Adam Hopkins comes through with 5 heavy moves at Hastings Bowl in Vancouver. That was a textbook fastplant.
Nolan cruising… Lewis wally-ing… Lewis no-land… Nolan loses… Lew-cru Nol-wal… ok, Nolan Waller rides for Lewis Cruise.
From Mike McKinlay:
“This is a short skateboard film that my friend Matt Holdenried and I recently collaborated on. Shot over a couple of afternoons, the film touches on themes that surround society, nature, and mankind’s ever growing isolation.”
Concept by Mike McKinlay and Matt Holdenried
Shot and edited by Matt Holdenried
Produced by Mike McKinlay
Sound design by Mark Lazeski
Narration by Alan Watts
Leave it to Julien Stranger and the Antihero crew to drop a video this radical without any advanced notice. If this doesn’t make you want to hit the road with your crew there might be something wrong with you.
“Isn’t life strange, and rad, and fucked up… Thank fucking skateboarding for the grounding and perspective in this shit stew of consumer capitalism and naked hypocrisy. Keep it raw. Keep it lurkie.
– The management”
Before winter hit in Calgary and the rest of Canada, musician and longtime skateboarder Reuben Bullock spent a few days out skating with filmmaker Matt Allen. Reuben has skated some gnarly spots in Calgary over the years and it looks like he’s still not one to back down from a rail.
Reuben And The Dark are on tour in Western Canada right now, with a show in Nanaimo tonight, Victoria on Wednesday, and Vancouver on Thursday. Check out their site for more dates, info, and music.
The final stop on the Kitsch “Mountain Madness Tour” takes the crew to Lonsdale Park in North Vancouver, BC.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at Olive Skateboards, an Alberta based manufacturer of skateboards and snowboards for over 20 years.
“Did I just sack? Did I? I didn’t, but I did.”
All sacking aside, this looks and sounds so good. Check out the Street Demons online.
If you’re a big fan of “The Sandlot” like us, you’re going to love this video from WKND.
In part 3 of the ongoing Epicly Later’d series on Chocolate Skateboards, Patrick O’Dell chronicles the rise of Kenny Anderson, going from a Brian Lotti protege in Las Vegas to becoming a key member of the Chocolate team. As well, they touch on artist Evan Hecox‘s involvement with Chocolate and The Art Dump.