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Portrait Percy Dean The third and final in our series of short interviews with Emerica riders who participated in last month’s Made in Emerica tour features Londoner Casper Brooker. Interview Henry Kingsford Were you nervous about touring with such big-name riders? Yes, definitely. It was weird to think that I was going on a trip with all those guys. I [...]
Portrait Percy Dean The second in our series of short interviews with Emerica riders who participated in last month’s Made in Emerica tour features Andrew Reynolds. Check back tomorrow for an interview with Casper Brooker. Interview Henry Kingsford How did you find the UK tour? I was hyped to be out there skating with Herm (Bryan Herman) and Jerry [...]
Portrait Percy Dean The first in a series of short interviews with Emerica riders who participated in last month’s Made in Emerica tour features Jerry Hsu. Check back tomorrow for part two. Interview Henry Kingsford How did you find the UK tour? It was good to be back in the UK after almost 10 years. [...]
The latest Video Nasty trailer from Heroin Skateboarding features Tom Day.
This new Bobby Puleo part surfaced online recently.
Skateboarder Magazine released a new Enrique Lorenzo part. Click here to watch.
For his 900th post, Chops at The Chrome Ball Incident picked some great photos and ads featuring Brooklyn Banks. Click here and enjoy!
CCTV Surveillance Master Tape is the latest video offering from Nick von Werssowetz, featuring Jacob Gottlieb, Mike Diaz, Shawn Powers, Adrian Vega, Nick Scott and Genesis Evans. Hard copies are available to order here.
Heroin Skateboards released a trailer featuring Rogie for the upcoming film Video Nasty.
Our friends at Live Skateboard Media have the exclusive on Danijel Stankovic’s part from the Polish independent video Grey Area. Click here to watch. There is also a recent interview with Danijel elsewhere on the site.
Daniel Kreitem made this edit of Casper Brooker skating Southbank for the Long Live Southbank movement. Get involved here.
Photo Vincent Coupeau Our friends at Live Skateboard Media recently released a new part and accompanying interview with French Polar and Converse rider Vincent Touzery. Click here.
Ludovic Azémar made this edit for Antiz Skateboards, documenting a recent trip to Morocco.
Our friends at A Brief Glance just released a special issue with Vans about the recent Spring Classic event. Click here to take a look.
Science Skateboards made a not-for-profit T-shirt about The Future of Southbank, which is available to buy here. Artwork by Sam Taylor. There is also a competition on Facebook to win a shirt.
Metropolitan just released this short edit of Yann Garin skating Seoul, South Korea.
Our friend Nick at Palomino posted an interview with Florian Schneider, who made the excellent Pushed documentary featuring Bobby Puleo, Pontus Alv, Adam Sello and Stefan Marx. Pushed is available to order from Palomino.
Henry Edwards-Wood put this montage of footage from Southbank together on behalf of the Long Live Southbank movement. It is in part a response to Niall Neeson’s article for Huck. Get involved here.
Lakai released a Stevie Perez part to launch the new Camby shoe.
Head over to the Sidewalk site to watch an exclusive edit from Landscape’s trip to Athens earlier this year. The accompanying article is in this month’s issue of Sidewalk.
Photo Jonathon Weiskopf Caroline Rothstein wrote this piece on the film Kids, with particular reference to Harold Hunter.
4 Skateboard Company just uploaded our friend Morgan Campbell’s part from The Perfect Amount of Lazy. Watch the full video here.
Photo Sam Ashley Cafe Creme just posted an interview with Polar Skate Co. and Converse rider Jerome Campbell. click here to read.
New Balance Numeric just released this short video to announce the team: PJ Ladd, Arto Saari, Levi Brown and Tom Karangelov.
Magenta just announced the premiere of Soleil Levant, which will be held at Whirled Cinema in south London on May 11th. More details above. Screenings will then take place at the Big Chill Bar in Bristol May 15th and at Kraak Gallery in Manchester May 17th.
Jason Dill and Anthony Van Engelen yesterday announced their departure from long-term sponsor Alien Workshop.
Parlour Skate Store posted an edit from last Saturday’s Emerica demo at Mile End skatepark.
Our friends at Pass Port just released their tenth look book. Click here to take a look.
In the run up to this weekend’s Long Live South Bank event, our friends at Huck interviewed Henry Edwards-Wood about what the place means to London’s skateboarders.