David Loy Media Coverage

David Loy Photo Sponsors: Birdhouse, Converse, Ricta, Mob, Thunder, Active, Glassy, Diamond, Bones Swiss
Hometown: Santa Ana CA
Stance: Regular, Age: 23, Status: Pro

Last Update: Thursday, May 22, 2014

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David Loy Mag Coverage

Thrasher Magazine - June 2012
Full Page, Advertisement: Frontside boardslide on a handicap rail for an Active ad. Photo by Dragonette Company: Active
Transworld Magazine - February 2012
Full Page, Editorial: Backside boardslide down a bump to rail for the Birdhouse summer tour article. Photo by Sam Muller
Thrasher Magazine - May 2012
Full Page, Advertisement: Frontside 50-50 on a 5 block out ledge for an Ergo ad. Photo by Unknown Company: ERGO
The Skateboard Mag - June 2012
Two Page, Editorial: Backside boardslide down a 14 stair double set kinked handrail for the Contents page. Photo by Bart Jones
Skateboarder Magazine - December/January 12
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside ollie in a half-pipe for the Sunset Rampage article. Photo by John Bradford
The Skateboard Mag - December 2011
Full Page, Advertisement: Backside feeble grind down a 21 stair handrail for an Ergo ad. Photo by Unknown Company: ERGO
Thrasher Magazine - December 2011
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside lipslide down a 8 block handrail for the Something Else section. Photo by Joe Hammeke
The Skateboard Mag - July 2011
Full Page, Advertisement: Unnamed trick on a flat rail off a loading dock for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Joe Hammeke Company: Birdhouse
Thrasher Magazine - June 2011
Full Page, Advertisement: Unnamed trick on a flat rail off a loading dock for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Joe Hammeke Company: Birdhouse
The Skateboard Mag - January 2011
Full Page, Advertisement: Frontside 5-0 down a 9 stair handrail to hill bomb for an Ergo ad. Photo by Kyle Camarillo Company: ERGO
Thrasher Magazine - March 2011
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside tailslide frontside big spin out sequence on a flat ledge to 3 stair drop for the Shake The Hand That Shook The World article. Photo by Joe Hammeke
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside smith stall on a railing in the Coastal Carnage bowl for the Coastal Carnage article. Photo by Dave Swift
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Advertisement: Frontside 50-50 down a kinked double set hubba for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Birdhouse
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Two Page, Editorial: Backside boardslide down a 25 stair handrail for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Backside blunt slide down a 12 stair handrail for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside smith grind to frontside wallride on an up-rail to wall for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: 50-50 down a 3 flat 3 flat 3 triple set handrail for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Backside smith grind up a concrete quarterpipe escalator for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside 5-0 down a 13 stair hubba for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
The Skateboard Mag - December 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Portrait for the New Jack feature. Photo by Bart Jones
Transworld Magazine - December 2010
Two Page, Editorial: Backside boardslide sequence down a 4 flat 4 double set handrail for the When Ams Attack article. Photo by O'Meally
The Skateboard Mag - July 2010
Full Page, Advertisement: Crooks on a loading dock to flat bar for an Ergo ad. Photo by Bart Jones Company: ERGO
The Skateboard Mag - June 2010
Two Page, Editorial: Backside feeble down a 14 stair handrail for the One Tweet Over The Line, Sweet Jesus article. Photo by Bart Jones
Transworld Magazine - June 2010
Full Page, Advertisement: Backside salad down a 13 stair rail to gap out over 4 stairs for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Bart Jones Company: Birdhouse
Thrasher Magazine - October 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside crailslide on a ditch bank for the Heads feature. Photo by Burnett
Thrasher Magazine - October 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Backside feeble backside 180 out sequence on a handicapped rail for the Heads feature. Photo by Burnett
Thrasher Magazine - October 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside smith down an 18 stair handrail for the Heads feature. Photo by Burnett
The Skateboard Mag - October 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside 5-0 down a 14 stair handrail for the Birdman Goes Down Under article. Photo by Price
Thrasher Magazine - June 2009
Full Page, Advertisement: Frontside lipslide down a 16 stair handrail for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Birdhouse
Thrasher Magazine - April 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside smith frontside 360 out sequence on an up-rail for the Ams, Class of 2009 article. Photo by Joe Hammeke
Thrasher Magazine - October 2008
Full Page, Editorial: Lien to tail in a vert wall for the Damn Am 2008 article. Photo by Joe Hammeke
Slap Magazine - March 2008
Two Page, Editorial: Blunt fakie on a natural highway overpass transitionWallride to nosemanual sequence for the Complex Decay article. Photo by Joe Brook
Transworld Magazine - February 2008
Full Page, Advertisement: Feeble grind on a 10 stair rail for a Destructo ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Destructo
Slap Magazine - February 2008
Two Page, Editorial: Stalefish on a bank for the Gallery feature. Photo by Joe Brook
Skateboarder Magazine - January 2008
Two Page, Editorial: Ollie crailgrab into a pool bank for the Focus feature. Photo by John Bradford
Slap Magazine - January 2008
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside 50-50 on a 16 stair rail for the Under the Influence article. Photo by Joe Brook
Skateboarder Magazine - October 2007
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside hurricane and a backside hurricane on an 8 stair rail for the Either/Or feature. Photo by John Bradford
Transworld Magazine - July 2007
Full Page, Advertisement: Lein to tail on a quarterpipe for a Free Flow Tour ad. Photo by Dan Colberg
Skateboarder Magazine - July 2007
Full Page, Editorial: Wallride down a nine stair set wall for the Teenagers in the Real Dubai article. Photo by Mapstone
Skateboarder Magazine - July 2007
Full Page, Editorial: Tailslide drop in sequence on a bank for the Teenagers in the Real Dubai article. Photo by Mapstone
Transworld Magazine - March 2007
Half Page, Editorial: Frontside air to flat sequence off a quarterpipe for the Bling It article. Photo by Chris Ortiz
Transworld Magazine - March 2007
Full Page, Advertisement: Portrait for an Active Am ad. Photo by Unknown
Transworld Magazine - February 2007
Half Page, Editorial: Ollie up to frontside 5-0 sequence on a quarter to ledge for the Damn Am article. Photo by Chris Ortiz
Transworld Magazine - February 2007
Two Page, Advertisement: Hurricane on a 12 stair rail and a chill shot for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Chris Ortiz
Skateboarder Magazine - February 2007
Two Page, Advertisement: Frontside 50-50 on a 3 flat 3 kinked rail for a Hurley ad. Photo by Unknown
Thrasher Magazine - February 2007
Two Page, Advertisement: Frontside 50-50 on a 3 flat 3 kinked rail for a Hurley ad. Photo by Unknown
Thrasher Magazine - February 2007
Half Page, Advertisement: Portrait for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Unknown
Thrasher Magazine - February 2007
Full Page, Advertisement: Hurricane on a 12 stair rail for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Chris Ortiz
Slap Magazine - January 2007
Full Page, Advertisement: Hurricane on a 12 stair rail for a Birdhouse ad. Photo by Chris Ortiz
The Skateboard Mag - December 2006
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside nosegrind on a 9 stair rail for the Tellin' Tall Tales article. Photo by Price
Transworld Magazine - December 2006
Full Page, Advertisement: Salad grind on a 15 stair rail for a Destructo ad. Photo by Unknown
Transworld Magazine - June 2006
Full Page, Editorial: Backside hurricane sequence on a 10 stair rail for the Check Out feature. Photo by Blair Alley
Skateboarder Magazine - May 2006
Full Page, Editorial: Salad grind on a 13 stair rail for the Who's Hot feature. Photo by Mecaro