Cons rider Kevin Rodrigues collaborated with Ben Chadourne and Jean-Louis Huhta to bring you an audio visual representation of his skateboarding in Paris, France.
"ATOM" is the first episode of my new independent video project called •SOURCE:
10 minutes skateboard films featuring our crew & wonderful encounters coming out every 4 months.
Roman GONZALEZ, Pako PION, Remy TAVEIRA, Gauthier ROUGER, Alex RICHARD, Josh PALL, Fred PLOCQUE SANTOS, Guillaume DULOUT, Luy Pa SIN, Kevin RODRIGUES, Paul GRUND, Ben CHADOURNE, Manuel SCHENCK, Edouard DEPAZ, Silvester EDUARDO, Jordan TRAHAN & Vincent TOUZERY
Hopefully the next clip will be dropping soon, that was rad.
Chima's favourite spot in Sydney is Martin Place. He grew up skating there every weekend, it's the spot were he caught a train to meet up with all his friends and skate around the city. It also happens to be one of the best spots in the world, you can start from and skate legitmate spots all the way down through 4 city blocks.
Enjoy the best of Chima at Martin Place.
The UK Converse CONS tour to promote the KA3 shoe was decided for January 2015, which obviously provokes scepticism in regards to a piss wet Albion, but the hunger to visit new places and to see what we could conjure up with was high and provoked the tour name ‘Braving The Cold’, which seemed all too pertinent.
We managed to get lucky with the weather throughout the week, it was a ‘right place at the right time’ sort of vibe. We were visiting a different city everyday starting off in Jamie Platt’s hometown of Bournemouth. From there we went along the South coast to Portsmouth, then up towards Oxford, Wolverhampton and Stoke-On-Trent until we got to the North, stopping off at Sheffield and Manchester.
Visiting a different city each day kept everything fresh but it meant that the days were very long. It was worth it in the end though because the lads pulled through and produced this banging clip for your viewing pleasure…
- Reece Leung
Filmed & Edited by James Cruikshank
Watch Volcom Europe's Harry Lintell makes easy work of the notoriously rugged British streets and back alleys of London in the latest True To This edit.
Filmed over 8 months or so last year in every part of the UK - Scotland, Wales and all over England.
Featuring: Benson, Nick Stansfield, Domas Glatkauskas, Darius Trabalza and the rest of the UK three stripes team.
Hip-hop and skateboarding collide in colour as Bobby Worrest takes the 2015 Nike Dunk High Premium SB 'De La Soul' for a spin.
I was lucky enough to test out this fun little piece of kit from Panasonic. The head cam was weird but with full fisheye view, it's pretty good for filming in the traditional way. Oh, and it's 4K, it nearly broke my computer processing it!
Featuring: Charlie Myatt, Fergus Wood, & Daniel Nicholas.
North contributor Gareth Costello recently moved house and in doing so found some old portraits. Most are of friends from around the globe that he was lucky enough meet and shoot while travelling. I can't wait for the good weather to get there again.
The National Skateboard Co. just released this trailer. Can't wait to see more from these guys.
Featuring Yardsale riders Jake church, Curtis pearl, Darius trabalza and Paddy jones. With friend Casper brooker.
Filmed and edited by Daniel kreitem
LRG filmmaker Kyle Camarillo breaks down what went into LRG’s Skate & Create video Perspectrum. A six-camera rig and the influence of David Hockney were a few of the pieces to the puzzle. Dave Chami used an assortment of camera and film mediums for February‘s ground-breaking cover shot of Carlos Ribeiro’s switch backside nosegrind in San Francisco.
Charlie is definitely in my top 5 ginger skateboarders.
Simie just dropped Street Snacks 2, the ultimate homie video. Too many people to mention, just get it watched.