Like butter!

Kiwis meet roastbeefs would be the least politically (and technically, even) correct possible, but oh-so-(anti-)gastronomic alternative title for this new amazing web clip from our Australian friends over at Buttergoods, who recently had a lot on their plate as they went to the UK and all they came back with was this not-lousy-whatsoever "Spoons": an impeccable edit of raw street skating bound to deliver enough weight to quench even the worst brick craving. Even the locals get to shine, the VX work is masterful and the editing flows super well, interestingly reminiscinent of another brand from Australia, the renowned Pass-Port. I guess you guys just might have good taste in general down under!

Marble Exposure!

"Leo And Sergio" - one, two, what is this? Nothing but the new production from the man behind "Bordeaux Exposure" 1 and 2Julien Januszkiewicz, who jumped on the opportunity to gather two iconic Bordeaux heads: Leo Valls (who no longer needs an introduction) and local O.G. Sergio Cadaré, who strongly inspired and influenced Leo as a kid and used to rep his city to the max in the previous decade. After an extended stay in California, Sergio is back to claim all the new bench spots Bordeaux now has to offer, all the while sharing nothing but good vibes with Leo - himself no stranger to ledge tech. The resulting piece is one explosive mix that's bound to catch you off guard!

Saturday Night Hop(p)s

2018 is over already; the web clip of the year just dropped. Josh Stewart, of classic independent video series "Static" and underground institution Theories Of Atlantis fame, was hired by Converse to capture the essence of the brand's newest collaboration capsule with Jahmal Williams' (delicious) board company, Hopps Skateboarding. Now in his forties, Jahmal is a living legend of East Coast skateboard throughout the decades and most importantly, never ever stopped doing his thing; pure passion is what translates in his style based on quick reflexes, creative spot use, timeless smoothness and sharp aesthetics, as you can yourself attest upon watching the resulting short film (no less) capturing his exploration of N.Y.C. alongside another OG: Steve Brandi. Not one to just pump out lazy ads, Josh went for a truly cinematographic approach and mixed media pairing incredible Super 8 and 16 mm shots of the Big Apple and its landscape with his trademark laser-cut VX-1000 clips of people skating it amazingly. The final mix is an absolute hit, and reminiscent of traditional local fragrances such as Dan Wolfe's "Eastern Exposure" series or "A Love Supreme" by Thomas Campbell. You'll be rewatching this one!

Two hundred and forty two out of ten

What do you get when you mix a very good control of flatground, a lot of ease on the ledges, a clean style without burrs and a skill more than impressive on two wheels? Well we get Jordan Queijo, for example, just for you, this is his last part for our Swiss friends from 242.

Spectaacular!

Carhartt W.I.P. gathered one heavy crew for Lentiicular, a collecti(i)on of clips filmed over the span of three years between New York, Paris, Madrid and Lisbon. Roger Gonzales' video work is simply beautiful and the cast only makes it more incredible, with a great mix of styles such as those of Andrew Wilson, Remy Taveira, Tolia Titaev, Felipe Bartolomé, Joseph Biais, Taylor Caruso and even Chris Milic. But above all, finally we get to enjoy a real part from Roman Gonzales who as usual never fails at getting creative, gracious and technical.

Do get Huffy!

Real Skateboards and HUF just teamed up to drop this retrospective web clip of the aforementioned shoe company's founder: the ever-so-gracious Keith Hufnagel, whose legacy is strong of having left a huge mark on both the East and West coasts of the U.S. throughout the nineties and naughts (his N.Y.C. prowess being notably documented in the Zoo York video "Peep This", in which he turns those streets upside down alongside a certain Quim Cardona). Huf has been pro for Real since 1993; and that span of twenty-five years of repping the brand is exactly what this edit aims at retracing, recycling a curated selection of clips from the past Real videos, ranging from "Non Fiction" (1997) to "Since Day One" (2011), without forgetting about "Real to Reel" (2001) and "Roll Forever" (2005). We're even gifted with some small talk and recent crusing clips; eventually, the resulting edit is as easy on the eyes as Huf's floaty style, the cameras will make many an OG nostalgic and most importantly, the whole thing is a great history lesson and source of inspiration, hopefully, straight from one of street skating's timeless pioneers!

Bastien Marlin "Iretge" / 5W's!

"Iretge" is the title of the book telling the journey of artists ADEC, Brokovich and Arkane, gone to paint, perform, and build along the way. From the Vercors region to Carcassonne, they were bound to run into flesh-and-blood "iretges", and Bastien Marlin was one of them. Long-time skater and D.I.Y. enthusiast, he is just the iretge we needed, so why deprive ourselves of a small interview?

Free Travel !

You aren't dreaming - yes, Free Travel! News even more exciting than you originally thought they would be, as that's actually the name of the newest S.F.-based clothing brand, a spiritual lovechild birthed by the hearts and souls of Bay Area OG John Lindsay (who's since moved, but had to leave some of his heavy legacy there) and filmmaker Chris Thiessen (notably the man behind the last few TransWorld SKATEboarding full-length videos to date; a topic he has discussed with us before, here!). The resulting garment isn't their only colorful output, too: so are the painted houses and warm tones so typical of the City that the Free Travel team zooms past; a roster comprising the ever-so-productive Chris Athans (Northern Co. and State's latest recruit), Jesse Narvaez (ex-Rasa Libre, Matt Field's company), a Ryan Barlow who always looks down to get high on a skateboard the specific mind-boggling ways he knows how, and then the appropriately named Mike Bloodsworth who goes in. This first edit of theirs actually makes you want to go on (idealistically free?) travels headed towards the hills of a particularly effervescent S.F. these days, as half the Free Travel crew just so happens to be involved in yet another promising, new enterprise: Loophole Wheels, with Zach Chamberlin. Unstoppable, these guys!

No I in Pop!

Some new new, or at least some new faces at Pop! But, fear not, they fit perfectly in the crew, while still adding their own little thing! On the other, they also stick on the strict Dutch rule of having a name no one will ever remember…

LA FRENCH TECH

So! The guys from Blaze are in a hell of a shape. Thirty days of skateboarding between Lyon, Marseille and Paris were enough for them to film French Diplomacy. Matisse Banc, spectacular as usual, took care of the bangers, while the entire team imposed itself as true ledge killers with combinations always more and more technical.

Evening glory

Hjalte at Stalin Platz is about a match made in heaven, isn't it? Oh, and Nik Stain reminds us all (well, we look at you, youngsters!) what a proper backside smith is made of, and our very own Paul Grund explodes a few of those glorious moments he is famous for. Another great Ben Chadourne work, we tell ya!

Be Nice!

"NCE" is Rémi Luciani aka. Marseille Zoo's latest full-length effort, yet again blessing the South Eastern region of France with now more than his eponymous videos. Because Rémi did leave Marseille, but didn't venture very far away either as "NCE" remains focused on the area he really never left - just more underepresented cities and scenes this time, the ones of Nice but also of Cannes, Antibes and Monaco. Rémi's VX work is frenetic, taking notes from Chris Thiessen (the man behind the last TransWorld videos), the kids are alright and lo and behold, even Hervé Coneim is part of the gang!

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