A new one by our friends from Nozbone Skateshop Paris edited by Ludovic Azémar and featuring Pierre Subra, Hugo Corbin, Luca Barattiero, Morgan Katomba, César Dubroca, Bertrand Soubrier, Léo Cruz, Sylvain Tognelli, Joseph Biais, Amélien Foures, Ben Jemmapes & Etienne Chatelain.
The Terrasse is back and in style, let yourself be surprised by the spots and the tricks.
Jimmy Cholley is a good dude and this is a good video. So enjoy some of Paris’ most underrated rippers some of which have helped struggling skaters at Nozbone back in the day 🙂
After the success of Tony G, we now get another video from quite possibly the most exciting crew in Paris.
Nicolas Gisonno, Lilian Fev, Morgan Katomba, Etienne Chatelain, Armand Vaucher, Ben Blundell, Quentin Boillon, Celian Cordt-Moller, Guillaume Berthet, Luc Boimond, Luc Ramos, Theo Lapalud, Elliot Bonnabel, Tom Abord, Jules Bourbousson, Niels Schack & Ben Raitano.
“The youth is the future”, a somewhat easy self-explanatory statement because we all grow old, die and then the youth will remain.
CINQUIEME TERRASSE in our opinion is the future! Young people working hard, connecting with other people from all over the world while staying true to themselves.
Others have told us good things about the 5th and in our own contact with them, we only have good things to say as well. But don’t trust us this what they had to say about themselves:
Introducing Cinquieme Terrasse, the Parisian crew (originally from Annecy) about their newest video.
“Since the last video “NATIDI” Elliot Bonnabel kept on following the crew around Paris, close suburbs and other shorts trips to Amsterdam, Marseille, and Malaga. This new video is starring the usual suspects Nicolas Gisonno, Lilian Fev, Etienne Chatelain, Morgan Katomba, Lilian Ceccon, Thomas Gouillon, Theo Lapalud, and obviously some friends who often come overseas to chill in town, such as Ben Blundell.“
We feel that you should join in by watching their new video, get inspired and support their future endeavors from now on!
All Photos by Florian Debray.
Filmed by Elliot Bonnabel
At first when I started the Giddy series I wanted every one of them to have a different theme but in the end, I think they all end up looking almost similar to one another, same style of music same vibe.
Romain Batard is back with one of the most interesting video series in skateboarding. And ever since he delivered that quote in our interview with him he has been steadily delivering Giddy’s with a stronger sense of concept and individuality.
Steve Malet kills it in number 8! He is one of Paris’ most exciting skaters out there right now even though he is not even originally from France. But Steve is only one reason and this Giddy truly delivers from the skating, the editing, the song choice and the special effects. It is a good rounded out piece of work!
Gangs signs, checks, fist pumps, devil horns and much more in this amazing Giddy with a strong concept that managed to consistently surprise us!
What a time to be young, on a board and in Paris! To be honest, we did not know much about Elliot Bonnabel but starting now we are taking an interest!
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.
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.