Alexis Sablone kicks off 2020’s hottest trend: the socially distanced video part.
Manolo was kind enough to dig into the Magenta archives and make a ten-year retrospective, spanning 2011 to the present day and highlighting the brand’s rich video history.
Skate Jawn also celebrated their tenth anniversary with 10YERR, a full length split up by regional montages rather than parts. The Rust Belt Jawn section is predictably fantastic, and there’s some great Stalin Plaza footage in there, as well.
An extensive interview with Pete Thompson on the eve of his book’s release. Touches on Ricky Oyola, Lil Stevie, Tom Penny, and features some raw hi-8 contest footage from Europe 1995.
I’m always surprised by how much footage is filmed for certain projects vs how much footage makes the final cut. Daniel Wheatley posted an edit of offshoots from Lotties Skateshop Must Be Shopped, with lots of Nick Michel, Josh Pall, and David Clark.
Josh Pall also pops up in the Venture x Thrasher video alongside Bobby Worrest and Nick Mathews.
“If you want to make a proper living you have to move to America for a bit. I feel like that might change in a couple of years, but for the last 10 years that is how you have to do it to get recognized out there. But I know in the Euro scene they could get hooked up and still live there.” Jack O’Grady on Pass~Port, Dustin Dollin, and cleaning pools.
Two minutes of the Orchard team in Barcelona that will make you yearn for traveling (if you aren’t already).