Skintrack Sketches: Artist and designer Joseph Toney takes an abstract view of the skintrack

Unconfined by the limits of ski graphic design, Toney often hits the skintrack to find his subjects, painting mountains he sees and photographs while skiing or hiking.

Skintrack Sketches: How Eric Pollard balances art and professional skiing

Freeskier Eric Pollard has spent nearly two decades working within in the ski industry, from crafting skis with LINE to starting the film company Nimbus Independent—all while creating illustrations and paintings that capture these experiences.

Skintrack Sketches: Travis Parr on remaining rooted while pushing his artistic boundaries

For Icelantic Skis’ co-founder and artistic director Travis Parr, the future of his brand lies in its past. Since 2003, Parr has been pushing the boundaries of Icelantic’s topsheet design and ski-related art through lively graphics influenced by his love of world history, exploration and the connection between humans and the environment.

Skintrack Sketches: Skiing, art and loss through the eyes of Sandra Fransson

Hailing from the town of Lulela in Swedish Lapland, Sandra Fransson has been shaped by mountains. From ski instructing in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains to chasing winter in the Australian Alps and painting summits and slopes across the globe, she’s chased winter for work and pleasure.

Summer Stashes: Lance Riek tags solstice powder in the Gallatin Range

From Fourth of July corn harvesting in the Northeast to mid-summer snowstorms that closed mountain passes across the West, there’s been plenty of opportunities for turns well into June and July.