Harry Lintell Issue 12 Interview + The Cottonopolis Video Part


In conjunction with the online release of Harry Lintell’s Vague Issue 12 interview we have decided it’s an ideal time to upload his part from Sean Lomax’s Mancunian masterpiece ‘The Cottonopolis Video‘. Witness Harry’s efforts for his ridiculous interview below then watch his part at the bottom of this page to let him demonstrate even further how good he is. ‘The Cottonopolis Video‘ part was filmed and edited by: Sean Lomax. Harry is supported by the likes of Black Sheep Store, Real Skateboards, Converse CONS, Ace Trucks, Spitfire and Volcom.


Support Sean Lomax who produced ‘The Cottonopolis Video

The Blu-Ray DVD is available here

Regular DVD here

Artwork by: Jack Hamilton

Words by Guy Jones

Photography by Reece Leung

Artwork by Jack Hamilton

Sometimes the standard question, answer interview is unnecessary to showcase the incredible talents of all the marvellous people who we’re honoured to be in this magazine. Not that the subject has nothing to say but more that the actions are so loud that it’s often more than enough. In this instance we’ve littered mild text throughout in order for you to appreciate the photos that follow highlighting the unmistakable steeze of Mr Harry Lintell. Big up fella, you’re fucking smashing it!

Hippy Jump ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Harry Lintell is no stranger to coverage, and the notion of us still wanting more is almost comparable to his talent on the useless wooden toy.

Frontside 50-50 grind ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Growing up between Texas and Ashford which may be the international equivalent of each other as to the best of our knowledge only the Lintell’s have resided in both.

Backside 180 kickflip up ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Now finding a base in Manchester, Harry has made his mark all over forgotten about estates up and down the country and now the skate haven of San Fransisco.

Boardslide grab transfer ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Artwork by: Jack Hamilton

His crew ranges between the numerous team mates of his supporting sponsors he has, the GX1000 psychopaths, down to the local people no-one has heard of but are integral to their scene in their own way.

Wallie backside kickflip~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Artwork by: Jack Hamilton

This is testament to his character, as he’s obviously incredible on a skateboard but has time for everyone, which is lacking in so many ‘superstars’ in this day and age where arrogance is almost contagious.

Kickflip frontside ball ride ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Switch backside boardslide ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

This is transparent in all his video outputs ranging from banging parts for renowned companies to any scene edit that is lucky enough to have him in the immediate vicinity.

Artwork by: Jack Hamilton

Double rail ollie ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Outside of street shralping Harry’s found himself in various situations of hilarity where you can have the pleasure of asking him about in person rather than diluting them in these pages.

Frontside 5-0 ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

Artwork by: Jack Hamilton

Frontside boardslide ~ Photo by: Reece Leung

From humble beginnings in Sidewalk Magazine (R.I.P.) to having the outstanding last part in the legendary publication’s video ‘In Progress’ ‘Hairy Lentil’s’ has come so far all naturally and with utmost of modesty and is recognised far beyond the British Isles. Thank you for your amazing output Harry and we’re stoked on how gothic your appearance is now. Keep being you and the skateboarding world will forever be appreciative.

Harry Lintell – The Cottonopolis Video by Sean Lomax

Filmed and Edited by: Sean Lomax

Support ‘The Cottonopolis Video

The Blu-Ray DVD is available here

Regular DVD here