Trevor Thompson

No pun intended

"HI8US" is the new video confession from S.F. hills' very own Papa Smurf: Ben Gore, pro chez Magenta, world renowned for his power and flick just as much as for his sharp eye, whether behind some kind of photographic lens or not. "A video about a tripod", or so he claims; a deceptively humble description as the edit is stuffed to the brim with genius skateboarding (and the occasional stunt) authored by Brian Delatorre, Ryan Barlow, Roger Krebs, Chris Athans, Trevor Thompson, Brian Powderly, Ben himself and then a handful of more, even. All in the name of his project: Three Press, and conveying some serious Dan Wolfe vibes, but transposed to the current S.F. scene.

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.

Maker

You would have met  him, just like us, pushing around the French capitol streets, via the Parisii edits, which he was one of the main alumni for, before having to let him move him back to San Francisco, where he quickly realized his dream of creating clothing that goes a step or two further the yet genius enough concept of slapping a skull of sorts over a t-shirt produced in the Third World… Yes, Evan Kinori is a fashion designer, sailing his little boat in the exact direction he chose. Which does not stop us from being the of skater you would to share a session with, whether in Paris or S.F. as proved here, through the magic eye of Zach Chamberlin

learn way more about Evan, here, thanks to this interview done by our colleagues at Theories!

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.

Raw Cali!

Those Threads guys know about that abraive and punchy street skating thing, and this compilation only confirms that fact, while also adding fire to the strange rumor stating that there is more to California than handrails in schoolyards!

Supervisual

Now, this should be your Sunday evening classic for a bit! Hell, why even Sunday only? This ode to skate videos of all times and eras, full of subliminal educational messages should keep you busy for a few hours, actually… This is a little treasure in disguise. Then again, a video starting with a Dom Henry trick can only be  a feel good movie, right?

Tip from Berlin (with no internet): Trevor Thompson!

Popped nollie cab always go a long way!

A taste of Florida…

Now, he would have gotten us at that very first trick, the backside nollie starting his line… But the recently announced on WKND Trevor Thompson definitely has a lot to show, and particularly a a good science of putting tricks in a row, in a pleasing order. Perfect. And, if the whole video follow the same steps

The flying guillotine

What a dangerous art can be the "intro skit", as it often flops while it should have been kept a "possible good idea"… Unless the WKND guys are behind it. And it comes time to skate, they aren't half bad, either!

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