Heavy Hittaz, unhealthy diets, weed, big pop, and some Memphis rap. Why haven’t you pressed play yet?
How can you not be a fan of this guy’s skating? He’s got it all and he is bringing something unique to the table. This has to be his best part yet and also, as always, a brilliant job done by Jacob Harris.
The first double-digit “drift” leaves nothing to be desired, great work by all the “mons” and sublime editing by Jacob Elliot Harris.
Jesse Alba went to London and all we got was this lousy edit!
As the drifter keep on drifting further away from the shores they started at, we ask ourselves where to next?
This most recent Hawaiian edit might suggest that Jacob Harris will start to steer the ship east. Now that could be interesting!
A minute of Tom Knox is pretty pretty pretty good to watch!
Another one by Mr. Harris this one makes us feel bad about not driving to Vegas when we were in Los Angeles.
It seems like Jake Harris’ work is becoming more surreal bit by bit, from collageing faces onto people in the latest Atlantic Drift to some sound engineering in this Palestine video.
Some of these frames have even graced the pages of our Time Issue and through this video, they have been put back in motion. Enjoy!
The Atlantic Drifters dive into the realm of the hippy jump with some serious contortionist manoeuvres that shouldn’t seem plausible, or even thinkable. With the most casual destruction of up, down and around. This is a game changer.
Jacob Harris is back again and for number four he went across the pond and into the center of the world…New York!
Tom Knox, Casper Brooker, Sylvain Tognelli, Mike Arnold, Remy Taveira, Jordan Trahan and more.
Each episode of this series by Jacob Harris is a cinematographic masterpiece on its own. The level of filming/editing combined with the level of skating is just too damn high. For this episode of Atlantic Drift, the crew went to the capital of France, Paris.
Featuring Tom Knox, Nick Jensen, Remy Taveira, Sylvain Tognelli, Casper Brooker, Chris Jones and Mike Arnold.
An interesting approach with a refreshing visual result, though at times also hectic to watch! But doing something new is never easy and since Isle has such a strong connection to art let me say this, good art is meant to force you to choose, choose to like it, accept it or, hate it but you have to choose.
To get more in-depth click this link and read up on the project with Nick Jensen.
I guess you won’t see those guys skating St Paul’s in London anytime soon. Another masterpiece by Jacob Harris.
Basically, this is little more than an ISLE and friends montage that Jacob Harris made for Thrasher. Jacob is one of the most interesting guys working in skateboard video making today. He doesn’t work that much with double screens and vhs type of work instead he relies a lot on music and the mixing of style and action and he really has perfect timing when it comes down to suspense and breaking the suspense. The music in this video gives off a thick atmosphere making it quite intense but balanced because of the aforementioned breaks. To be honest the way he presents to us is truly his own and that is what makes every video Jacob makes worth a watch.
Featuring: Sylvain Tognelli, Nick Jensen, Remy Taveira, Mike Arnold, Tom Knox, Chris Jones and Casper Brooker
You probably have seen the parts of Marca Barbier, Maceo Moreau and Michael Mackrodt on our site already. Now this is the complete full length project about Europe’s three popular metropolises coordinated by our friend Thomas Busuttil. Very worth watching!
Featuring Remy Taveira, Kevin Rodriguez, Roman Gonzales, Tom Knox, Jake Collins, Jarne Verbrugen, Didrik Gallasso, Joseph Biais, Vincent Coupeau, Denny Pham, Dennis Busenitz, Kyron Davis, Marc-Alexandre Barbier, Maceo Moreau, Michael Mackrodt, Yoshi Tannenbaum, Harry Lintel, Edouard Depaz, Giorgi Balkhamishvili and so many more!
Documentary film making meets the outstanding skating of the huge New Balance Numeric team. A special kind of tour clip through the beautiful country of Spain. Featuring: Antoine Asselin, Jack Curtin, Arto Saari, Axel Cruysberghs, Jordan Taylor, Jake Hayes, Tyler Surrey, Tom Knox, Franky Villani, Flo Mirtain, PJ Ladd, Marquise Henry, Tom Karagelov, Jordan Trahan, Levi Brown and Mark Baines.
New Balance is doing some great things shoe wise, skating wise, team wise and of course filming wise, Russel Houghten is well known for his cinematographic experiments in the skateboard world. For this one, the guys went on a little trip and the result is very nice, to say the least.
Isle ventured out to visit the Bel Paese that is shaped like a shoe they came back with a lot of good footage.
Check out the article version of Isle’s trip over at A Brief Glance.
New Balance Numeric liefert wieder einmal einen Clip der absoluten Superklasse ab – diesmal hat sich das gesamte Team um Arto Saari, Tom Knox, Jordan Taylor, Tyler Surrey, Jordan Trahan, PJ Ladd, Marquise Henry, Jack Curtin, Tom Karangelov und Levi Brown auf einem kalifornischen Schulhof herumgetrieben und wurde dabei von einer Drone begleitet, die wirklich eindrucksvolle Aufnahmen liefert. Die Produktion von Russel Houghten erinnert ein wenig an das “Pretty Sweet” Intro, ist aber absolut sehenswert: Schon allein der Kickflip von Levi Brown am Handicap Bump…
Großbritannien hat im letzten Jahr so etwas wie einen kleinen Boom in der Skateboardwelt gehabt und einige Teams haben die Insel besucht. Auch das New Balance Numeric Team um Arto Saari, Tom Knox, Tom Karangelov, Jordan Taylor, Jordan Trahan, Levi Brown, Marquise Henry, Tyler Surrey und Jack Curtin war da und hat einen fast 10 minütigen Clip von der Reise mitgebracht. “Quids in” überzeugt mit hochkarätigem Skateboarding, guter Musikauswahl und epischen Drohnenaufnahmen: Da passt alles!