13 minutes of long grinds and good times... this video documents an epic evening of good skateboarding and even better memories thanks to PBR, Whalebone Creative, and Wampum Skate Shop. Enjoy...
Filmed By: Grant Monahan and Quinn Knight
September 25th, 2013...
To celebrate the #20yearsofgirl exhibition at Antisocial Skateboard Shop and to commemorate the official proclamation of August 29th, 2013 being "Rick Howard Appreciation Day" in Vancouver, members of the Girl and Chocolate teams converged on the Chuck Bailey skatepark in Surrey, BC on August 30th for the "Mounted Cops/Two Stops" demo.
In order of appearance: Sean Malto, Rick McCrank, Raven Tershy, Cory Kennedy, Elijah Berle.
Filmed & Edited by: Antosh Cimoszko
Music: "They Came In Through The Window" by Night Beats
#20yearsofgirl exhibition slideshow:
A talented skateboarder and photographer, Nick Garcia combined his two passions on his new signature colorway of the etnies RCT. Nick’s RCT takes inspiration and elements from his Canon AE-1 35mm camera on the heels of the shoes showing the focus and aperture markings, and on the footbeds highlighting a filmstrip and his photography. Even the etnies RAP bar on the side of the shoe is modeled after the leather wrapped body of his camera.
The Nick Garcia RCT (black/white) is available now on etnies.com and at finer skate shops globally.
See more of Nick's photography and the etnies RCT at etni.es/nick-garcia-rct
While shooting the Concrete Skateboarding Issue 125 (release date: June 17, 2013) "DC Canada in Arizona" headline feature, Brian Caissie affixed an olloclip to his iPhone and filmed warm-ups and outtakes utilizing an 8mm film app. Catch some skateboarding (and a few shenanigans) from Josh Clark, Sascha Daley, Morgan Smith, Chad Dickson, Micky Papa, Will Marshall, Bobby De Keyzer and Charles Deschamps.
Filmed & Edited by: Brian Caissie
Music: "Eyes Of A Dreamer" by Charles Manson / "Get Higher" by Juicy J
DC Canada in Arizona Bonus Flickr Set:
Concrete #125 DC Canada in Arizona digital feature and official video:
Chris Haslam has had three Concrete Skateboarding Magazine covers over the years, and since one of them is featured on our Issue 125 (release date: June 17, 2013) "Past Blast" spread, photo editor Brian Caissie decided to dust off his VX tapes and put together a raw edit of previously seen and unseen Haslam footage spanning from 2002-2007.
Locations: Metro Vancouver, BC / RDS Indoor Park (Richmond, BC) / Hawaii / Shanghai, China
Filmed & Edited by Brian Caissie
View Haslam's Concrete covers here: