Tag: Antonio Pekovic

Kuba and his Grey Area crew are back with a new one, which continues his exploration of Polish Plazas and the love of expensive great grinding stones. This one is based around the Warsaw monument for Wincenty Witos on which a movie was based “The Man Of Marble” which connects nicely with the look of the square and is most likely why it has been such a mainstay of a spot.

All said and done, this one has some thought behind it and we are excited to see what these “concept edits” add to the longer Grey Area projects.

Croatia’s Antonio Peković not only moved to Vienna a few years back but also managed to film a full part while finding his new home of choice. He is as talented as he is underrated and we can’t wait to see more of Antonio in the near future.

More about Antonio HERE.

In these difficult times, a title like “Push Button to Destroy the World” is not really something we like to hear but maybe we have to hear it. Our friend and Grey Area creator, Kuba Kaczmarczyk, told us that the title got inspired by an old Ed Tempelton graphic he owned back in ´95 and it´s a reminder that we daily push this button by using too much plastic, polluting the oceans, driving our cars or voting for right wing parties. It´s a hard pill to swallow but we are all part of it. So better make a change!

Well, enough of this and let´s enjoy the amazing skating in this video. The whole crew obviously came trough but we want to give out a big shout out to Agata Halikowska! She killed it! We are very excited what the future will bring.

We have been to Karlsplatz many, many times and this place is probably the beating heart of downtown Vienna while it can also be just a “Square” for everyone to sit down and have a beer or two. It’s impulsive but yet also calming. Luci did a “ur Leiwand” Job with this one, including all the homies and all the corners of the square.

One thing just left us wondering, how come Luci is the filmer, editor and the best skater in this video all at once?

Featuring Lucas & Fabian Jankoschek, Henry Gibbs, Gabriel Schmit, Samuel Dietzel, Jan Federer, Simon Trummer, Sven Langkabel, Thomas Fuchs, Antonio Pekovic, Anton Defant, Gregor Fuchs, Christian Schörghofer, Sebi Binder, Niki Hergovich & many more.