Our friends over at Vague just posted a new edit called "Turkey"
A good friend of ours down in Australia named Casey Foley made us hip to a rad new little underground edit out of the island nation called "Banned" from a young filmmaker named Leo Carroll-Capp. Definitely worth watching on a cold winter's night or before an afternoon skate. Check it out below!
Glenn Fox laid it down in this new video piece out of Amsterdam by the Booticelliboys. Check it out below. All footage is in regular motion, he actually moves that fast.
The good dudes over at Lost Art in Liverpool just released a rad video piece and project called "That's How it Was". Our friends at Vague Mag covered the launch event and you can check out the full story at this link here.
Always stoked to see some raw British skateboarding and we're always hyped on anything from the Lost Art squad. So check out the edit below by Oliver Birch and enjoy....
The Evisen crew just launched their newest trailer for the upcoming full length Evisen video, releasing on December 9th. We're also going to be hosting a premiere for the video here in NYC soon, so stay tuned for details. In the mean time enjoy this trailer below......
The Skateboard Story caught up with phenom Aaron Herrington to learn a little bit more about his brand Chrystie NYC. Check it out below for a quick, rad read......
Video by Jacob Harris, Chris Jones nosegrind by Sam Ashley
For those who are not already aware, SkatePal is a charity that aims to spread the love of skateboarding in Palestine. Since 2013 they have been building skateparks and providing skateboarding lessons to young people across the West Bank. The charity works with local communities to help provide access to new equipment and tools, as local skateboarders currently rely on donations from outside the country. Earlier this year, Isle Skateboards teamed up with SkatePal and arranged one of the first ever skate trips to Palestine. The plan was to run a skate workshop and perform a demo for the kids at SkatePal’s park in Asira Al-Shamaliya. Alongside this, we aimed to skate around various cities and towns in the West Bank with some of the local skaters. To help provide a comprehensive insight to the trip, I interviewed the Isle team, cinematographer Jacob Harris, Charlie Davis and Theo Krish from SkatePal and some of the local Palestinian skaters that joined us during our time there. I will let their answers tell the story of our visit to the West Bank… Click ahead for the story
Journey to Tokyo and beyond with Traffic Pro Hiroki Muraoka in this visual piece from filmmaker Patrik Wallner. 'The Splits' also showcases; Shin Sanbongi, Kota Ikeda, Laurence Keefe, Yoshiaki Toeda, Issei Kumatani, and Seimi Miyahara.
After a couple years of silence from Minuit and master filmer Yoan Tallandier, a brand new edit has surfaced from the crew called "Bordeaux" and we're happy to share it with you below. Featuring a gaggle of Magenta and TOA family. Enjoy!