Quarterbrick has sparked a street apparel movement in Chicago and it's spreading. Backed by heavily Prosper Skateshop, as long as they stay active, the only way from here is up! Filmed by Chris Tellez.
Filmer Mar Berg from Salt Lake City, Utah, just released his first full length video "Discordia" in August 2017. Now he's working on "VXercise" tentatively due August 2018. Just a group of homies from salt Lake dealing with snow half of the year and skating the crustiest of spots!
He is supported by BC Sandy Skateshop, Strive Skateboards, NewBalance Numeric, and Rudeboi Collective.
Featuring Flo Marfaing
All of this footage was shot for other companies that have put out this footage in various edits. There was a period when I was in Barcelona when a big time filmer got sick and I was called to cover for him while the Blaze Supply Team was in town in full effect. It was a heavy ball to pick up but I managed to make it happen and made a ton of new friends in the process. I had a lot of fun filming all of this footage even though I wasn't allowed to use it for over a year. Every session was still homies vibes, really positive and heavy skating even though some of homies I was skating with are among the top pro's in Europe. This footage shows a rare and amazing opportunity that exists for people who are ready and willing to work. Shot of the Lumix GH4.
R o b e r t o C l e m e n t e
I always wanted to make an edit at a street spot. Roberto Clemente is one of Chicago's chillest spots that doubles as a hang out spot because there is absolutely zero bust factor. The spot is gritty but it's got a lot to offer. We did not by any means skate everything there is to skate at this spot in this edit. Perhaps there will be a second edit! This is footage from a few different days of filming. Music by Lanzo! Enjoy!
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Meet Skate Dad, out to raise the best contest skateboarder the world has ever seen by any means necessary.
This short film by Danny Mullen touches on some important aspects of skateboard in a clever and outrageous way. Some words from the creator himself.
I think it was just wanting to tap into skateboarding' history a bit, because to me no other sport had so interesting a past. But also, I'm kind of fascinated by the growing split between the pros who drive Mercedes and live in mansions and the pros who can't even pay all their bills. "Pro" doesn't really tell you much about a person's status in the industry any more. And while the big money kids can be pretty cheesy and easy to make fun of, I do get and respect their choice to secure their future, so I wanted to defend that subtly too with the Osiris rant and the popsicle stick thing.