DC rippers Marquis Henry and Matt Miller recently took a trip out to Barcelona to help christen the DC Embassy training facility. Serious pop between the two of these guys illustrated here.
Who is Clive Dixon? And why was he put on Birdhouse when most of us haven't heard of him yet? Here's who he is and why he's on.
Warning: the following clip is totally artsy. If you're not afraid of some creativity mixed in with your skate fix and you like Jason Dill as well, then proceed here.
Chris Cole's backing Kyle Fredrick and Cole put Fredrick fully on the clothing company Omit. Cole's also been known to play kingmaker with some other solid choices including Tom Asta. Cole's taste is pretty solid so, if you haven't seen Fredrick yet, maybe it's time to take a look. You can start with this clip here.
If you didn't know or forgot that Dan Drehobl is a transition destroyer, this little "Out of the Box" video from Vox shoes is a good reminder. Take a look here.
If you can get past the blurry footage of Rich Adler's going pro party, there's a full video part of Adler in here filmed almost entirely on Japanese soil. Adler is a creative, underground ripper with an innovative approach.
The Volcom crew headed out to Japan recently to do some demos and do their part for the relief effort after the tsunami. Aaron Suski, Collin Provost, Jake Duncombe, Chima Ferguson and more get some serious skating done in this clip here.
Finally, David Gravette utilizes your basic household crap to get a skate session going. This type of ingenuity is exactly why skateboarding is the greatest thing ever. Find it. Figure it out. Skate it.