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Adidas - The Splits - Patrik Wallner

Journey to Tokyo and beyond in this visual piece from filmmaker Patrik Wallner. ‘The Splits’ showcases the adidas Skateboarding Japan team and introduces their newest team rider, Shin Sanbongi.

Directed, Filmed, Edited by Patrik Wallner

Additional Skateboarding Filming by Hidenori Tanaka

Featuring: Shin Sanbongi, Kota Ikeda, Laurence Keefe, Yoshiaki Toeda, Issei Kumatani, Seimi Miyahara, and Hiroki Muraoka.

Illustrations by Phoebe King

Music by Hubrist and vocals by Hidenka

Original Link: a.did.as/600987FFb

Cast: Patrik Wallner

Tags: Japan, Shin Sanbongi, Adidas, Kota Ikeda, Issei Kumatani, Skateboarding, Hiroki Muraoka, Seimi Miyahara, Patrik Wallner, Visualtraveling, Laurence Keefe and Yoshiaki Toeda

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