Stevie Williams

"CLOSURE"

When Dan Wolfe himself uploads "CLOSURE", the legendary full-length video recap of his filmmaking career - between 1993 and 2003, precisely - with the best clips he ever filmed for classic releases such as "EASTERN EXPOSURE" and "REAL TO REEL" paired up with a lot of never-before-seen footage, with a healthy dose of S.F. in the mix as well, in the original quality and even clickable chapters, every man's quarantine is bound to suddenly get a lot smoother!

We'll also take the opportunity to link to the man's interview by Eric Swisher of Chrome Ball Incident, from the yesteryear. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and doses of culture can only be beneficial to one's immune system!

The ill shit…

So, let's keep going with the educational program, with a rather cohesive explanation of why Stevie Williams and Josh Kalis matter… And if you wonder what 411 might have been, think of some sort of Instagram feed that would have come out in tape every… What do you mean, "what's a tape!?" Ahh, nevermind…

Oldies but goldies!

A little look back, to the blessed (?) era of the Year 2000, when pants were baggier and with horrible cuts, and the shoes… Ah, the shoes… But let's stay focused on what matters: a time when Girl and Chocolate were at the top of the food chain, and for one reason –and the best of all– a team unduplicable (if that's even a word) for its talent pool of course, but also its styles. And, no, that post is not addressing only to those of us that are trying to hide a burgeoning belly under a hat from the latest drop. No, and this is the true beauty of skateboarding: it can be timeless, like a flatland switch pop shove-it by Stevie Williams. Yes, you read right. Why don't you check for yourself? You could get inspired…

Ledgification

OK, sign in here, for a little grind and slide course with this Gavin Nolan part paying homage to that one certain classic by Stevie Williams at Love Park, and focusing on his local Boston spot, known as "Eggs".

Concrete Jungle

Here is a bit of culture for your lunch break! This 2009 never seen before documentary will teach you that listening to hip-hop hasn't always been obvious, and that skateboarding has not always been as colored as today, especially in the States. Some archival footage is still incredible today, and some testimonies surprising, but the second part seems a lot weaker after, apart from the totally unexpected appearance of a child named Na-kel Smith!

Now you know…

No comment… Seriously, what are you supposed to pontificate about after this? "If you don't know…"

Fear of a flat planet

Base of all basics, "flat" as its called is what allows you to learn, practice, and then develop your street tricks, to finally adapt them to urban landscapes… It is also an art form of its own, often neglected, somehow! Little compilation of defining moments of the "flatland" game over the years. This selection might shock the younglings, and also forgets many important figures, but it still is a great reminder.

Hard knocks

Parental Advisory was no joke, and those extras neatly packed by geographical areas delivers on the customer service front. Then again, DGK got quite the casting, don't they!?

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