Posts tagged “NYC

Nils Brauer for 5Boro NYC

Nils Brauer for 5Boro NYC via Place Magazine.

Nils Brauer for 5Boro NYC from PLACE Magazine on Vimeo.


5BORO | 2014 NYC Montage

5boro has been around for almost 20 years just steadily doing their thing. Much respect.


Theories of Atlantis | Traffic Update

Rad new Traffic Skateboards edit featuring: Luke Malaney, Brendan Carroll, Kevin Coakley, and Yonnie Cruz, and with appearances by Mark Wetzel, George Hanuschak, Pat Stiener, Hiroki Muraoka, Deshi, and Rich Adler. Video by Joe Bressler


Al Davis Cons Spot

Al Davis in New York City for Habitat Skateboards.

AL DAVIS CONS SPOT from Habitat Skateboards on Vimeo.


Theories of Atlantis | Static I – “Northeast” Section (1999)

Theories of Atlantis just made the “Northeast” section of Static I available for your viewing pleasure…enjoy.


Theories of Atlantis | Time Machine #22 – Danny Renaud

Theories of Atlantis has an amazing new Time Machine featuring 5-minutes of never seen before footage of Florida ripper Danny Renaud.


What it [dot] be | Evan Smith Interview

What it [dot] be has a killer interview and a quick clip with Evan Smith.

 


What it [dot] be | The Good Old Days

What it [dot] be and 561 Skateboarding present The Good Old Days featuring: Brandon Damron, John Clayton, Bradley Cushing, Joe Locke, and Kyle Johnson skating Stuart and Miami, FL.


what it [dot] be | v02 Launch

what it [dot] be is an east coast collective of skateboarders, photographers, videographers, writers, and just all-around rad creative-type folks. The [dot] just launched version 02 of their website, and to kick it off they have a really rad Fireside Chat piece with Thailand native and Preduce Pro Geng Jakkarin. Make sure to check out the video below, and when you are finished, head on over to the new what it [dot] be and spend some time checking out all of the east coast goodness.


Evan Smith & CJ Dixon Skate Flushing Meadows

Evan Smith & CJ Dixon get in a quick sesh at the infamous Flushing Meadows Gap in Queens.

Filmed and Edited by Colin Clark.