Can’t figure out what’s the most impressive thing in Mike Arnold’s Adidas commercial: the trick, the stunts, or the editing.
Magenta uploaded a segment from 2013’s Soleil Levant of Leo Valls, Soy Panday, and Vivien Feil cruising through France and Tokyo, simply titled V. In other Magenta news, Glen Fox shares a part with Ryan Cunningham in Luka Pinto’s Pandora’s Box, filmed completely in Jersey.
Alex Craigs’ H’min Bam, the only independent Scottish video of the aughts, came on on VHS in 2004: a tad too late to be released analog, but too early to take advantage of the file sharing and social media era. As such, it never got the credit it deserved. Slam City just uploaded the full video for your viewing pleasure, alongside an interview with star John Rattray.
Lots of great San Francisco footage (including some peak-era Ethan Fowler and Julien Stranger) in Forties’ Amigos, a mid nineties rarity online for the first time ever.
Not really sure where “breather.” is from (looks like upstate NY or maybe Pennsylvania?) but it’s full of cool open air spots that’ll make you yearn for the outdoors again.
Six years ago, Theories unveiled Static IV to the masses at the Sunshine Theater. Happy anniversary.