It's been 10 years since Joe Perrin's classic, "Last of the Mohicans" was released. In honor of the video's anniversary, OJ's is releasing a Joey P filmer wheel along with a new edit of all the old skeletons. Enjoy.
Quartersnacks has a Five Favorite parts with Ryan Garshell you should def check out.
(Photo from Richard Hart)
Ryan Garshell is committed to the craft of filming in as literal of a sense as imaginable — the only way he bails on a hill bomb is if a car literally forces him off his board. While some put their energy into production value, weird archival footage and editing, GX’s preoccupation is portraying skating’s rawness and lasting criminality. Garshell is skating’s largest proponent of the camera that Bill Strobeck threw in the trash a few years ago, and his filming is often as fucked as whatever is going on in front of the lens. As the skater, there must be some added incentive to land tricks when you know that your filmer will see the clip through no matter how steep the hill, how bummed the homeowner or how many cops are present.
- Zach Baker
Paul Young captured a solid 4 1/2 minutes of shred with Dick Rizzo, Josh Wilson, Kevin Tierney, Buggy, Adrian Vega and more during a short 2 week trip to SF. It's definitely worth a gander.
I feel like the CONS team is just permanently on the road. This time, they check in from Israel with Aaron Herrington, Brian Delatorre, Al Davis, Louie Lopez, Mike Anderson, and Dolan Stearns. Check out At Yafa above.
There's a new documentary coming out this summer by Lucas Beaufort focusing on the current state of printed media in skateboarding. Lucas just posted the trailer online and it looks pretty intriguing.
Our friends over in Italy, the Chef Family, has started releasing some individual parts with the Chef crew and they started it out with ripper Andrea Di Liddo in this new piece "Genuine Street Falvour". Check it out below:
After selling out of the rad new video project out of Tennessee called "Conjure", we heard from the video maker Josh Shupe that he just launched the full video on his personal Youtube Channel. So we're stoked to link it up here for anyone to watch that hasn't gotten a chance to check it out.