Sondre Mortensen

Inside the Boxx

"DORKZONE 2: LE BOXX" is a new trippy montage by Dr. Phil Evans (already interviewed here) based around illustrations by Mike O'Shea, produced by Nils Svensson for the notorious skate school in Malmö, Sweden: Bryggeriet. Now, the luckiest of you might remember its premiere at the latest edition of Vladimir, and some might even remember the first "DORKZONE" (that the crew also just dropped online); this rather experimental piece remains funny and beautifully crafted regardless, and it might tickle your urges of pouring concrete and finding almost-spots, too!

"LE BOXX" is also the name of the latest skate café in Malmö and, as of recently, the whole Dorkzone universe is available under the form of material products one can already peep here.

The vibe of skating rocks

You're in from a big serving of fresh air, Norvegian fresh air, to top… Actually maybe even mountain air! Courtesy of our favorite Swedish brothers duo!


Combine Phil Evans and the Mortensen brothers, what do you get? Some "fun", caught the right way… Add illustrator Mike O'Shea, and you're in for a deep dive out of this grey reality of ours, and a breath of fresh air! Come on, now, just click on it…

Mortensen alert!

Good news this morning, or at least news from one half of our favorite Swedish duo, or Sondre Mortensen, to name him! And the kind of skateboarding he has gotten us used to, with lines full of good ideas and spontaneity…

Charles' tip: "Mortensen & Mortensen"

"Never the last ones to remind us that even that weird thing at the gas station, well, you still got to skate it!"

Free parking

Meanwhile, way up North, underground, or at least under a roof…

Augustin's tip: Sondre Mortensen!

"Today's best freestyle!" The Mortensen bros are back, and just four days, put a smile on our face! #augustinislive

Sondre & Amandus

Those two have it all figured out! Your Sunday evening "feel good movie", for sure…

Garage times!

Sondre Mortensen reminds us here the stone cold truth for many a skater poorly located when it comes to the Equator line: we are entering the rightfully so dreaded time known as Winter, with its session to any cost, in between rain, snow, cold and more rain… Unless, unless you have the proud local of a covered parking garage. You will freeze your ass there as soon as you will stop skating, but this should still provide you with amazingly smooth flat ground, and many, many layers of paint to scratch. And, if you don't have that, well, there is still the boot camp option…

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