Element Brand – #CookieisPro Filmed & edited by Jon Miner. We chose an unusual route, and decided that working with team rider Chris “Cookie” Colbourn for his own pro board made more sense than just slapping his name on any random idea the graphic department could come up with. In a day and age when most skateboards can’t even choose their graphics, or provide much feedback on his/her pro designs what happened between Brian Arii, Element hard goods production expert & designer, “Cookie” and videographer Tom Mull was quite special. Working with Cookie’s art the two creatives got together for a period of two weeks working on different ideas, graphic placement and discussing special production techniques to create three boards that celebrate ELEMENT’s latest pro rider art and passions. All the three Cookie’s pro boards feature art hand-drawn by the east coast native himself, with one of the boards featuring two graphic layers that when skated, showcase an image of cookies.
Element Brand – http://bit.ly/timber-go-east The “Go East” Collection is the brainchild of Element Advocate and artist Chad Eaton. Inspired by Japanese Yokai, the ghosts of Japanese folklore, Noh masks, and the classic Sukajan or “Souvenir jacket”, first created by US soldiers stationed in Japan after WWII. The result is a fierce and boldly illustrated collection.
Red Bull Skateboarding – ► Subscribe to the Red Bull Skateboarding on YouTube: https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboarding”>https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboarding Patrik Wallner’s trilogy of skate edits from Uzbekistan concludes, as Ethan Loy, Vladik Scholz, Pasha Kuznetsov and Rob Wootton hit Samarkand. Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva used to be way stations on the Silk Road. Central Asia was a perfect meeting point for merchants travelling between Europe, Middle East, Russia, China and India. With all the cultural and scientific exchanges between people from all over the world, Uzbekistan was once more advanced than many countries in the region. Many of their stunning ancient citadels, mosques and madrasas are still there. Central Asian architecture manages to give their buildings their own special look. Uzbekistan – and Central Asia in general – is a very intriguing region to tour on a skateboard. It might be not the easiest place to go, but this is one of the reasons also why it has managed to preserve its authentic style and heritage. It’s always cool to visit somewhere that looks like nowhere else in the world. Red Bull Skateboarding on Facebook: https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboardingFa”>https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboardingFa… Red Bull Skateboarding on Instagram: https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboardingIn”>https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboardingIn… Subscribe to the Red Bull Skateboarding on YouTube: https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboarding”>https://win.gs/RedBullSkateboarding Get the FREE Red Bull TV apps for all your devices: http://onelink.to/yfbct7″>http://onelink.to/yfbct7 Watch Red Bull TV: http://win.gs/WatchRBTV”>http://win.gs/WatchRBTV
Macba Life – Featured skaters: Gabriel Fortunato, Nassim Lachhab Edit: Javier Menéndez Film: Javier Menéndez, Daniel Galli Music: My People by EHSR Skateboarding in MACBAhttp://www.macbalife.comhttp://www.facebook.com/MacbaLifehttp://www.instagram.com/MacbaLife
Freeskatemag – Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/freeskatemagazine?sub_confirmation=1 Filmed and edited by Kuba Kaczmarczyk. Featuring Kuba Brniak, Franek Kramarczyk, Juan Jose Moraga, Michał Juraś, Jan Henrik Kongstein, Tom Remillard, Michał Zarzycki, Didrik Gallasso, Tomek Ziółkowski, Eniz Fazliov, Tomek Kotrych, Kuba Bączkowski and Andrzej Kwiatek.