Phil Evans is always looking for ways to portrait skateboarding a bit out of the boundaries the genre offers, and nowadays he is exploring the panoramic format… Throw a concept at Nick Jensen, and watch him run with it! The result here is a really good exemple of what kind of space a skater really takes in his own environement, his city.
As the fate of Southbank –the London heart located spot that even the older amongst us have always seen skated– is still uncertain, the locals have been rallying to explain the decision takers what this type of place can represent to the people skating it, and also to all the others.
The secret is now out the bag about Paul Shier and Nick Jensen’s new board company. We thought we would pick Nick’s brain about where he wants to lead Isle skateboards, on his board, but also under those boards.
We’re a bit late on that one, but since Live is about quality before quantity or promptness, let us urge you to watch this surprise mini part from Nick Jensen, for Thunder Trucks. Nick is in great form here, between technical ability and harsh spots taming. This should translate in even better stuff for the brand he’s launching with Paul Shier. Now that is something we should ask him about…