George Toland presents his newest full length video in association with GCS x Serious Adult filmed between November 2017 - October 2018. Featuring from Tom Delion, Jack Soden, Greg Conroy, Luka Pinto and many more!
Issue #51 is out now. Check it out in full here.
11 years ago this happened, get acquainted, appreciate, then support something dope! Big up Chris Morgan, Dan Tomlinson, Scott Howes and Joe Sivell.
Converses CONS and Hopps Crew combine forces! See their latest video filmed by Josh Stewart celebrating this dope collab with shredding from NYC dons Jahmal Williams and Steve Brandi.
Quentin Guthrie produces yet more visual goodness for your eyes. See Butter Goods’ newsest edit: ‘Spoons’ featuring Casey Foley, Phil Marshall, Alex Schmidt, Ben Gore, Tom Delion and Francis Peters all fuelled by a full English breakfasts.
A new Adidas Skateboarding clip filmed in Melbourne for The Skateboarder’s Journal. Featuring Morgan Campbell, with Louie Dodd and Phil Marshall. Filmed by Josh Roberts.
Childhood friends Leo Valls and Sergio Cadaré get their shred on together for Julien Januszkiewicz’s lens. See them slay the ledges of Bordeaux in this shared part!
'LIFE ADMIN' a video hosted by Gaz Eyres and put together beautifully by Joe Gavin. See NOTE Shop's latest video offering below with some photos by Ian Williams and Jim Craven. Watch this 13 minute video piece here now!
Roger Gonzalez' 'LENTIICULAR' for Carhartt WIP is now online. See the likes of Roman Gonzalez, Felipe Bartolomé, Chris Milic, Andrew Wilson, Joe Gavin, Matlok Bennet-Jones, Joseph Biais, Rémy Taveira, Robbin De Wit skate Paris, New York, Lisbon and Madrid.
Some of the raddest shit out of South Yorks from just over a decade ago, don't apprehend the appreciation on this one!
Chris Coleman has released his full length video ‘Objects’ an independent skate video from Melbourne featuring Joel Mcilroy, Matthew Portelli, Daniel Nicholas, Nath Olver, Richard Flude, Brett Royden, Chris Coleman, Mitch Carey and LP Nuku. Watch the entire thing here!
The Selfridges x Brixton's Baddest bowl is now skateable for the foreseeable future. See James Griffiths' photos from the opening morning.