Hello and welcome to our first transition-based “Eat Your Veggies“. This video was actually not planned to be part of the series, Dave Morgan and myself just wanted to go skate this ramp, fuck around and practice filming transition. In the end, Sara Parson-Texas showed up to watch us. And after Dave said he wanted to see Leon (Charo-Tite) skate the ramp we just called him up, and he came down all spontaneous like.
So how did this edit come to be part of our series? 1. It was all filmed in one day, 2. It was all filmed at one spot/park, 3. We got inspired musically by that old Pontus Alv video, & 4. We had the right amount of footage with the music already under it! One last thing, Dave got sick (shingles) so this episode of EYV is also an attempt to cheer him up! Lord knows he has waited to see that Backside Noseblunt again & again & again.
So, get well soon Dave don’t forget to eat your veggies, and sorry not sorry for saying my battery was low so you would commit to that Noseblunt.
Sooooo… as you might be aware of at this moment we are entering another surge in COVID 19 and a big portion of us are heading back into a lockdown type of situation. Our last “Eat Your Veggies” was with Ville Wester and that was at the start of the first lockdown. We are looking to make this a series with more coming soon. But we are not looking to make the connection to lockdowns a tradition.
Anyway, just a short introduction to Turtle Productions. They hail from Austria, Vienna in particular. We learned about them during their Turtle Times run and interviewed the head Turtle named Lucas Jankoschek as well. This then leads down to us visiting them in Vienna and finally now this episode E.Y.V.
We made the most of the end of summer vibe we all had, going out to this old-school Concrete Rudolph park and finding out what we had for some of the creative weirdness that these parks often bring.
So, he we go the Jankoschek twins and Gab in our newest “Eat Your Veggies”.
Hey and welcome to our first installment of “Eat Your Veggies” a new and ongoing series that will be based on making visits to skaters, filming them for a day or so and then presenting you with some content.
This video was shot in Copenhagen at Ville Wester’s local Fælledparken skate park at the start of March just a week before the COVID 19 measures really started to hit Northern Europe.
It was still a lot colder than now but we still had about 90-minutes worth of fun on our skateboards! Many thanks to Malcolm, Sander & Linus who were the 3 young bucks trying tricks of the quarter keeping us stoked.
Anyway, here is some lighthearted content for you to enjoy while sitting at home expect more of these to pop up once travel restrictions are lifted or loosened.