We had the pleasure to be at the premiere of Skateboardcafe’s new video “Tenor” in Bristol and it was lovely to see how tight-knitted the scene is and how the brand holds a special place in everyone’s heart. 10 years of Skateboardcafe is a big one and we hope it stays around for a long time. Congrats guys, you smashed it once again!
Filmed & edited by Rich Smith. Check out their new collection HERE.
Korahn Gayle, Mike Arnold, Shaun Currie, Harry Ogilvie, Josh Arnott and Savannah Stacey Keenan went to Paris and came back with some incredible footage. Notable highlights are Mike Arnold’s never-ending line and Savannah Stacey Keenan seems to be stunting on all of us by matching the perfect tricks, outfit, and spots together. Watch and enjoy!
It has been a little since Korahn has put out a part and truth be told his last couple of parts have been hard to top. This one for Grey puts Mr. Gayle in new surroundings, he did keep to true form and delivered some pretty great lines for his part with the London based Grey Magazine.
First off if you don’t now about Skateboard Cafe do your Googles secondly, the animations and music picks in this clip are great (more Middle Eastern music please), now let’s get to the skating. We already told you about Mike Arnold and Korahn Gayle both haven’t released a snippet of bad footage in the last couple of years. Now we want to draw your attention to the person sticking out most in this video Harry Ogilvie, the guy with the mohawk. In the Skateboard Cafe’s last two releases he has been sticking out by, his choice of spots, his tech moves in a punkish outfit and more importantly his affinity for squeezing himself through dangerously tight holes, squares, and gates. With every part, he put out it becomes more and more obvious that Harry is indeed a PLACE office favorite, click the play button to see why.