“Bringing in this "Remix" series with none-other then Robby Kirkland. The most OG in the game still to this day. We complied all of his best footage for this edit and threw it onto a dope BIG L track. Enjoy.” - Filmed & Edited by Stephen Buggica
Check out the entire WKND crew in the new “Sir Palmer” video.
Soy Panday is up at bat on the new BiggerSpin podcast over at Live Skateboard Media. So make sure to give it a listen and enjoy over a cup of pretentious coffee at an outdoor cafe while wearing a beret and nibbling on a baguette.Read More
The Magenta team took part in 2011’s Battle, and is back for more with a lineup consisting of quick foot master Glen Fox, saucy Santiago Sasson, Magenta veteran Leo Valls, mysterious Masaki Ui, big pop Gaetan Salvignol, Paul Gallelli, Antoine Jouguet and new guy on the team (and Milano Centrale local) Ruben Spelta. Filmed by the Luka Pinto. Click the image to enjoy the edit!
Feast your eyes and ears on Traffic pro Hiroki Muraoka's ender part from Spirit Quest.
Rent or buy Spirit Quest in its entirety of 80 minutes, plus extras: spiritquest.vhx.tv/ mandibleclaw.com
We're always hyped to help showcase skateboarding and video-makers from around the world. And we recently received a link from first time filmer/editor Thomas Bento showcasing 2-3 years of filming in the city of Lisbon, Portugal. It looks like these guys have a rad scene and that they skate non-stop. Aside from some gruesome slams, this one is a fun watch and a rad glimpse into a different culture and scene.
That's right. Not only do the Isle boys get to travel the world to film on all of the best spots and have their footage edited by one of the raddest filmmakers in skateboarding.....now they got to go to a tropical paradise, lounge in the sun and swim in waterfalls. Tough life, mates.
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Our friends up in Vancouver shared a new video project with us recently with a subtle reference to Seinfeld so it immediately found spot in our hearts. Always stoked to get a glimpse into some of the different crews in towns that don't get much love. And who could go wrong with a soundtrack including Brian Eno, Grace Jones and Suicide? So take a moment to enjoy "Sally Chinatown"........