Inspired by brutalist architecture, the board graphics are a result of a collaboration between riders Chris Price, James Griffiths and Daryl Mersom, exploring the "dystopian image of brutalism, despite an attempted utopian purpose". The 10-minute clip, filmed by Stefan Darque and edited by Al Hodgson, features riders James Griffiths, Jim Silver, Francis Peters, Joe Coward, Al Hodgson, Daryl Mersom, Edi Poolay and Billy Trick out in the streets of Bristol and Brighton.
A new visual offering from the New Balance Numeric team as they present their brand new film – Tricolor. Featuring main parts from riders PJ Ladd, Franky Villani, Flo Mirtain, as well as introducing Brandon Westgate to the team, you can expect some solid skateboarding and an equally solid soundtrack. Click play above and head to www.nbnumeric.com for more.
New one from filmmaker Josh Roberts and the Butter Goods crew out in Melbourne. Catch Ben Gore, Casey Foley, Morgan Campbell, Phil Marshall, Taylor Nawrocki, Mike Arnold and Alex Campbell in ‘Step Into A World’ above.
adidas Skateboarding drop off another solid visual offering, this time capturing the global team blessing various enviable sports around the city of LA. The 10-minute clip has all you would expect from the brands roster, big tricks and plenty of style, be sure to check out Dennis Busenitz, Lucas Puig, Benny Fairfax, Na-kel Smith, Tyshawn Jones, Silas Baxter-Neal, Alec Majerus, Nestor Judkins, Miles Silvas, Blondey McCoy, Rodrigo TX, Günes Özdogan, Jack Fardell, Gustav Tønnesen, Kevin Lowry, Chewy Cannon, Kaio Hillebrand, Nora Vasconcellos, Frankie Spears and new comer Magnus Bordewick above.
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.
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.