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Cameron Carmichael does tricks most skaters can't name edit

  Here is a solid edit from Cameron Carmichael. The tricks he is doing are completely mind-melting. Just about every variation of a russian boneless, nollie bigflip noseblunts, rallies, switch whatever to what the hell just happened... All of it styled to the max, effortless, and creative. Easily one of the best people I have ever seen skate. So, this edit has no music, but I bet Cameron Would have you throw on your favorite Zappa song and have you take a safety break for the next minute and 53 seconds. filmed and edited by Adam Mueller (The Graduate).

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Emerica Made chapter 1 in stock now

We received our copies of Emerica Made Chapter 1 today and let me tell you, you're in for a real treat. Emerica Made Chapter One is the first in a series of videos being released by Emerica. This one features Leo Romero, Brandon Westgate, and Collin Provost. Emerica Made is released as a DVD inside a limited edition photo book curated by Jerry Hsu.  This 80 page hard cover book features photos by Ed Templeton, Atiba Jefferson, Michael Burnett, Brian Gaberman and Jerry Hsu. This will be the only way to buy the physical copy of the DVD.There are 3 different covers of the book, one of each rider in the video (Leo Romero, Brandon Westgate and Collin Provost). Purchase Photo...

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Drawing Restraint 19 featured in Juxtapoz Magazine

We were fortunate enough to snag the Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 19 deck at the Goodwood Art Show benefiting the Rideit Sculpture Park located in Hamtramck, Michigan.                  This is the 19th in a series of performance pieces that Matthew Barney has been responsible for, dating back to 1987. The Drawing restraint series is as a series of studio experiments, drawing upon an athletic model of development in which, growth occurs only through restraint: the muscle encounters resistance, becomes engorged and is broken down, and in healing becomes stronger. In this case, literally restraining the body while attempting to make a drawing. For this piece, A  block of graphite was affixed to the...

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