Alex Amor

Barcelona mi Amor

It appears to be "TRANSFERS" season in Barcelona as decided and entitled by Mr. Amor; we're not exactly talking the local soccer boss there, but his Alex-prefaced homologue, the one whose actions are supported by the terrain work of VX-1000 and overall fine taste defender Marcos Lozano Cantillo (whose productions LIVE hasn't been without showcasing before). Without being extravagant about it, on the field, Alex sports the colors of Adidas and Element, partnerships he's acquired over the course of a career founded on sheer street practice - sometimes in rough conditions, sometimes on Spanish or Chinese, marble-smooth grounds - a title he's displaying the merits of right here, under the form of this new clip filmed over the past year-and-a-half, sharply curated and meticulously cured by his aforementioned technical assistant and also by Axel Serrat, who issued a corresponding zine as his press report (rare, sought-after items only available straight from the manufacturers and collectors). Alex Amor's game is deep, with fluid technique and heat only sublimed by the effervescent rumble of the stadium.

Roots Skateshop set up a big screen broadcast of the game last month already - in the meantime, there is no doubt that Sants' most wanted crew has been working on more, so stay tuned!

Good vibes

Spend the whole day on a spot, without necessarily skating, know the story behind the few graphs on the spot, maybe film some tricks and take the opportunity to immortalize what’s going on around. “Being part of that shit”, as states Josh Kalis. Marcos Lozano Cantillo makes us discover this late 90’s vibe, still alive nowadays in the heart of Barcelona, at the spot of Sants.

And for the most interested of you, we have three "Demokratia 2" zines by photographer David Susko for you to win.  Head over now to LIVE Instagram account.

Vigo hills

Vigo might not be among the most known destinations of Spain, despite… Despite a handful of hills that make for an unknown pocket paradise, if you love going fast, real fast on four wheels. And that would be forgetting that, as all streets in Spain do, the hills will naturally lead you to, here on the waterfront, to a couple marble plazas to meet up with the locs. Here, the Iberic Adidas crew shows you what a couple days there could look like. Do remember that the weather can be temperamental, there, though…

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