Pop Clip #31 is here. Featuring Othmar van Rijswijk, Billy Hoogendijk, Noah Bunink, Willem van Dijk, Niklas Hallman, Hugo Snelooper, Mats Edel, Jair Gravenberch and Marc Haan, who didn’t take it easy this time.
Alright, Frank is back! After all that out of business talk they finally decided to push on and make a trip to Amsterdam (and a bit of Rotterdam). That in itself is not a reason to watch this video, Dallas’ line at the 0:37 mark, him skating a Robotron “Free Bifi” board and a strong Niklas Hallman cameo is though.
All in all, a cool video to start off your Sunday skate session with!
Pop Trading Company Clip #29 is here. Check out that last line by Billy Hoogendijk. Also featuring Niklas Hallman, Marc Haan, Noah Bunink, Othmar van Rijswijk, Willem van Dijk, Alex Raeymaekers & Hugo Snelooper.
“Who has the keys to the Beamer?” Pop Trading Company reminds us all that driving a German whip is the ultimate achievement when it comes to upper echelon automobiles.
Photos by Joel Peck
As always the POP guys did a great job but truth be told number 27 is all about a Flemish guy tearing up the streets of the French capital. Great Stuff Alex!
Already well-known in Europe it was only a question of time until our Dutch friends from Pop Trading Company get their deserved attention also from the other side of the big pond. Their Thrasher debute could be described as sort of a best of compilation from their clips of the past year, which is still kept black in white but this time they spiced it with some hot tunes!
Featuring Bastiaan Zadelhoff, Noah Bunink, Alex Raeymaekers, Hugo Snelooper, Ali Belhadj, Willem van Dijk, Jeff van der Veken, Jair Gravenberch, Willem Dirks, Marc Haan, Othmar van Rijswijk, Niklas Hallman, Billy Hoogendijk and Mats Edel.
Photo by Danny Sommerfeld
I think at this point we don’t need to mention the skating in these POP clips.
Of course, there are some nice things in here like the two lines by young Jair Gravenberch who is a new addition to the squad or that great last line by PLACE cover boy Alex Raeymaekers! But the thing that immediately caught our eye where some Evisu jeans! If Quartersnacks ever brings back their 30 phattest outfit list Noah will be a strong contender.
Want to find out more about Pop Trading Company check out our article and our documentary about our stay with them last summer.
Last week PLACE issue 58 landed in the mail. Tradition says when an issue is done it is time to host a party. This time it had to be Amsterdam. And that was our gut feeling talking. Trust your gut, people! So, when the time came, we linked up with the people from POP Trading Company & G’s to set the right atmosphere, it all turned out well and it was a great evening.
Special Thanks to Levi’s Skateboarding Collection.
All photos by Friedjof Feye & Daniel Pannemann.
A little while ago we saw the release of “Lost in the Dam” a collaborative effort between Pop and Magenta. Today we begin to see things even clearer because pop released their footage from their time with the Magenta guys. Now we can focus on friendship and the importance of working together but instead, we are just going to make a point and say that Noah Bunink did the best line we have seen all year! Ollie up, crooks bonk down, drop the board, pick it up and fs flip the stairs, great! Now it is not only Noah who should get his props, it is also the work of the filmer. Most people would have stopped recording but this guy kept it going and helped create something really nice!
The Dutch homies from Pop Trading Co. Just had a nice little article in the latest Free Mag and to commemorate this event they released a longer Pop clip in collaboration with Free Mag. There is a lot of nice skating in this one but the first line is an Amsterdam classic.
The whole crew is nice but we need to give some extra props to Noah for that ghetto bird attempt!
Francisco Saco did it again. Ein fast 15 Minuten langer Trailer für sein neustes Werk Homo Pop Gun, welches am 10. Oktober in der Villa Neukölln, Berlin Premiere feiern wird. Mit dabei sind unter anderem: Konstantin Rutschmann, Eniz Fazilov, Dallas Rockvam, Steve Forstner, Daniel Pannemann, Malte Spitz und viele, viele mehr.