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  1. Friday mix, uh?

    French man Julio Sola empties his hard-drive with this second visual mixtape and gives you a quizz to keep busy over the week-end: you will have to find out who is skating (really well!) all around Paris, Perpignan, Berlin and further… (A couple hints below)
  2. Rave Skateboards x Nike SB "H.A.C.K" / ARTICLE

    Since the beginning of the lockdown in France, the local geniuses behind Rave Skateboards have teamed up with the big shoe sizes over at Nike SB in order to come up with one special sort of "H.A.C.K.": the "HOMIES ALONE CONFINEMENT CONTEST", consisting in a succession of weekly Instagram-based contests but, also and most importantly, a constructive initiative for the scene nation-wide - as one intended to shed some popular light onto the finest, widely unrecognized local creatives' talents and their respective regions, including the skateshops that inhabit them, by being open to all entries regardless of geography, pre-established notoriety in the field and consideration for potential industry ties.
     
    Such a modern, progressive social and cultural initiative definitely warranted some attention from LIVE and today, we are providing you with a full report of the second round of that game which, at this stage, had to do with the spontaneous creation of amateur board graphics for every participant's local skateshop. A great way to content everyone involved, really, all the while injecting new blood, visions and aesthetics into the body of French skateboarding (an ambitious enterprise still currently ongoing with a third round revolving around constructions of the most original and unique skateboard possible, entries being open till Friday night - please feel free to click here for more info!).

    Around the corner of said third round, LIVE went to interview a selection of five participants in the last one - all now strong of the experience of creating deck graphics for their local skateshops, on the same level of merit as the other seven hundred and sixty people who also submitted designs for a good seventy stores throughout the country (!), but whose works caught the organizers' attention well enough to officially earn them the win in round two, eventually materializing as freebies aplenty for all parties involved but most importantly in the actual, limited-edition production of the submitted decks for everyone to enjoy. Quite logically, LIVE just had to catch up with those five chosen ones and now, we're also inviting you to meet them and their respective universes, below!

     

  3. SPIRAL TRIBE / MIGUEL ALZATE

    A few days ago, we were presenting you, as a Live exclusive for a week-end, Spiral Tribe, the latest 242 skateboards full-length, The Miguel Alzate part is now online, here.
  4. Spiral Tribe / Galerie

    Tomorrow, we will present you, as a Live exclusive, a new full length from Switzerland, Spiral Tribe, a 242 skateboards and Redline co-production… Two of the main actors in the country joined forces to compile an hour of the Swiss skating we've grown to like: tech and clean. Prepare yourself to meet the new Helvetian generation, and to also be reminded that the older dogs are still ripping! Oh, and and if you find your self scratching your head at some of the photo in this slide show, be warned that Spiral Tribe might have the best intro kit we have seen in a skate video in, well, in a really long time!

  5. Spiral Tribe / Kobra

    Ten days ago, we were presenting you, as a Live exclusive for a week-end, Spiral Tribe, the latest 242 skateboards full-length, and this part will give you a good idea of what you might have missed: street skating, tech and varied, in true classic and rejoicing Swiss form! Here is a perfect example of the new local generation: young Marcus Bruggman, also known as Kobra in some more techno-core circles, or so it seems…
  6. Meeting… Jason Singer!

    Surprise, the guy on the other side of the counter might also be a skateboarder! And a damn good one at that…

  7. 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.
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