New Balance Numeric's video recap of their trip to New York, entitled "Pinnytown", has gone live on the Transworld site! Shot by Arto Saari and Russell Houghten entirely on RED cameras, you'll be seeing PJ Ladd, Jordan Trahan, Tom Karangelov, Jordan Taylor, Tyler Surrey, Tom Knox (no, not THAT one, a new one...) and Levi Brown more clearly than ever before. Click here for the video, and click here for the accompanying article from TWS' April 2014 issue.
$LAVE, OJs and Indy rider Danny Dicola goes through the evolution of his setup with Transworld. From Bobier's hand-me-downs, to one accidental session on the War Pig deck leading to permanent 9.5 status, to chopping his 215s down on his own - it seems like Danny's path has been pretty out there. Watch the video to the left, and click here for a quick interview and a refresher of his part from Radio Television.
Transworld has posted the New Balance Numeric "Red Winter" article - the first skateboard magazine feature shot entirely with RED video cameras. Jack-of-all-trades Arto Saari and videographer Russell Houghten document NB#'s chilly time in NY with Jordan Trahan, Tyler Surrey, Jordan Taylor, Tom Karangelov and more, and give the term "video-grab" a significant facelift. Click here to see the article, and check back tomorrow for the video feature.
The Berrics has posted the latest "Let Us Roam" short feature, which focuses on how New Balance Numeric, Flip, Mob & Ricta pro Arto Saari is transitioning from full time, non-stop pro skateboarder to career photographer. It's always rad to see what Arto's up to - and, as this series is supported by Leica Camera, you know the entire clip is going to be very visually pleasing. Take a few minutes to check it out.
Zero's Chris Cole talks to Sports Illustrated Now about how he views the world through the eyes of a spot-hunter, New York, his undying love for skateboarding and more in this short clip. In true sports journalism fashion, SI titled the video "Pro Skateboarder Chris Cole on the twists and turns of the concrete jungle"... it's a cool watch, though - check it out!
Plan B, Indy & Grizzly Grip pro Ryan Sheckler and Mystery's David Reyes joined Washington State's S'Klallem Tribe to unveil their new skatepark, which was made possible by The Sheckler Foundation's "Be The Change" project. Check out the video!
Also in the issue is a full Colin Lambert interview, a feature with RDS's TJ Rogers, a 5 Spot with Indy pro Leo Romero and much more. Pick up a copy at your favorite shop in the next couple of weeks.
If you're in Winnipeg this weekend, catch the premiere of Sk8 Skates' new video, "1987"! Check their site for details.