Dani Millán came through with a new Tangram Division edit named “Papi” via Free Magazine. This video is featuring a Ibu Sanyang, Thaynan Costa, Felipe Bartolome, Dani Quintero, Carlos Cardenosa, Pali Negrin, David de los Santos, Deniz Yilmaz, Jorge Simoes & Juan Virues.
One of Europe’s finest Skate-shops just released a new video via FREE featuring Deeddz, Felipe, Ibu, Thaynan and many, many more.
A video by Yoryo, Roger Gonzalez and Dani Quintero.
Romain Batard made it onto what we consider one of skateboarding best platform with his remix of the Carhartt WIP socials videos. Chapeau to all parties involved.
Felipe Bartolomé is simply having the time of his life dropping hammers on the daily it seems and putting out part after part.
This 15-minute video does also include many other amazing skaters like Juan Viru, Thaynan Costa and Didrik Galasso, so enough reasons to press play.
“Never forget where you came from, never forget where you got the game from.”
Juan Virues manages to create a part at home in Cadiz and at his new home of Madrid, enjoy the spectacle.
Felipe Bartolome, Phil Zwijsen, Ollie Lock and Zach Riley went to Iceland together with James Craven for Grey Magazine. If we can believe the film it turned out to be a beautiful experience!
Photo by Henry Kingsford.
Some beautiful work by the talented Roger Gonzalez for the always changing but never boring Carhartt WIP brand. Enjoy!
As trends progress, it seems that every brand thought to itself “Get the velcro strap!”, and they took that strap and put it on their one-star shoe. After that was done they wanted to show the world and thus, the second one-star world tour was a fact.
Juan Virues, Felipe Bartolome, Ryan Townley, Dane Barker, Shane Farber, Kaue Cossa, Remy Taveira, Max Taylor, Paul Grund and Bobby De Keyzer.
Gangs signs, checks, fist pumps, devil horns and much more in this amazing Giddy with a strong concept that managed to consistently surprise us!
Who would have ever thought a remix of “My Humps” makes a great fit in a skate video!?
Jesus! These guys are having a run at the moment. Hamburg is back again with Nizan Kasper, Niklas Speer, Benny Vogel, Noah Moerbeck, Lars Zimmermann and special guest Felipe Bartolome, hitting the flawless streets of Paris.
It is no secret that we really enjoy James Cruickshank’s lens work, so to see these new Converse x Grey Mag edits drop is a joyous occasion for all that love Sheffield’s finest. Obviously, the fact that he is working with skaters like Bobby De Keyzer, Jerome Campbell, Harry Lintell and Remy Tav doesn’t hurt either.
After I have been absent for almost a year, I am more than happy to take up my work again at my beloved Placemag. And to start things off by posting a clip of my treasured friend Romain Batard is more than I could have asked for. As it is with every Batard-edit, Giddy #6 provides playful skateboarding at its best, where Romain makes even the smallest tricks look great through his classic Century MK1.
Featuring Rémy Taveira, Felipe Bartolome, Oscar Candon, Joseph Biais, Roger Gonzalez, Mickaël Germond, Alastair Pathé, Charles Giron, Edouard Depaz, Denis Lynn, Morgan Katomba, Lilian Fev, Roland Hoogwater, Danny Sommerfeld, Martino Cattaneo, Guillaume Colucci, Masaki Ui, Tom O’Reilly, Igor Fardin, Casey Brown, and Conor Charleson.
Special greetings go out to you Romain & Edouard. Hope to see you guys soon. Yours, Placemagpaule.
Carhartt WIP is going hard lately. First, the PACCBET collabo and now a video featuring: Felipe Bartolomé, Sammy Winter, Igor Fardin, Sylvain Tognelli, Tolia Titaev, Bram De Cleen, Joseph Biais, Josh Pall and Mr. “TAV” himself Rémy Taveira.
Guillaume Périmony obviously got so inspired by Rémy’s surreal talent on the board that he decided to incorporate none other than Hans Richter’s surreal Dadaist work in this video. A master chess move! Enjoy.
Photo by Maxime Verret.
