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In the mid 90’s Ed Templeton started documenting life around him. As a professional skateboarder Ed has been able to travel the world on skate tours, giving him the opportunity to photograph his vision of contemporary culture and life around him. Ed’s camera mainly points towards the people he encounters in his everyday life, seeking for truthful moments to capture.

http://deliveranceblog.net/interview-ed-templeton/

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This 20-minute film chronicles the influence that the video part has had on the skateboarding industry through current skater and filmmaker interviews along with footage from the most popular and respected videos of all time, ranging from Stacy Peralta’s The Bones Brigade Video Show (1984), to Element’s Rise and Shine (2011). “Skate on Film” combines in-depth interviews with industry greats, such as Andrew Reynolds, Matt Hensley, Heath Kirchart and Nyjah Huston, just to name a few.

http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=8121027

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Desillusion magazine and Nixon proudly present their latest video instalment “This is Andrew”, a video portrait paying tribute to US street skateboarder Andrew Reynolds. Growing up in a small town in Florida, Andrew started skateboarding at a very young age. Due to his exceptional talent – Reynolds won the first contest he ever entered – he drew the attention of the skate industry and landed on some of the top sponsored teams as a teenager. Following Tony Hawk and others to the Californian epicentre of skateboarding at the age of 18, he met fellow skateboarders like Jim Greco, Ali Boulala and Knox Godoy, later on known as the “Piss Drunx”, ruling the streets of LA.

http://vimeo.com/39201565

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Released in 2001, Collage is the most recent treasure from the Danny Minnick vault. Collage stays true to its title, featuring a boat-load of skaters captured by Minnick over the past several years in plenty of West Coast locations. The terrain varies greatly, with pools, vert, transitions, parks, ditches and street. On skateboards in order of appearance Mike Chin, Rob Welsh, AVE, Fred Gall, Danny Way, Briad Hord, Ryan Stangland, Lavar McBride, Danny Gonzales, Kareem Campbell, Javier Nunez, Eric Pupecki, Steven Cales, Kein Lieu aka Donger, Pat Duffy, Clyde Singleton, John Reeves, Jason Carney, Daewon Song, Pat Washington, Willy Santos, Mike York, Eric Koston, Christian Hosoi & Rune Glifberg.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbfWhy5xdo0

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Here’s the full KOTR 2011 video (all webisodes, back-to-back) plus an hour of bonus footage. Enjoy the wild ride one more time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eTxlUVW8Dg

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The final part of the Menace series focuses on Fabian Alomar. Fabian’s story is so different than most skaters’ lives that it almost seems unreal. This episode goes way beyond tricks or styles, or even skating for that matter, and delves into Fabian’s upbringing and the lifestyle choices that lead to him spending eight years behind bars. Thank you again to Fabian and his family for letting us tell his story.

http://www.vice.com/epicly-later-d/menace-part-5

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The Glimpse, das erste Radio-Video von 2004, mit Till Kemner, Maxim Rosenbauer, Nino Ullmann, Vince Golly, Felix Martin, Dimitri Stathis und Nico Grunze, inklusive Cameos von TM Slow und Papa Radio.

http://vimeo.com/33838922

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The most influential skater in the history of skateboarding hands down is Mark Gonzales. If you disagree with that then you’re wrong. You can pinpoint Mark back to everything, and know that Mark did it first. A, he did it first; and B, he did it like Mark, which is a really psychotic combo. He did it the best. Everything after was not the same. Everything was so all over the place. Look at Mark’s feet on his frontside ollies—nobody’s got that. It’s like his heels are one the board. It’s just the fucking greatest thing ever. -Jason Dill

http://skateboarding.transworld.net/1000150173/features/the-30-most-infl...

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I only make something when I feel like it’s right, or if I have the right materials. I don’t use the internet, I find everything I put out by hand, and sometimes I don’t find enough material, or I make stuff and then I just don’t like it. Also, Fucking Awesome isn’t seasonal, it’s just there when it’s there, and I don’t make much of it. I constantly shoot myself in the foot from a business standpoint actually ’cause I make it for sale but at the same time I don’t want you to have it. It’s a bit of a personality disorder company.

http://www.vicestyle.com/en/news/today/post/shirt-heads-fucking-awesome

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