Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Wide Open


The Bos brothers hit us with another crusty masterpiece. This one is called Wide Open and stars Joshua Bos with guest appearances by Dave Caddo, Zach Dykes, Evan Dow, Japhey Dow, Caleb Lilly, Jake Bos, and Adam Bos. Adam Bos handles filming and editing. Via: Medium Skate Mag

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Mômes Montage


The Parisian Mômes crew just dropped a 16-minute montage featuring the future of the French scene. Ibu Sanyang has the ender section with some serious pop reminiscent of Adrian del Campo. Enjoy the video and good luck trying to figure out who is who because the titles are at the end of the video. 

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

9:34


Stockholm looks sick in 9:34, the new montage from Fritte Söderström. It starts off good then once Josef Scott Jatta makes an appearance, things get heavy. Features Daniel Grönwall, Hampus Jansson, Simon Hallberg, Vilbur Fritzon, Erik Nylander, Jesper Lind, Axel Lindquist, Martin Sandberg, Dennis Henell, Daniel Wårdh, Josef Scott Jatta, and Simon Karlsson. Probably in order of appearance. Via: Free Skate Mag.

Monday, February 04, 2019

Victor Campillo for Quota


Victor Campillo rips Paris with some cool manuals and ledge tech for the new board brand, Quota

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Stain Jacobsen in De Andre


Free brings us another Norwegian banger from Pekka Løvås' video De Andre. Stain Jacobsen comes correct. That indy grab is real sick. 

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Bjarne Tjoetta in De Andre


The good folks at Free Skate Mag bring us Bjarne Tjoetta's part from De Andre, an all Norwegian production with Norwegian spots, skaters, and music. Expect more parts to hit the web in the near future. 

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Skateboarding as Architecture Appreciation

On Twitter, Ian Borden shared this article about skateboarding as a form of architecture appreciation. 

"On stepping out of the park and into the architecture of the city, skateboarding changes from an act of skill and performance to one of spatial experience involving the city’s plazas, streets, benches and diverse structural gestures."