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Author: David Read

The Vans Nordic Tour Video

By on Wednesday October 22 2014 in Skateboarding, Video

The Vans Nordic Tour video follows some of the north’s best young riders as they destroy Copenhagen, Malmö, Stockholm and Helsinki in true viking style. Produced by our good friends at Bitchslap Magazine and directed by Pierre Stachurska. Featuring Nikolai Alin, Petrus Martilla, Björn Lillesoe, Andreas… More ›

Chromeball Incident: The Dill Interview

By on Friday October 17 2014 in News, Skateboarding

Prepare yourself for a 60 minute journey inside the mind of Jason Dill. Chromeball Incident have just posted up this audio interview with the enigmatic creator of Fucking Awesome. He talks about everything! Why he quit Alien Workshop and the company’s demise, Gino Iannucci and FA’s new sister brand… More ›

Bubba Bobby Worrest

By on Monday October 13 2014 in Skateboarding, Video

Some semi rare baby Bobby Worrest footage for y’all. A spritely-looking, pre tuff patch—but still going hard in the paint—Bobby. Filmed by Allen Danze and taken from the video Belly of the Beast. More ›

Butter Goods – Indestructible

By on Thursday October 9 2014 in Skateboarding, Video

Morgan Campbell, Alex Campbell, Casey Foley, Ben Gore, Phil Marshall, Philly Santosuosso and friends star in Indestructible, Butter Goods new short film. Filmed by Josh Roberts, Dylan Bruns, Quentin Guthrie, Zach Chamberlin, Thom Musso, James Robertson, Geoff Campbell & Ryan Grant. Edited by Josh Roberts… More ›

Manhattan Days – A film by Pontus Alv

By on Saturday September 27 2014 in Skateboarding, Video

Manhattan Days is a film composed by Pontus Alv to celebrate the Converse Cons Polar Skate Co. CTAS Pro and featuring CONS and Polar riders Aaron Herrington, Kevin Rodrigues, David Stenström, Jerome Campbell, Dane Brady and Pontus himself. Taking inspiration from back in the day when… More ›

Irrom’s Screenplay (2001) Video

By on Thursday September 25 2014 in Skateboarding, Video

Screenplay is not only one of the finest videos New Zealand has ever produced, with the likes of Bernie Foo, Gregg Timms, Nick Lister and Secombe Watene in its lineup, but it also marked the launch of Gareth Stehr’s pro career. Some fine, fine entertainment… More ›