Having previously combined on a vibrant revamp of the coveted SB Dunk High Nike SB and Thomas Campbell come together once again on a slightly more understated collaborative release involving the ever popular Janoski. Californian native Campbell has been tightly associated with the SB brand for a while now, having art directed the brands recent Chronicles Vol. 3, Nike solidify the relationship with another unique take on a classic silhouette, paying homage to the artists signature style.
Aligning with the aforementioned Dunk, the Janoski arrives with a patchwork inspire pattern applied to the side panels and heel wrap, finished with a creamy suede applied to the rest of the upper. Complimenting laces, white swoosh, signature Janoski logo patch on the tongue and a stark white sole unit completes the shoe, which is available to purchase now over at size.co.uk now.
Cali natives Stüssy present a brand new video dubbed “TRIBE” from videographer Jared Sherbert featuring riders Kevin Terpening, Caleb Barnett, Aaron Loreth, Jesse Alba, Max Klein, and Lance Mountain.
Filmed during an adidas Skateboarding ‘Away Days’ filming trip to Taiwan back in February 2016, this clip from Chris Mulhern features riders Rodrigo TX, Dennis Busenitz, Silas Baxter-Neal, Nestor Judkins and Dennis Durrant out on the streets of the East Asian island. The skateboarding is as good as expected with some pretty captivating cinematography thrown in there as well – another must watch from Chris Mulhern. Click play above.
Carhartt WIP Skateboarding have unveiled their latest video project – AZZURO from filmmaker Ludo Azemar. Centred around Sicilian born skater Mauro Caruso, the clip is cut against a backdrop of Gibellina Nuova, Azzurro, exploring the unique architecture and art scene of the old Italian town.
Check the full clip above and head to carhartt-wip.com for more.
Monster Children have dropped a brand new clip following the man of the hour Elijah Berle back in his home town of Santa Monica, California. The 3-minute clip delves a bit deeper in to skateboardings roots within surf culture and how it’s style developed from the beach – something that Elijah holds dear to his heart.
Watch the full clip above. You can see more from Elijah in the latest issue of Monster Children which is out now.