… new problems. Still ironing a few tiny bugs out, will be sorted soon. Tell me if you love it or hate it.
Just a taste.
From BP’s Blog: brentonpriestley.blogspot.com/ Untitled from Brenton Priestley on Vimeo.
shonka: parks holding it down…. This looks like a real shit time.
Even better than the last one:
Untitled from yan lecomte on Vimeo.
A little Bip Rip
Mad props to my boy BP, this little vid he put up on his blog came out sweet. Untitled from Brenton Priestley on Vimeo. BP shot most of the lifestyle stuff, I shot most of the riding. A good little colabo I reckon. Check out his blog for more during his time in the states. To say i can’t wait to get the hell over there and join him and the rest of the boys is an understatement.
Danny Harf's Canvas section
Check it out: Danny Harf - Canvas from Josh Robinson on Vimeo. Danny is the MAN. For my money, he’s arguably the most talented rider out there, so stylish and creative with everything he does. Probably the nicest dude you’re likely to meet as well. Oh yeah, that 1080 at the end was an accident btw. Who accidentally does a 10? Anyway, if you haven’t got your copy of the...
Melbourne Cable is going off...
… despite the freezing weather. Had an awesome turnout today and got some epicly cool stuff for BP’s section over the course of the week. The rail-rider of the year award is definitely in good hands. Stay tuned for a sneak peak this week, and cheers to everyone who came down.
… is not a word. Crazy stuff. Landscape Altered - Episode 3 from Kustom Airstrike on Vimeo.
Shepard Fairey (OBEY) interview
Really cool little interview with Shepard Fairey, the man behind OBEY, on the unfortunately named Fecal Face website. Check it out, its good stuff and has a bunch of his work.
Urban Rider on board for In-Transit
Stoked to have the support of a really cool company doing progressive things in the industry. For sponsorship information and a proposal document contact me.
Peep Chris O’Shea’s opening section from Playback. Many, many moons ago (2005/2006) I made a little video called Playback, my first ever foray into the world of video production. I think the film trips we did during this time were some of the most fun I’ve ever had. I was 17-18 years old at that stage, so it was definitely good times. Things were so easy going and everyone had...
Hey guys, been having some major technical problems over the last few days, so the blog posts have dried up a little. Hopefully it’ll be resolved soon.