Tag: Victor Campillo

One of the most productive crews out of Europe OG. 2000 is back with a new almost 15min. long edit. “ONE NOTE IS ALL IT TAKES” comes with a bunch of crazy animations, a pretty funny music selection & the usual high level of skateboarding maneuvers.

Featuring Celian Cordt-moller, Luc Boimond, Jordan Queijo, John Katsounos, Ioannis Mavraggelos, Saphep Tang, Valentin Verd, Guillaume Berthet, Victor Campillo, Antoine Rauber, Manny Hernandez, Gabriel Zufferey, Florian Byrne-sutton, Andrea Crispini, Till Weber, Lukas Bigun, Ronaldo Magno, Jacky, Ernest Gaudray, Simon Perrottet, Morgan Katumba, Lilian Ceccon, Lilian Fev, Nico Gisonno, Elliot Bonnabel, Stefan Brodard & Lil Bendo. Filmed and edited by Guillaume Berthet.

A new one by Macéo Moreau – a name you have been reading a few time over the last couple of years on our website. Especially in combination with Europe’s most productive skater: Victor Campillo.

Puig, Puig, Puig & Puig, the master never ceases to amaze! His current “Leon the Professional” phase actually might be his best.

Also featuring:

Lucas Puig, Flo Mirtain, Marek Zaprazny, Thierry Gormit, Gauthier Rouger, Pedro Attenborough, Victor Campillo, Karl Salah, Mikel Vidal, Pierre Leze & William Monerris.

This is already the 5th episode of Macéo Moreau’s Marseille series. This one features Victor Campillo, Tony Rafanomezana, Valentin Verd, P-E Grimaud, Malo Simonet, Devin Sweat, Vincent Lamourelle, David Eya, Esteban Emmanueli, Tony Zidane and Macéo Moreau himself.

Is Victor Campillo the “King of Marseille”? One would have to argue that he is at least royalty at this point right? Anyway, Enjoy this nice effort and the wonder that is Victor’s skating at its best.

Paris became really hot just around the same time the Blobys became big and nothing has been the same since. Theo Maes and his crew are the younger guys and it is very interesting to see what they are coming up with. Big fans of the edits and everyone involved – much love! Can’t wait to see where they are all going.

“OUIGUI” is featuring Abel Leblanc, Maceo Moreau, Cyril Deschamps, Francky Eyoum, Victor Campillo, Theo Meas, Stanley Pradel, Tom Abord, Kevin Ozcan, Leo Breuillac, Sebastien Cao, Simon Souchois, Kabelo William Letoaba, Thibault Lenours, John Beader & Leo Sicot.

Macéo Moreau is back with episode 4 of his series featuring Marseille this time with assistance from the always great Victor Campillo. Let’s be open about it France has a solid next generation coming up!

This is the third episode by Macéo Moreau about the city of Marseille and just like THE FIRST and THE SECOND it delivers.

Watch Mael Vaudran, Victor Campillo, Valentin Verd, Antoine Volle, Kevin Ozcan, Bernie Pigeon, Ben Raitano and Macéo Moreau himself cruise the french mediterranean port city.

The second epsiode of the Marseille series by Macéo Moreau featuring Jerome Sossou, Victor Campillo, Kevin Ozcan, Théo Meas, Antoine Volle, Pierre Kaledjian and Macéo Moreau himself.

Marseille, Macéo Moreau, Victor Campillo and many other rippers make this fonky footy well worth the watch!

Featuring:

Jerome Sossou, Victor Campillo, Marius Moreau, Kevin Ozcan, Thibault Le Nours, Luidgi Gaydu, Armand Vaucher, Théo Meas, Abel Leblanc, Yensi Lama, Antoine Volle, Tim Reinson, Pierre Edouard Grimaud & Maceo Moreau.

The future is looking pretty bright. A new one out of Paris, France by Sebastian Cao & Theodor Meas showcasing their first HD video.

The film features Jerome Sossou, Cyril Deschamps, Malo Simonet, Abel Leblanc, Simon Souchois, Adrien Caro, Lucas Languasco, Stanley Pradel, Tom Abord, Donatien Simon, Maceo Moreau, Victor Campilo, Kevin Ozcan, Ibrahim Sissoko & Theo and Seb themself. All the animations by Theo.

We have met Victor Campillo just a few weeks ago in Paris for an Quotamine article for the upcoming issue and he is the nicest guy. Always on the phone, always shirtless and always tech.

How dope looks Marseille?

The Terrasse is back and in style, let yourself be surprised by the spots and the tricks.

One never knows if kids these days were being ironic in using Jerry Hsu’s famed ender song for his Bag Of Suck part or if they were just oblivious to it.

But besides that, we are excited to mostly unseen spots, young skaters doing some cool tricks and an overall nice videographic result.

Paris based brand Quotamine just put out their first-ever video “Didier”. It is a mixed bag by design showing extraordinary talent with Victor Campillo & Ibu Sanyang, mixed together with friends and teammates like Pierre Subra, Vincent Boyom and owner Luidgi Gaydu.

All in all a great video! Make sure you watch it in full!

This video starts with the song: “A Chacun Son Probléme” by Amadou & Mariam, the title translates into “Everyone has their own problems”.

The reason why this makes so much sense is that this video was filmed in Paris’ 93rd district, a place that is known as one of the most dangerous places in Paris.

The project was created by Macéo Moreau & Malo Simonet two people who are from the area itself. And that really shows throughout the project, they skate everything and connect with the people which creates a semi-documentary type of feel which most skaters who search for spots can really relate to.

Another good feature of the project is that the architecture is diverse, it shows both the trash & the treasures that are hidden in these Parisian suburbs.

All in all, this first episode of the project makes us look forward to the second and we hope it features the same crew.

Featuring:

Marius Moreau, Antoine Volle, Victor Campillo, Simon Souchois, Kevin Ozcan, Abel Leblanc, Thibault Lenours, Macéo Moreau & Malo Simonet.

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