After a two week period where nothing happened in the former, everything in the latter, the roundups are back!
This past week was the debut of Picture Show Studios, starring John Baragwanath, Taylor Nawrocki, Kevin Liedtke, Tyler Dietterich, Jasper Stieve, and Moose. Sit back and enjoy the show.
The Studio Boys went to Portugal and new pro Brett Weinstein is ripping as usual.
If you’re itching for more of those Sabotage dudes (with a little Kris Brown and Mark Del Negro, to boot), check out DIAL 215, a Philly-based Dialtone clip from Jake Todd.
Alexis Sablone was supposed to be in Tokyo next month, but pivoted her plans to reflect the life-changing moment we’re all going through right now. That Converse park really DOES feel like a lifetime ago, doesn’t it?
Zach Chamberlain’s Helen, his latest for Northern Co, is now online in full. Features great parts from Chris Athans, Tobin Valverde, Jameel Douglas, and more.
Chris Athans also pops up alongside Ben Gore and Ryan Barlow in “Slopes,” a dual celebration of Black Lives Matter and Go Skateboarding Day.
How does a backside flip this good just end up on Instagram?
There are some videos that are always appropriate to revisit, no matter the time or place. Penal Code is one of them.
While the fate of the Brooklyn Banks is still unknown, Jenkem hopped some fences in the dead of lockdown to nab some bricks and gift them to the skaters who made the spot what it was.
Here’s one we haven’t seen before: Julian Paccard filmed and edited seven different montages, each focused on skating a different type of construction material.
Happy Birthday Aaron Herrington!