We could write a long text about how we really like this guy or about how it is great to see our friends like Danijel Stankovic, Tom Botwid or even John Dahlquist show up in this video. But we won’t do that, instead, we will say that with people like Heitor, Aatsi & Elliot this one is a pre-sesh must-watch.
The boys over at Always went to Copenhagen for a weekend and brought back this clip. Featuring Bill Emmanouilidis, Pete Gronau, Levi Hinkley, Adam Delarue, Giz, Kyle Wilson and Heitor Da Silva.
Filmed & edited by Shane Smith.
The first real outing of what was thought of as just a lit crew with an Instagram account now drops the Swedish 2023 equivalent of Baker 2G. Oscar Säfstrom and his crew of friends – some of which you might know- rap, skate, sing and most of all ball out in what we hope is a continuous project called “the smuts video”
In case your Swedish is even whacker than ours “SMUTS” roughly translates to DIRT(Y), and even if you think Heitor Da Silva, Elliot Toiminen, Moshe Beskow, Axel Källmén, Berggren, Jonathan Sjöberg, and others all where pretty fresh this video might prove otherwise.
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.
With so many talents in and around the Bryggeriet’s Gymnasium, it only makes sense to get the people together and make a skate video. The future is bright! S/O to John Dahlquist and Steffen Austerheim for doing so much for the scene and still getting clips in the streets.
Check out Pocket’s “Followed” to get an exclusive look inside the school.
A new short but sweet clip filmed in Lisbon, Portugal by Calvin Ligono. Featuring Heitor Da Silva, Kyle Wilson, and more. Additional filming by Jack Hamilton.
Check out Roxo by clicking HERE.
Heitor just got it like that. He floats through the spots like a wave and leaves us behind with disbelief at how someone can look so in sync with his board. The non-skating shots in between made us smile, and we know he´s living his best life.
Austin Bristow did a great job with filming and editing.
For those who don’t know, John Dahlquist is a teacher at the Bryggeriet skate school in Malmö and he is one of the people responsible for the upcoming of Oscar Säfström, Axel Källmén, Heitor da Silva & Gabriel Viking who are also featured in this video part. Congratulations, John! Keep the fire burning.
Filmed and edited by Jacob Hansson.
See what we did there!? Almost half an hour Skateboarding from UK’s Palace Team starting off strong with one of the two new pros Kyle Wilson and ending it with the other one Charlie Birch. You do not want to miss this one.
Heavy Hittaz, unhealthy diets, weed, big pop, and some Memphis rap. Why haven’t you pressed play yet?
Last night, overnight, Heitor turned into the biggest pro in Scandinavia and had his former teacher waking up with a headache this morning. Allegedly the party had him sippin’ on something brown and smoking on something Cuban. With teachers like that Palace couldn’t deny Da Silva any longer.
To celebrate Heitors first Pro Shoe he does what he does best.
A video by Austin Bristow.
A video with an almost spiritual vibe at times, artsy at other times but not without some of your favorite skaters doing some nice tricks spread throughout!
We can praise this series for the cool talking that Mark Gonzales does but this episode stands out for his skating as well.
This has probably been both his best footage recently and at the same time our favorite thing Torsten Frank has made recently as well.
A very dope squad went to some great places to celebrate 2 really cool editions of their superstar classic. All in all a fun to watch, successful project.
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.