the world.
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Being Stevie Williams chronicles legendary skateboarder Stevie Williams’ journey from the streets of Philadelphia to successful entrepreneur and icon.
Dirty Ghetto Kids brings you Kevin Bilyeu Philly part.
New Will Mazzari clips brought to you by DGK.
DGK hits MIA with Dane Vaughn, Chaz Ortiz, Steview Williams and more.
“Being Stevie Williams” premieres on ESPN2 this Monday 2/22/2021 at 8:30pm PST.
DGK takes over JKwon featuring Stevie Williams, Dane Vaughn, Boo Johnson, Don Cooley, Will Mazzari, Derrick Wilson, Darius Jackson and Adrianne Sloboh.
DGK brings you Josh Kalis at Clemente Park, 2020.
Quise drops the beat.
Will Mazzari loves treats and skateboarding, here’s some of both.
Pete Thompson is a New York based photographer with a storied history within skateboarding. Having captured a large portion of skateboardings elite throughout the 90’s, Pete paved himself as one of the top photographers of the era. Early on Pete developed a friendship with DGK founder Stevie Williams and documented Stevie’s rise in notoriety. In July 2020, Pete is releasing ’93 Til, a full book chronicling skateboard culture and the icons that made it prolific. Not only is Stevie featured on the cover of the book, he’s also featured repeatedly amongst the 240 page volume.
Pete handpicked some never before seen images for the ’93 Til deck and wrote a brief piece speaking on Stevie’s story for the top sheet. These decks will be limited to 300 hand numbered pieces.