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A month in New-York is more than enough for a lifetime of adventures to recall, but might come short when it comes to stacking worthy clips… Now those two did not mess around!

Parisii XIX

Our Paris visit, orchestrated by Greg Dezecot and Olivier Fanchon continues! The XIXth arrondissement on its own, both improbable cultural patchwork and an often heterogeneous mix of classic Paris landscape with already dated modern architecture, would already be the ideal playground, but this edit goes a bit further. This is the first collaboration of the project creators with Matias Elichabehere, a musician whose work you would already know from Minuit, Soleil Levant, or Lenz2… Matias even filmed quite a lot for this, on top of cutting a custom fit soundtrack, offering you a quite special Parisii episode. Enjoy with both eyes and ears!

NESW UK / East / Premiere

An important print project put together by Henry Kingsford –which you know for his Grey work–, NESW is also happening in the form of four edits each starring an area of one of the most dynamic and scrutinized scenes in Europe, for decades now… The second episode focusing on the East of the United Kingdom, is now exclusively on Live, showing sea shore spots under heavy skies and a DIY that would make you wish for rain. Yes, this is truly a seasonal edit, and it is for your eyes only!

It's about that time!

Since slappies are the trick of the moment, might as well get a personal lesson from the master of them all… One will mainly learn from it that the best part is when it's done with friends in the sunset!

"Pack of Hydes"

So, Wes Kremer can do absolutely anything he feels like…


Norvegian Herman Stene is not to be messed with, but in the end, that will stick in your mind is that one nollie flip…


Many would not know –and during some times, even the locals seemed to deny the fact– but Marseille is full of downhill streets, and therefore of the spots that come with that type of landscape… The youth of today have acknowledged it, and are ready to enjoy it, here with a little help from their visiting Bordeaux homies. Yep, the youth have got skateboarding figured out…

Milieu I part 1

Dedicated to the spot known as "Eggs" in Boston, this edit by Cuon Ngo reminds us the importance of having a spot to localize and rinse, which always leads to the development of one of the most interesting arts in skateboarding: the killer line…

Charles' tip: Bjarne Tjøtta!

"Way North, at night… The surroundings might not be dreamy, but Bjarne will make it easy on your eyes!" Solid skating, for sure.

A Madars world…

Little booster shot, in case you are not the addicted Berrics client: Minster Apse is now pro! And nobody should have anything to say against that: capable of diving head first into Thomas Campbell's movie or being a burgeoning TV reality star, he is above all one one of the most exciting skaters right now, and always surprises with crazy ideas, even on the most rinsed spots…


Hmm, skatepark demos with Lucas in top shape like here, it very much isn't the same thing, is it? That Dennis kid got it, too.


As the skies are darkening by the minute, the idea of having to spend the winter locked indoor is becoming a cruel reality, and and these few lines by Jake Collins should make this skatepark close future a bit more exciting than it might be… Where you skate doesn't matter, it is how you do it that does.