Mikey!

New Northern Co. clip, focusing on their Texas connection, Mikey Brown, shot and cut by Eric Nguyen who we interviewed a little while ago (in relation to "Slinky"s part in La Armonía).

It’s show time !

Nico Pasquali all in power in his new “Show time” part for 242 skateboards. Filmed by Manuel Muller, who told us that Nico would have already quit skateboarding something like twelve times, to finally film a few tricks every six to eight months. Well, I think we’d all like “quit skateboarding” as well.

Punched

Yep, the Hockey boys are continuing their spiraling down the abyss of ultra-violence on wheels… And, here, they do despite only having one week, and without Kev's presence! Yes, they are here to hurt themselves, and we enjoy the show!

Maker

You would have met  him, just like us, pushing around the French capitol streets, via the Parisii edits, which he was one of the main alumni for, before having to let him move him back to San Francisco, where he quickly realized his dream of creating clothing that goes a step or two further the yet genius enough concept of slapping a skull of sorts over a t-shirt produced in the Third World… Yes, Evan Kinori is a fashion designer, sailing his little boat in the exact direction he chose. Which does not stop us from being the of skater you would to share a session with, whether in Paris or S.F. as proved here, through the magic eye of Zach Chamberlin

learn way more about Evan, here, thanks to this interview done by our colleagues at Theories!

Recycling

I want to have as much imagination as these guys. When we think about it, it’s quite logic, you don’t have any spots to skate, so build one. But when we think like the WKND team, we quickly end up skating a television, then a drum kit, and finally everything we have on hand. Without even speaking about this crazy introduction, this is the perfect video to start well a new day.

P.A's tip: Erick Winkowski!

In his old parts, we could already see his baffling ease when it’s about bowls and more particularly inverts. But here, we have to admit that we face a rare specimen. The style is still incredible and nonchalant, the old school board is still here. In brief, the recipe has not really changed. But, in this part, he gives us as much street as bowl. The inverts and fast-plants that we like so much, plus some nice gaps and huge handrails (and even a picnic table!). So, the hardest thing now is maybe finding something that this guy is not able to do.

Tavu alert!

If, just like us, you have been following Olivier for a while now, you do know he isn't exactly the neither expansive nor exuberant kind, and that you do have to push him out of his shell a little! Especially if you want to make him speak art or skating. Let's salute Olivier Fanchon's work here, as he managed to capture both sides of him, in complete honesty! Ladies and gentlemen, here is Monsieur Tavu, discussing ruining perfectly good maps, and also proving his very theory –according to which he doesn't really skate anymore– completely wrong… A man of talents, but you would know that!

LDSxZSU / PREMIERE

We already knew, now we are sure: the Brazilian scene has nothing to envy to others. The style is unique, and the creativity is here, especially if you speak about the Salvador da Bahia scene. No piece of sidewalk is spared and anything can be turned into a spot. In brief, we may have to believe that Felipe Oliveira and the rest of the crew are able to do anything, from the impressive pop to the technical grind passing a doubtful pole-Jam. All that captured by the camera of Alan dos Anjos under the beautiful Brazilian sun. What more can we ask for? Apaprt from an actually cool clothing line designed by the Lukdetxit heads for the local skateshop!?

NCE / trailer

Surpise, surprise, some (really good) skating happens outside of Paris! And Rémi Luciani has been one of those keeping us updated on all that ripping going on South of République, via his Marseille Zoo series, notably. Well, here he announces a new project exploring further that, from Cannes to Monaco! Stay tuned, we say!

Patsy

A little who's who of the Theories camp, where personal favorite Brett Weinstein holds it down the way he knows how!

Greg Hunt / Interview

On Friday, Greg Hunt launched his first photography book in NYC, via the young Paradigm Publishing, with one hell of a theme, a friend of twenty years or so: Jason Dill! The occasion was too good to pass, to not question him about his lesser known passion for images that are not moving…

Bigger Spin / EP 004 - Bertrand Soubrier

Bertrand Soubrier has been on the board since the late eighties, and never once did he step off since. A man of phases, he's been a ginger, a Le Dome local, a professional, a tourist and more, successively, throughout the years. Beber is the man in charge behind the Haze Wheels and Basement Hill scenes, in addition to handling the fatherhood of his boy Martin.

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