Tolia’s PACCBET has teamed up with Carhartt to create a 12 piece capsule collection and basically skate the winter away. Turns out to be a very good looking line with mostly simple ideas put well together.
Filmed and edited by Roger Gonzalez and feat.: Felipe Bartolomé, Sasha Groshevoy, Jacob Sundell, Remy Taveira and, of course, Tolia Titaev himself.
Carhartt and Absurd Skateboards never disappoint. Good one, guys.
“Over a three week period in 2016, the crew – which consisted of skaters from both Carhartt WIP and Russian brand Absurd Skateboards – journeyed over 6000 km, exploring the vibrant cities, vast countryside and burgeoning skate scenes of the world’s largest country.
O3EPO, which translates to ‘lake’ in Russian, features Carhartt WIP skaters Igor Fardin, Felipe Bartolomé and Joseph Biais, alongside Absurd’s Tolia Titaev and Gosha Konyshev.
Packed into two small cars, the assembled team made it through five time zones, one hundred different skate spots and multiple bottles of local vodka. The grueling journey was captured by videographer Anton Beliaev and photographer Alexey Lapin, with the assistance of Kirill Korobkov.”
Augustin Giovannons “A.E.I.U.O” just came out with a second part and it shows almost a full part of our columnist Franz Grimm and a lot of good footage from a lot of our good friends. Arguably Augustin’s best work, so far! Berlin, Paris, Copenhagen.
When the skater comes with his own concept you already know that there is a great commitment to the project. Mauro Caruso brought over the years more than a couple of photographers and videographers to the Sicilian ghost-town and with the help of Ludovic Azémar and Carhartt WIP the result is here to watch. Featuring : Mauro Caruso, Felipe Bartolomé, Joseph Biais
“In 1968 Gibellina, a small town nestled in the Belice valley of western Sicily, was destroyed by an earthquake. Today, it remains silent. Some 11 kilometres from where this town once stood, you will find its replacement, Gibellina Nuova. Designed by some of Italy’s most prominent artists and architects of the time, it is a town unlike any other in the region, resembling more of an open-air museum than a place where people work and live. But in many ways, it is representative of the region itself, a place that prides itself on being different and where people consider themselves Sicilian first, Italian second.
It is here that provides the setting for Azzurro, a film featuring Sicilian-born Carhartt WIP skater Mauro Caruso. The project was first initiated by Mauro in 2010 only to then suffer a series of setbacks that he came to refer to as “the curse of Gibellina.” It was finally completed in March of this year. Shot by Ludo Azémar in a style that evokes the aesthetic of neorealism, Italy’s golden era of cinema, Azzurro effortlessly blends skateboarding, architecture and art.”
James Cruickshank is definitely one of the most talented filmmakers in our skateboarding community. This piece was filmed just a few weeks ago and features a small selected part from the European Converse Cons team and introduces a household name: Mauro Caruso.
A video by James Cruickshank for a brief glance skateboardmag, in association with Converse Cons.
Filmed on location in the region of Puglia, Italy and starring: Felipe Bartolomé, Remy Taveira, Pietro Bontà, Ollie Lock, Jonas Hess, Jerome Campbell and Mauro Caruso.
Film and edit by James Cruickshank.
“Spending a week with Madrid’s finest group of young men.” was the name of the article in our ‘Time Issue’. Those guys rule Madrid and we are all sure you will enjoy this full-length video from Madrid. So, grab a cerveza or two and lean back.
Filmed and edited by Roger Gonzalez.
Felipe Bartolome is actually one of our favorites. He’s one of those people you have to meet in real life to see and feel his power and the way he deals with things. Although he won’t be up before noon, there is a huge amount of energy parked somewhere in his body, that pours out just right after he wakes. His batteries are charged around noon, I guess.
When we met Felipe again in January for a Converse event in Stockholm, Sweden he told us to come to Madrid and stay for a while to go out skating with his friends. While he was probably just being nice to us, we had actually thought about it earlier but kept our mouths shut because we thought packing our things to visit Spain for the 50th time might be a bit much. Besides, we didn’t wanna make a false promise, of course. Though Felipe admitted he was a bit astonished when he got the call that we will be on the plane within the next few days, he surely responded positively to the news.