WKND went to Hawaii to film a montage for their collaboration with Nike, because who doesn't immediately associate leather high-tops with tropical weather?
On the remix tip, here's some classic 411-era Josh Kalis and Stevie Williams, courtesy of The Tennyson Corporation.
Mike Carroll waxes nostalgic about Embarcadero and talks trick names in this week's Nine Club.
Dom Henry's short and sweet part in last year's Politic video, Division, is now online.
Six minutes of Bronze affiliates in Hi-8.
So, you've made it to the end of yet another week. Congratulations! Here's our Cliff's Notes version of this week's news to help save you time from skimming the web. Enjoy:
ICYMI: The Vacation uploaded their inaugural video offering from last year’s Threadcleaner, featuring David Clark, Brian Powderly, Jonathan Ettman, and Jason Spivey, who’s still along for the ride in Threads productions.
Speaking of the South, looks like Atlanta’s Black Blocks is a go again.
Free Skate Mag has been posting up parts from Frank Skateboard’s Out of Business for a few weeks now. If you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favor and watch the Eniz Fazliov part.
Mark Humienik posted some cryptic screen grabs on his Instagram a few days ago. New Bronze video coming sooner rather than later?
A new underground video out of Washington DC featuring a gaggle of beltway shredders holding down Pulaski pretty hard. And our boy Beemon Johnson popping so high he basically gets run over by a bus! Check it out
A little edit from our friends in Scotland. Filmed by Kieron Forbes in and around Edinburgh. Featuring Daniel Nicholas, Keith Allan, George Horler, Finlay Allan, & Tom Alford. Original music by George Horler.
Pontus Alv goes digs up some gems for the "Absolute Event Horizon" show which will be on display in the Schunck Museum in the Dutch town of Heerlen, and this video documenting the selection process of the exhibits will be shown.
If you're aware of Oskar Rozenberg, you know that he is insane all terrain shredder. This new Nike piece that just launched in conjunction with Free Mag is no joke. Check it out below!
I’ve come across Leo many times during random trips or events and through common longtime friends, so the idea of interviewing him has been there for a while. What is remarkable with Leo is you can identify his style and approach to skateboarding almost instantly. He gets inspired everywhere he travels and has consistently challenged the rules and trends of skateboarding for over a decade now. Recently Leo’s been busy; actively helping to make skateboarding legal again in Bordeaux, travelling with the Magenta crew, changing shoe sponsor, directing funny skits with his friend Seb Daurel and even contributing to CafeCreme on occasions. What better time to interview him? Continue reading....