Posts Tagged ‘ Skateboarding ’

Apple Juice : NYC Skateboard Documentary : circa ’90

Apple Juice is an underground classic skateboarding documentary shot by Skate NYC locals from the late 80’s early 90’s.  Skate NYC is a legendary skateboard store that was on Ave A and 9th St. in the East Village in NY from 1986-91.

The film features Harold Hunter, John Carter, Steve Lavergne,  Luis Rodrigues, Mike Ming, Jake Aalls, Cosmo Singer, SAS, John Bruce, The World Trade Center and some sick skating!


Mark Gonzales for Supreme London

On Thursday, September 22nd Supreme will be opening its new shop in London. This will be the first Supreme store in Europe, and like its counterparts in the US and Japan, will feature the entire collection including skateboards & footwear as well as all special releases.

Skateboarder and artist Mark Gonzales created a sculpture and painted some walls for the new flagship store as seen here

The shop is located in Soho at: 2/3 Peter Street, London W1F 0AA


Nate Fantasia for 10.DEEP

Nate Fantasia for 10.DEEP from 10.DEEP Skateboarding on Vimeo.

2011 Summer promo for 10.DEEP Skateboarding featuring Nate Fantasia.
Filmed and edited by Gasper Chiaramonte.
Produced by German Nieves
Music by Cassius

Mighty Healthy commercial #1

Mighty Healthy commercial #1 from Mighty Healthy on Vimeo.

Bobby Izzo shows his skills in this short clip of him cruising in Brooklyn


5BORO FALL ’11 CLIP from Tom Colabraro on Vimeo.

A clip of the 5Boro crew skating spot after spot in NYC.

Etnies presents : ‘Aimless’ by Mike Manzoori

Etnies presents ‘Aimless’ – a Mike Manzoori film for “Public Domaine” at La Gaite Lyrique, featuring Jose Rojo, Tyler Bledsoe, Kyle Leeper, Nathan Williams, Cairo Foster, Ben Skrzypek, Aidan Campbell, Ryan Sherman.

Go Skateboarding Day

About Go Skateboarding Day

June 21, every single year.

What It’s All About: On June 21 skateboarders around the globe will celebrate the pure exhilaration, creativity, and spirit of one of the most infuential activities in the world by blowing off all other obligations to go skateboarding.

Skateboarders everywhere will show their love and support for skateboarding by holding fundraisers, contests, protests and demos. They’ll skate across cities, gather in skateparks, stream into their local skate shop and some will even revel in the solitary act of skateboarding alone at their favorite spot, bringing together the skateboarding community.

The History: Go Skateboarding Day, held on June 21 every year, is the official holiday of skateboarding. The holiday began June 21, 2003 as an excuse for skateboarders to make skateboarding their top priority. Go Skateboarding Day began with a few simple skate sessions and bbq’s held in skateboarding’s unofficial capital, southern California.

Founded by the International Association of Skateboard Companies (IASC)Go Skateboarding Day gives passionate skateboarders as well as those who are simply inspired by skateboarding, the opportunity to drop everything and get on a skateboard.Go Skateboarding Day is a cooperative of decentralized events that take place around the globe. Skateboard retailers, manufacturers, skateparks, distributors, organizations and individuals of all colors, creeds, and attitudes hold skateboarding events to celebrate the holiday. Skateboarders around the world create their own events and traditions to celebrate skateboarding.

Go Skateboarding Day originated as the day for skateboarders to have fun, to raise awareness about the issues we face; to show the world what skateboarding is really all about; to reclaim our culture; and to define skateboarding as the rebellious, creative celebration of independence it continues to be. In the years since that first celebration, the holiday continues to grow, but the mission remains the same: Have fun, go skateboarding!