RELIC REEL! In its entirety. This premiered a couple months ago on Libve Skateboard Media for a limited time of 24 hours. What you may not have noticed is that the link never went down and was still available for yet another viewing.
Relic Reel was shot and cut by Evan Collisson and Jarod Taber. Just two guys who were both living in the Berkeley and Oakland at the time, who with their collective creative efforts, some friends, and a VX1000 created this original slice of internet skate video history.
Evan had this to say about their video :
“People have been flocking to the ‘free n easy’ skateboard mecca that is San Francisco for donkeys years. With such a tight knit scene, outsiders ricochet between the Bay Area’s micro-cliques and create new bonds between the cracks. Shot on super 8 film and vx1000 to a soundtrack as potpourri as it’s skaters, The Relic Reel rolls in the spirit of brotherly love, capturing a mosaic of casual sessions with new friends.”
Now online i its entirety….DEBRI2! The sequel to DEBRIS, brought to by Minnesota born, amateur Bratwurst eating champion, Pete Spooner. Get yourself a copy of the DVD here:
DVD’s available for $10 including shipping at mndebris.bigcartel.com
Includes Debris 1 and 45 minutes of bonus features.
Dani Maia Street Part
Jimy intro , Roig,Matias,Herbie,Jovi,Ray,Raik,Huguito,Ruben,Ricardo,Chano,Mario & Cristian.
Lucas Amador & Oliver Val ( guest Fhire )
Cristian Sanchez & Hugo MIralles , Beslan Tarchokov , Adrian Fuentes
Explore. Skate. Connect. Vibe. Maintain Happiness.
Good buddy of the Floridian Persuasion, Marshall Nicholson blessed us with the creation of his new website, A Tripod Quest.
Make sure to add this to your bookmarks as Marshall is prolific with updates and original content from interviews, to photos, to video.
Filmed and edited by Victor Demonte
Additional filming Shane Young
So in Japan, there’s Maru. The guy probably most of you are familiar with who skated for Consolidated and now skates for Evisen. Then, there is this guy, MARO, full name, Takamaro Kondo. From Tokushima, Japan located on Shikoku island, Maro has an oversized rear-end, a knack to skate some eye catching spots, and a rough and tough go get ’em attitude. Check out his part for VHSmag and read a short interview with him here.