Breakdancing is so often seen in a bad way, thus becoming tired of existing almost. Luckily David Olkarny changed the perspective on breakdancing. With the help of Raphael Beyaert and Rafael Deprost they made this video called “Gravityless” in which the B-boy Karimbo offers an impressive performance.
Tribute to Nike Air Max 1 is a video made by Axel Morin, Julien Reynaud and Favien Berry to celebrate the 25th birthday of this populair, legendary and iconic model.
Kilian Martin and Alfredo Urbon share something. Something non sentimental: an enormous skateboard which they propel together by kicking simultaneously. They even pull a few tricks together. Check out the video after the jump.
This isn’t about warm summer drives along the coast. This film, recorded with a 16mm camera, is about a group of men riding over mountains, through deserts and making stops along the way, finding their hopes and desires on this raw, winter roadtrip.
Jeff Staple continues with his well-made series 1-2-1. For this episode none other than Mike Tyson will talk about his life and the special love they share together for a specific bird species. Press play for this epically edited preview-video.
Ryan Doyle is on a mission to showcase his acrobatic skills in the world’s most unique and famous spots. In seven stunning episodes, Doyle travels the world, meeting diverse cultures and performing his impressive stunts at the breathtaking sites where few would ever expect to see such moves. In this third episode, Ryan has travelled to the most familiar icon of the Inca World located on a mountain ridge of Peru, the Machu Pichu!
As though the subject krumping is a bit cheesy, the guys from Ogilvy Paris did manage to make this one in too a very personal and intimate narrative documentary about Joey Turman, aka “Knucklehead”. While he takes us on his journey as he defines himself and his lasting mark within the world of popular dance culture.
Dough’nut officially started as a real production company in the first week of May 2011. There’s been a lot of awesome projects and collaborations, but in the meantime we’ve managed to take some extra shots for our very first showreel. This is Dough’Nut 2012. Big-up Full Crate for the music and audio design and BangBang for the voice-over!
This is why HUF is still HUF. Even after the closing of their first store in San Fransisco, the brand keeps pushing their skate-roots towards innovation with steady lookbooks, beautiful garments and new patterns.
A nice little edit of an amazing skatepark shot through the lens of an camera mounted on The Hexa, a helicopter with an 3 axis, gyro stabilized camera gimbal. It produces this type of raw footage right out of the camera with zero post stabilization. Imagine what you can do with that!