Vans Skateboarding just released a new European-based video called “Much Quiet” via our friends over at Free and we highly recommend you to watch it. The almost thirty(!) minutes long edit is definitely worth the watch. Sirus F. Gahan did an amazing job filming and editing this one! We were especially hyped about the Helena Long opener part. She has an interview about the video 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.
“Lil Wayne, a.k.a Weezy F. Baby please say the baby” has made a triumphant return into the skate world with this part by Thames’s own Sam Sitayeb. We don’t know if Sam or the filmer/editor Austin Bristow came up with the song choice but we thank you for it.
Just wait until you see that Fakie Backside Noseblunt by Sam Sitayeb!
Watch more from Grant Dawson by clicking here.
That new Yardsale video is going straight to ya dome.
One of the worst things about skateboard video watching is that at times they can be a bit formulaic at times. Not stepping outside of your boundaries can lead to boring content. But being open bringing in other influences and just simply displaying your own interests is what drives things forward.
The latter is what we see in this and other videos by Grant Dawson, to us one of the most exciting things is the song choice combined with the editing to this type of song. Great work!
The Yardsale team went on a 2 week trip, traveling through six states of the East Coast, looking for cutty spots in weird towns and cities.
Featuring Curtis Pearl, Julian Kimura, Sam Sitayeb, Cooper Latimer and Charlie Birch.
A new London edit by Grant Dawson feat.: Julian Kimura, Jake Church, Sam Sitayeb and many more. A really raw and rugged documentary about the now. London is such a good looking city!
Over here in our office we have been quietly following the rise of Yardsale and it certainly has been somewhat of a meteoric rise. From their early videos that were in a sense riding the Bronze 56k wave, up until this moment where both their newest collection of products and the video element have risen to a new level. We hope the brand will develop further and keeps surprising us like they did with this one.
Featuring skateboarding by: Curtis Pearl, Sam Sitayeb, Darius Trabalza, Kyle Wilson, Sam Robots and Julian Kimura.
Video by Daniel Kreitem.