Another strong outing from Hamburg!
Fresh off that boat (actually this was produced before the cruise) Hamburg’s most productive group of skaters Stanley WE is back with a new project for our viewing pleasure. Those guys really put Hamburg on the map lately. Use headphones for this one, the sound is really good.
Here’s a little explanation:
“R. is a video-installation that documents the encounter of the Sculpture artist Roberto Cuellar with our Skatecrew Stanley WE.
This work was shown on multiple TV screens at the artnight of the SKTWK -Skateweek in Düsseldorf 2019.
The centre point of the exhibition was the sculpture of Roberto Cuellar and the walls and screens around it were ment for the other artists involved in this project.”
Feat.: Kenny Hopf, Christoph Friedmann, Dennis Behrens, Benny Vogel, David Neier, Luis Mathys, Mike Brauer, Johann Rohde, Johannes Keschke, Christoph Reinhardt and Lars Zimmermann.
A video by Nizan Kasper.
What do you do when you have walked through your city over a million times? You are probably trying to find new roads around the good old town. Stanley WE & Lobby Skateshop went a bit further, took the old concept of Hamburg’s famous Labskaus Jam format and got everyone on a boat cruise through the Hanseatic city. Hamburg knows how to throw a party!
Filmed & edited by Nizan Kasper.
Do you remember when Quartersnacks called Johnny Wilson’s crew “the most productive crew in New York™”?
Well, we think it is about time to give the title of “Hamburg’s most productive crew™” to Nizan Kasper and his crew of skaters. Video after video, edit after edit they seem to be “in the window” right now.
With humour, good tricks, filming and solid editing style that is his own Nizan created yet another strong video making sure that you, me and many others have to take notice of what is going on in the Hanzestadt.
Enough talk press play and enjoy all that the Lobby Skateshop team did in Malaga, Spain.
Shortly after the “C U AT THE LOBBY” Video Stanley We are back with another high-class edit straight out of Hamburg, Digga!
We told you before that our friends from the Lobby Skateshop had something cooking for the end of the year. Now it is time for you to see what Lobby is all about. Germany’s second biggest city always dealt with some kind of an underdog position, a situation that makes it even harder to shine. The city is mad underrated and we would suggest you take a visit with your friends, go to Lobby and say what’s up. To get you motivated for your spring trip to Hamburg you should now enjoy their very first promo video.
Feat.: Benny Vogel, Nizan Kasper, Lars White, Dennis Behrens, Christoph Reinhardt, Danny Stephen, Anton Wempner, Kenny Hopf, Noah Moerbeck and Christoph Friedmann.
Edit: Nizan Kasper
Filming: Nizan Kasper & Lars Zimmermann
Robotron has had a great year! They turned ten, multiple team riders have put out parts this year and Carsten “Barney” Beneker has been ripping extra hard since he hit that three-oh, so the bot chose to tour around Bella Italia this year.
Unfortunately not everybody could come but that left some extra room for some people that we don’t see skate that often. And with some people, we mean Julian Ruhe that sly guy truly sprinkled some style onto the pizza di-robo. Don’t waste any more time and click play.
Also featuring: Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Fatos Veseli, Kalle Wiehn, Jan Hoffmann & Dennis Behrens.
Film/Edit: Dennis Ludwig
Intro: Philipp Jadke
Music: Viola Valentino – Comprami
Was haben der illustre Personenkreis um Julian Furones, Willow, Johannes Schön, Jeremy Reinhard, Tjark Thielker, Kaio Hillebrandt, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Daniel Pannemann, Dennis Behrens, Paco Elles, Vladik Scholz, Kevin Wenzke, Gabriel Engelke, Eniz Fazliov, Lucas Fiederling, Charles Collet und Oli Bürgin gemeinsam? Richtig – sie alle haben bereits einen kleinen Clip mit dem Lousy Haus gefilmt, das dafür um die halbe Welt gereist ist. Lucas Fiederling hat sich an einem kleinen Best Of versucht – überaus gelungen:
Dennis Behrens zeigt uns seinen lausigen Nosebonk am grinsenden Hausdach, Smutje und NSVC halfen beim Aufbau.
Es ist noch gar nicht lange her, da war es nass, kalt und verschneit – genau, vor ungefähr einer Woche. Doch auch das schlimmste Hamburger Schietwetter hat Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Stephan Pöhlmann und Dennis Behrens nicht davon abhalten können, am Jungfernstieg an der Planke zu forschen.