Dane Burman Media Coverage

Dane Burman Photo Sponsors: Zero, Fallen, Modus Bearings, 99 Degrees Skateshop, Thunder, Spitfire, Volcom, Footprint Insoles
Hometown: Sydney Australia
Stance: Goofy, Age: 27, Status: Pro

Last Update: Thursday, November 14, 2013

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Dane Burman Mag Coverage

Skateboarder Magazine - Feb/Mar 2013
Full Page, Editorial: Ollie over to 50-50 on a 18 stair handrail for the Focus section. Photo by Dan Wolfe
Thrasher Magazine - January 2013
Two Page, Editorial: Backside boardslide down a flat to 11 stair handrail for teh Crusin for a Bruisin article. Photo by Joe Brook
The Skateboard Mag - November 2012
Two Page, Editorial: 50-50 down a 15 stair triple set kinked handrail for the Some Kind of Monster article. Photo by Bart Jones
Transworld Magazine - July 2011
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside 270 lipslide sequence on a 9 stair handrail for the Dane Burman interview. Photo by J-Hon
Transworld Magazine - July 2011
Two Page, Editorial: frontside 5-0 on a 21 stair handrail for the Dane Burman interview. Photo by JT Rhoades
Thrasher Magazine - June 2011
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside flip sequence off a bank and over a patch of dirt and a bench for the Killing Time, Skate Rock OZ article. Photo by Rhino
Thrasher Magazine - June 2011
Two Page, Editorial: 50-50 up a 7 stair handrail for the Killing Time, Skate Rock OZ article. Photo by Rhino
Transworld Magazine - January 2011
Full Page, Editorial: Gilley grind sequence down a 12 stair handrail for the A Random Act of Skateboarding feature. Photo by J-Hon
Transworld Magazine - January 2011
Two Page, Editorial: Hardflip down a big 6 block for the Wet Hot American Summer article. Photo by Shigeo
Thrasher Magazine - April 2011
Two Page, Editorial: Wallie backside boardslide to backside 5-0 sequence down a 16 stair hubba for the In Search of The Muska article. Photo by Joe Hammeke
Thrasher Magazine - April 2011
Full Page, Editorial: Stalefish over the ladder in a backyard pool for the In Search of The Muska article. Photo by Joe Hammeke
Skateboarder Magazine - November 2010
Full Page, Editorial: Portrait for the And Another Thing feature. Photo by Shigeo
Thrasher Magazine - July 2010
Two Page, Advertisement: Backside 50-50 down a 12 stair hubba for a Zero ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Zero
Transworld Magazine - July 2010
Two Page, Advertisement: Backside 50-50 down a 12 stair hubba for a Zero ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Zero
Transworld Magazine - April 2010
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside 50-50 body varial switch backside 50-50 sequence down an 8 flat 8 double set handrail for the Nine Frames Per Second feature. Photo by Chami
Thrasher Magazine - March 2010
Two Page, Advertisement: Gap to frontside tailslide on a 6 stair to flat mailbox ledge for a Zero ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Zero
Transworld Magazine - February 2010
Two Page, Advertisement: Gap to frontside tailslide on a 6 stair to flat mailbox ledge for a Zero ad. Photo by Unknown Company: Zero
Thrasher Magazine - December 2009
Two Page, Editorial: Switch flip over a flat bar to drop (Rincon) for the Heads Interview. Photo by Shigeo
Thrasher Magazine - December 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside 5-0 down an 18 stair handrail for the Heads Interview. Photo by Shigeo
Thrasher Magazine - December 2009
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside 180 to switch frontside 50-50 sequence down a 10 stair hubba for the Heads Interview. Photo by Shigeo
Thrasher Magazine - November 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside feeble down a 13 stair handrail for the Photo Feature. Photo by Rhino
The Skateboard Mag - June 2009
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside 50-50 down a 20 stair handrail for the Water World article. Photo by Bart Jones
Skateboarder Magazine - May 2009
Two Page, Editorial: Frontside 50-50 down a 10 flat 10 double set for the Howl feature. Photo by Andrew Peters
Skateboarder Magazine - December 2008
Full Page, Editorial: Backside noseblunt on a flat ledge to 7 stair drop for the Who's Hot? feature. Photo by Andrew Peters
Transworld Magazine - October 2008
Full Page, Editorial: Frontside 5-0 on a flat rail for the Check Out feature. Photo by Chami