In the New York skateboard system, the Courthouse Drop is represented by two separate, yet equally important groups: the skateboarders, who do the tricks, and the filmers, who film them. These are their stories…
The Lakai team travelled across the pond to get a taste of the UK's terrain. Daniel Espinoza, Jon Sciano, Sebo Walker, Vincent Alvarez, James Capps, Riley Hawk and Stevie Perez linked up with their European cohorts Danny Brady, Nick Jensen and Sylvan Tognelli in England to kick off the Picture Me Eurollin' tour.
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"2 great slams and a kickflip" is what Ferg should've called his latest edit.
You've seen the photo.
Now check the footage.
Phil Evans is at it again. Another rad edit from Daniel Gronwall.
Finding film that was shot 70+ years ago and being able to develop it and seeing those negatives for the first time would be incredible.
Oscar Candon does in fact kill it.
Two French-skater owned brands have joined together to create a footwear and apparel collection celebrating mutual rider, Koichiro Uehara. It only seems appropriate for the collaboration to be influenced by Koichiro’s Japanese homeland. etnies & Magenta placed the collection’s design focus on paying homage to old world Japanese culture and it’s traditional artwork. Exclusive for this collaboration, Magenta developed a logo combining etnies and Magenta imagery into a unique design expressive of both brands. Collection design details include characteristic heavy brushstrokes & traditional Japanese imagery.
The etnies x Magenta collaboration collection (Leads jacket, Scout and Marana Vulc) is now available at finer skate shops across Europe.
This NYC clip is jam packed full of rad shit, watch it immediately.
YES!!! New G-Mos footage. Still skating them fire hydrants after 20 years.
Zander Taketomo kills it. He's been steadily shooting the East Coast for a good while now, and doing a damn good job. We caught up with him for an interview issue 04, check it out below.
Peep his section from the great independent film from Jacob Harris. I could watch this all day.
Some UK Independent heads made the trip up to Scotland. Worth the trip for a Livi NBD.
Featuring Colin Adam, Marc Churchill, Sam Pulley, Joe Howard & Jed Cullen.