Saturday, March 27, 2010

Battle of Branchage

Evan Grant, the 29-year-old founder of Shoreditch-based arts and technology collective Seeper collaborated with Flat-e studio to project on to the walls of the third-century Gorey Castle as part of Jerseys recent Branchage Festival. The video was tailored to the castles complex geometry and through the use of 3D projection mapping we made polychrome blocks appear to slide out of the fortifications and the structure twist and collapse against the night sky.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Madame Godard - Love is poker

The Get By | NYC skaters

HBO has been pushing the hell out of their series “How to Make it in America” and as part of their efforts have just dropped this mini-documentary, “The Get By” about being a skater and making it in the industry in the dopest city in the world. It’s impossible to front on all the ill footage of NYC skatespots and interviews with Billy Rohan, Gino Iannucci, Anthony Pappalardo, Zered Basset, Todd Jordan and many more, but you can’t help but think it’s a little suspect that HBO produced this very real documentary just to hype a fake show. Maybe they should make “The Get By” a series and drop the other one.

I’m Here

Lurk Hard x 19 Years Young

Lurk Hard Section from '19 Years Young' Video from LURK HARD on Vimeo.

Lurk Hard just dropped their banger 9 minute part from 19 Years Young by Sacramento filmaker Jack Mansfield. The full length DVD drops at skate shops and Lurk Hard. in April.

Reflection Eternal Ft. Bun B - Strangers

Friday, March 19, 2010


Tokyo Below

Tokyo Below: A Documentary of Independent Rock Music in Japan from James R Petix on Vimeo.

Tokyo Below is a subterranean train ride through the city's underground music scene. Down here it seems as though the overwhelming pop culture of the streets of Tokyo has had little effect. Starting at its rock and roll influences and progressing into the sounds of punk, hardcore, and emo the Tokyo music scene more directly parallels its American counterpart than the native pop mainstream.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Monday, March 1, 2010

Skating Inside The Baker Boys Warehouse

Working for Baker Boys Distribution is no joke…well…sorta. The boys responsible for packaging and shipping out Deathwish product out all of the world do work 9 to 5, 5 days a week, but that doesn’t mean they never get any skating, drinking, or eating pizza in. In fact, Jim Greco actually gets some guitar lessons in as well.

View the video below and see what really goes down at the Baker Boys warehouse.


Mayer Hawthorne - Maybe So, Maybe No from Stones Throw

Stussy x J Dilla Documentary Part 3

Stussy - J Dilla Documentary Prt3 (of 3) from Stussy