Gustavo Servin | Skateboarding Ciento Por Ciento | Nike SB Mexico
Nike SB Mexico’s Gustavo Servin charges full speed, with no fear, out of the historic city of Chihuahua.
No rail is safe from this young ripper as he hits every spot in his path with a laugh and a smile.
Arbor Skateboards :: A Team Excursion To New Zealand
from Arbor Collective
The Arbor Skateboards family rolled deep to New Zealand for the Mt. Ruapehu Gravity Festival. Liam Morgan, James Kelly, Tyler Howell, Brandon Tissen, KJ Nakanelua, and Kaimana Pinto spent their time outside of the event finding new roads and pushing each other to the limit.
Skateboarding, art, music and snowboarding intertwine in the timeless, weird and wonderful world of Jamie Lynn. Jamie opened a door to a universe of art and inspiration when he took everything he dreamt of doing on a skateboard and applied it to snowboarding. Jamie rides and lives life on his terms and is one of the most authentic, soulful people you could ever hope to meet. The fact that Jamie has ridden for Lib Tech, Volcom, Vans and Dragon for over two decades speaks volumes on his integrity and loyalty to those who have supported him through thick and thin.
Jamie’s interview for Snowboard Magazine Issue 11.4, The Timeless Issue was as unconventional as the 41-year-old Auburn, Washington native himself. We were all over the place — from Seattle skate spots, to impromptu parking lot jam sessions, and a nature walk at his compound where we watched salmon spawn. In that space I felt free of “civilian life” responsibilities and had a taste of how this iconic human maximizes his days. To Jamie, time was irrelevant. Life, on the other hand, is another story.
Directed by Susie Floros
Cinematography: Puget Sound Creative and Susie Floros
Editing: Cody Rosenthal rosewoodoriginals.com
Additional footage: Volcom, Lib Tech, Dragon, Mike McEntire
Photography: Chris Brunkhart, Trevor Graves, Susie Floros, Dave Marx, Corey McDonald, Scott Sullivan, Tim Zimmerman, Rip Zinger
Interview shot on location: Seattle & Auburn, Washington
Music: “Our Future” by Scotty Arnold, “Souled Out” by Scotty Arnold, and “Sad Varg” by Daniel Schultz
Special Thanks: Jamie Lynn, Amelie Lafortune, Jake Hanson, Jake Garrett, Tim Stanford, Seht Huot, Pat Barraza, Jake Price, Kyle Martin, Blake Kueny, Elliott Levitt, Mike McEntire, Mack Dawg Productions
LAKAI: VENICE TO VENICE WITH GUY MARIANO
from LAKAI LIMITED FOOTWEAR
Director: Federico Vitetta
Cinematographer: Amado Stachenfeld
Production Company: Girl Films
ZENILDO GUILHERME – STOKED & BROKE
AFENDS is beyond thrilled to welcome Portuguese skater ZENILDO GUILHERME to the family.
Take a journey with Ze around his hometown Lisbon haunts & spots to shred…
Edit by Ivan Vicente.
Get stoked on Ben Dillinger’s new part for his signature board. This edit is as crisp as it gets! Together with skatedeluxe we release an exclusive pro model deck for both brands team rider Ben Dillinger! Filmed & edited by Peter Mader
from Stan Evans Photography
A short film of timeless skateboarding style.
Good times and good vibes reminiscent of the 70’s, captured in today’s landscape of LA.
Directed/ Edited – Stan Evans
Featuring – Tom Ryen
from Cuba Skate
One of Cuba’s most creative skaters and surfers, Yojani Pérez Rivera reflects on how he and his amigos are #livingoffthewall to make the most of the little they have. Mamerto, as he’s known around the island, is among the most active local skaters advancing Cuba Skate’s mission.
Cuba Skate, an NGO created by American skater Miles Jackson, is in the process of creating a documentary feature following the lives of Mamerto and his scrappy crew, 23yG, to rally the international skate community around its goals:
1. provide much needed skate materials to the Cuban youth
2. renovate the only, dilapidated skatepark in Havana
3. establish the first skate shop in Cuba and foster a bilateral educational exchange between Cuban and American skaters
Arbor Skateboards :: Alicia Fillback
Washington native Alicia Fillback clocks fly time and gnar points every single day. As one of the hardest working females in downhill skateboarding she’s refined a freeride style all her own that mixes technical sliding, power, and a level head when stakes are high. Typically used to riding her Backlash 37 on the urban landscapes of Portland and San Francisco, this time she tackles the big mountains of Southern California.
Charley Ford Forever
from Kevin Strick
“Charley Ford Forever” is a passion project from cinematographer Nate Klein and video editor Kevin Strick. For those not close to the skateboarding community, Charley Ford, aka CJ, was a skater from South Central LA that was the unfortunate victim of a homicide on October 21st, 2012. CJ was on his way to making a name for himself within the skateboarding industry, having racked up a healthy list of sponsors, a ‘Mag Minute’ spotlight on The Skateboard Mag’s website, and filming with established videographers such as Nigel Alexander. Charley had an energy, charisma, and raw talent to him that magnetized people who, in turn, wanted to be around him and see him ‘make it’ in skateboarding.
from Run Riot
What started as the DC Downhill Club (DCDC) has grown into DC Drain and Clean – a group of skateboarders from the Washington, DC area who have made it their mission to seek out backyard pools to drain and skate – making unique friendships along the way.
Shot on Red Epic Dragon, Leica R lenses and Duclos 11-16mm. Plus a few shots on the Scarlet.
Special thanks to Anthony and the DCDC crew for allowing us to document their work.