Christian Maalouf

Static State

Ben Gore recently demonstrated that he was as skilled behind a video camera as he is behind a photographic lens; now here he is again, eager to remind us all of how much he's also the boss on the other side of the lens! The proof is in the footage, in this clip in which he shares the timeline with Christian Maalouf, Kevin Coakley, Brian Powerdly and Jon N'Guyen, celebrating the release of a new collaboration line between State Footwear and Theories, Josh Stewart's labor of love. Actually, it's also Josh who's responsible for the VX and editing here, being again as proficient as he is prolific and guess what: nobody's going to complain about that!

Yes, sir!

The WKND Team is back for our greatest happiness by offering, again, an incredible vidéo: Sir Palmer. And their filmer Grant Yansura who had already made the Stories video confirms here that he is there for something! It’s bubbling with creativity, as much in the realization as in skateboarding. In addition they even offer themselves a small detour to Paris that only makes the video better.

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.

Free at last!

Could this be the first "real" video project coming from the State Footwear camp? At least, it would be the very first located in Madrid! In order to learn more about it from Push Periodical, here is the trip as seen by Chris Thiessen, in animated images.The crew did great with all the spots local Ben Skrzypek, threw at us, and the final results won't disappoint, as it is as fluid and adaptative as you would expect from them. One will also note the always surprising pop that Maalouf guy seems to have endless supplies of…

Chi-town

We have been discussing the Chicago case, via the Deep Dish edits, for quite a bit, now, but this time, it is the Theories colleagues that went there to see what all the fuss was about, leaded by the fearless Josh Stewart… Un-surprisingly enough, our local hero, Brett Weinstein, steals the show by demonstrating an inherent ability at tackling shitty spots, usually after getting up from harsh slams. An edit you should, and will, watch over and over through the week-end, and more!

The state of things

From an impeccable Jon Nguyen to the full of pop Maalouf, even on precarious spots, at State Footwear, they have hand-picked more or less the perfect selection of what is interesting in the American streets nowadays… Notably with that Spivey guy! Add some Colin Read magic, and you got the perfect blend…

American WKND

From Alex Schmidt to Chritian Maalouf, we have discussed them here, and they are all at their best, here! Enjoy fully, despite the fact that the week-end is not here yet!

Busty

This new episode of the best collab around these days –well, apart from the Magenta x Live t!– almost has a Parisii-esque vibe, and that couldn't be something to complain about. Basically, Los Angeles rarely looked as much fun to skate!

Pure genius

One sure thing is that the term "genius" is being misused a lot in skateboarding, but, come on… OK, at Live, we do take Seinfeld as seriously as sticker placement, but this has to be one the best introduction to a team ever produced… And all that for a brand, we were not even sure it actually existed a few days ago!

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