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Habitat Footwear released this short Guru Khalsa part to announce his new shoe, the Guru Two.
Artist’s impression of proposed redevelopment Last week the Southbank Centre public announced new development plans which will effect the Undercroft space, or “Southbank” as we know it. The Centre has created this platform to for people to voice opinions and suggestions about the future of skateboarding at Southbank. Jake Sawyer from Slam City Skates wrote [...]
This trailer for the latest Bronze production, Solo Jazz, just surfaced on the web.
The latest PWBC camera phone edit just surfaced, featuring Chewy Cannon, Greg Finch, Rory Milanes and many more.
Manolo made this JB Gillet mixtape for Cliché.
Kr3w released this impressive clip to announce the addition of Lucien Clarke to the European team.
Photos Ted Newsome The latest Chrome Ball Incident post revisits Ted Newsome’s New York Minute articles for Transworld during the late 90s, which led on to Minute features on other cities. Inspiring stuff, but the Big Brother spoof is pretty special too.
Photo Sam Ashley Jacob Sawyer from Slam City Skates posted a great interview with Hull legend Scott Palmer today. Click here to read.
Our good friend Davide at A Brief Glance magazine just released his 17th issue, which features an article on Venice, an interview with Kris Vile and photos from Sri Lanka. Click here to browse. A Brief Glance also has a clean-looking new website.
The latest in Nike’s Inspired by Koston ad series features Maxmine Geronzi.
The recently-relaunched Metropolitan Skateboards premieres a new clip featuring Vincent Bressol over at Live Skateboard Media today. There is also a short interview with Vincent. Click here to watch/read.
Photo Jon Humphries Mark Whitely interviewed skateboard photographer Jon Humphries about his work and his beloved Leica cameras. Click here to read.
Politic has announced new rider Danny Renaud through this short Miami clip.
The latest in Nike’s Inspired by Koston series features Londoner Kyron Davis. Look out for the print ad on the back of the current issue of Kingpin.
The Philadelphia Experiment is the latest offering from Chris Mulhern, the man behind This Time Tomorrow. This new edit features recent footage of the likes of Mark Suciu and Ishod Wair mixed in with vintage Philadelphia footage of Ricky Oyola, Matt Reason and Fred Gall.
The Slam City Skates team recently filmed this edit at The DC Embassy in Barcelona. Featuring Lucien Clarke, Eugene Ochieng, Steph Morgan and Darius Trabalza.
The latest in Live Skateboard Media’s excellent Parisii series features the XIIIth arrondissement. Enjoy.
Jason Hernandez put together this tribute to Lewis Marnell for the recent Transworld Skateboarding Awards.
Nick Jensen’s new Thunder Trucks commercial is out, filmed and edited by Mark Jackson.
The Danish Street Machine team features in this new edit, which is Copenhagen-heavy but also includes a nice London section. Click here to watch Hjalte Halberg, Anton Juul and many more.
Krooked presents Brad Cromer’s impressive section from his video Lo-Fi.
Mauro Caruso’s new part for Kingpin is definitely worth your time. Click here to watch.
Phil Evans’ latest film offering features Al Collins, Martin O Grady, Daniel Stankovic, Phil Zwijsen and many more and was made using a combination of various analogue and digital camera formats. More information on the project and techniques here.
Tensor released this short clip of team rider Zered Bassett skating his new pro truck.
Portrait Henry Kingsford I first became of aware of Nick Sharratt’s online shop Palomino when trying to track down a copy of Slap magazine’s special 20th anniversary print issue. Shipping from San Francisco was too much, so I tried some UK web shops and the only place I could find copies was Palomino. Nick’s shop [...]
Palace just released a full Shawn Powers web part. Let’s hope no one got hurt in that collision…
European Skateboard Photographer of 2012 and good friend of Grey Marcel Veldman has been updating his blog regularly after a period of inactivity. Click here to take a look.
This 40-minute remix features footage from various tour videos, web clips and offcuts. Enjoy.