Tag: Flemming Pedersen

Our friend Makke Bengtsson just released a new Malmö edit called “kiss me”. The video is mainly featuring Poetic Collective’s Eliott Toiminen who is probably one of the most interesting skaters coming out of Sweden at the moment. More to come very soon!

Featuring Eliott, Emil Olsson, Steffen Austerheim, Flemming Pedersen, Gustav Edén, Mateo Bergil, Heitor da Silva, David Lindahl, Oscar Säfström, Danijel Jugga Stankovic, Moshe Beskow, Jonathan Norberg, Tom Botwid, Samuel Norgren, Dylan Flucher & Simon Hallberg.

A new one by Makke Bengtsson or as he says: “Footage that wasn’t good enough to get used, lost but now found and also saved for this video.” – you can put it either way, it is definitely worth a watch.

Santiago Sasson, Simon Källkvist, Gunes Özdogan, Tom Botwid, Samuel Norgren, Sengo Prevost, Victor Larsson Blé, Flemming Pedersen & more.

Our beloved Swedish friend Sondre Mortensen again is bringing us a joyful video out of Malmö. Read our Interivew with the jack of al trades HERE.

Featuring Oscar Berg, Adam Lexar, Mimmi Leckius, Eliott Toiminen, Axel källmén, Oscar Säfström, Jonathan Sjöberg, Flemming Pedersen, Edmund Ogbekene, David Ahlqvist, Maximilian Garcia Olsson, Moa Zander, Gabbe Viking, Mark Mccoy, David Dalby & Holger Herslow Clase.

Rozzo Co. from Sweden just proves to us that Italian cuisine is poppin’ everywhere.

This company also provides a look into the world Swed-Tech which is still very much alive and kicking!

Sean Christiansen has been working hard for a minute now. From Green to Äckligt he has steadily been one-upping himself.

Of course, some of his homeys have now become household names but the video shows that the bond is strong between these people and Stockholm as a whole seems like a pretty tight scene.

One last thing, it is not easy to change your style from video to video but with this one, we do see Sean attempting to engage in new styles to grow and that is lovely to see.

There seems to be an endless stream of content coming from the shores of Malmö city, from last weeks Malmoe Tape, to the Polar camp and now a project supported by the city of Malmö itself (via the craftsmanship of David Linberg).

If 2020 will not be dominated by Sweden than we predict certain Swedish people will be switching citizenship just so they can compete in the 2024 Olympics. The talent pool seems almost as endless as the content pool.

And we are not seeing the same people, this video features a different group than for instance Jacob Hansson’s project. Showing in a way that a city of 687.481 people can compete with almost any European country as far as the talent to output ratio.

Anyway, great work by Mr. Lindberg and we would like to give a major shout out to John Dahlquist for testing the age limits on gnarlyness.

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