Tag: Jeremy van der Eijk

Alex van Zwietering is back but is this truly his “Last laugh? We surely hope not! He has been doing some good stuff out in AGGA for a while now.

Some of which, now includes finding a downhill in the flattest country in the world, and filming one of the nicest Suski grinds we have seen since Aaron Suski.

After Rob’s part from this video last week we now get the full thing, “the whole song and dance” as they say.

Props to all involved in creating something new something to cherish and build off in the future!

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If you have been following Ziggy’s Horizontal series this video should give you a “Deja Vu” type of feeling.

Featuring:

Jan Maarten Sneep, Marthyn Guiljam, Reyndert Guiljam, Remco Stolze, Robbin de Wit, Jip Koorevaar, Pascal Moelaert, Roland Hoogwater, Sebastiaan Vijverberg, Jeremy van der Eijk, Jesse Voerman, Thomas van den Hoeven, Justin Wagener & Bastiaan van Zadelhoff

https://youtu.be/5T-Tc5DM9Cc

Ziggy‘s second installment from his “Horizontal” series is here, a weekend with Bastiaan & the Jumpramps. Featuring: Justin Wagener, Remco Stolze, Pascal Moelaert, Mike van Anrooy, Billy Hoogendijk, Jip Koorevaar, Bastiaan van Zadelhoff, Jeremy van der Eijk, Alex van Zwietering.

Combining art and skateboarding can be very tricky and a lot of projects often slide into the trap of making artistic versions of skate obstacles.
Opperclaes created multiple public installations based on certain keywords that they saw connected to skateboarding and skateboarders.

“The project ‘Character Type’ was an intervention in the city of Rotterdam in September 2018 and bridged the gap between public art and skateboarding. The words are a homage to a skateboarding state of mind.”

Together with furniture designer Jeroen van Sluis the project came out quite nicely, to say the least.

Our favourite thing besides the skating is the fact that they first turned words into images and then images into sculptures that were then used to make this video (images) again.

But as always, don’t let us influence you to much see for yourself.

These are the two sequel parts of the Skatestore Team traveling through Europe by train only. Certainly a lot of exhausting fun!

Featuring: Shajen Willems, Sebastiaan Vijverberg, Robbin de Wit, Wouter de Jong, Lex van der Does & Jeremy van der Eijk.

Watch part #1 here.

Holland’s Skatestore team went on a trip through Europe for two weeks. From Amsterdam to Berlin, to Warsaw, to Budapest, to Vienna, to Prague, using only trains. Watch these Dutch guys skate in Berlin and Warsaw in part one of their Station 2 Station Tour video.

Featuring: Shajen Willems, Sebastiaan Vijverberg, Robbin de Wit, Wouter de Jong, Lex van der Does & Jeremy van der Eijk.

Photo by Thomas Wieringa