William Strobeck ends the year with a new Supreme video called “Play Dead” and it will give you everything you would ask for, and more. This video is a must watch & Ben Kadow skating to a Billy Joel song is something no one asked for, but everyone needs.
Featuring: Tyshawn Jones, Kader Sylla, Ben Kadow, Troy Gipson, Sully Cormier, Seven Strong, Kris Brown, Nik Stain, Auguste Bouznad, Caleb Barnett, Aidan Mackey, Rowan Zorilla, Vincent Touzery, Sean Pablo, Sage Elsesser, Beatrice Domond & Mark Gonzales.
We lost count of how often we saw Aidan take a bad slam or hit his head on something, but that doesn´t make it less nerve-racking to watch him skate. Hopefully, FA pays this young man enough for good health insurance. In ” Randy Farkus” he continues doing his own thing with going down more steep (dirt) hills, maneuvering tricky manuals, and adding some sketchy pole jams to the mix. It´s always a treat to see some Aidan footage.
Finally, something we have been waiting on for a long time: the first full-length video presentation from Alex Olson’s Call Me 917. Now we are not going to give you a full video description but we will give you at least a few of our highlights.
First off, Alex Olson skates to a Rap Song by Nakel Smith, Secondly, the video consists of the team and their friends and last but not least, the soundtrack feels like a cross between an Anti-Hero video and Tony Hawks Pro Skater 2’s score.
Honestly, go watch the video. It is not what we expected, it is better:
Jason Dill is looking fit again and Sean Pablo is having a little break from the toilet he was sitting on. Growing up watching Deca’s “Second To None” video there was always something special about a skating in a warehouse.
Since the introduction and explosion of social media, every skater has turned into his or her own marketing machine with a great outlet for creativity.
Obviously, some are better than other some even turn into filmers, editors or designers later on in life. We feel this video By Cyrus shows promise, it has some noticeably strong minutes (especially in the beginning). But with anything in life don’t take our word make up your own mind.
Featuring: Cyrus Bennett, Aidan Mackey, Vincent Touzery, Logan Lara, Johnny Wilson, Max Palmer, Jesse Alba, Hjalte Halberg, Chris Milic, Paul Grund, Genesis Evans and more.
“Skate New York With the City’s Coolest Crew for Vogue”
Is the official title of this video and it is enough to divide people into different camps. The skating is obviously great and the music isn’t bad at all maybe it is the name Vogue that bothers people, we don’t know!
To us, the real shock is that more and more girls seem to openly show love for nerdy activities! I don’t know about you guys but when we were growing up playing Pokemon, kicking a hackeysack around or even skateboarding did not exactly seem to be that cool to the girls we were hanging out with. In recent times the script has been flipped and the beauty in that is what Alex Olson probably wants us to see.
We haven’t seen a Johnny Wilson video in some time and that is slightly unusual for the most productive crew in NY, sure Johnny has been in Paris working on Supreme stuff but in the end that is Bill’s thing. So it is good to see Johnny and company back on our computers screens with the 21st installment of his HD series. Enjoy!
Was motiviert mehr als ein Blockbuster in 4K mit Special Effekten und einem enormen Feuerwerk? Wahrscheinlich das komplette Gegenteil: Handycam, Die Homies und ein Spot der als solcher eigentlich gar nicht bezeichnet werden müsste. Aidan Mackey, Sean Pablo, Sage Elsesser, Jerry Hsu und Logan Lara sind vielleicht auch Gründe wieso man den Clip gesehen haben sollte.
Aidan Mackey ist der rothaarige Junge aus Supremecherry. Neben einigen auffälligen, äußerlichen Erscheinungsmerkmalen besitzt Aidan das Talent, Tricks gut aussehen zu lassen. Über zwei Minuten Lo-fi Aktion aus den Vereinigten Staaten.