Christian Senrud

And Ennui Go

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Cherry is a great skate video. This was one of the many tricks that made me pause in what the fuck awe. Brian Anderson’s flatground kickflip, maybe his first clip, that’s fucking power. The video captured a certain attitude and rawness that calls back to the outlaw spirit that drew a lot of us to skating way back when and aside from The House Video and a few random exceptions has been absent from skate videos for a long time. Everyone nailed it.

Cherry is a great skate video. This was one of the many tricks that made me pause in what the fuck awe. Brian Anderson’s flatground kickflip, maybe his first clip, that’s fucking power. The video captured a certain attitude and rawness that calls back to the outlaw spirit that drew a lot of us to skating way back when and aside from The House Video and a few random exceptions has been absent from skate videos for a long time. Everyone nailed it.

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liveridiculously:

Helped out with a photo shoot in Avila Beach featuring some highliners. Photo by J.R. Racine, flowers by Collected With Love

My girlfriend is a very talented florist. If you’re doing an event in the Southern California region, keep Collected With Love in mind.

collectedwithlove.com

liveridiculously:

Helped out with a photo shoot in Avila Beach featuring some highliners. Photo by J.R. Racine, flowers by Collected With Love

My girlfriend is a very talented florist. If you’re doing an event in the Southern California region, keep Collected With Love in mind.

collectedwithlove.com

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blogacek:

Aaron Smith already blogged it, so I may as well too. Drove these dudes around when they were in town last summer, and as you can tell by the last few posts, I’ve been digging through some older stuff. Daniel Lutheran became the second(I think) person to grind this rail, although the first to come off before the last kink. Dakota Servold became the first person to try and lipslide it… and paid for it a few times.

(via 70707)

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Joe Castrucci Interview

I’ve admired Joe Castrucci’s work since I first learned who he was with the release of Alien Workshop’s seminal video, Photosynthesis. With Dill and Ave, then Austyn leaving it seemed like an appropriate time to catch up with the editing warlock to pick his brain about the trials of running a skateboard company and making and holding your mark in the ever fickle skateboard industry.

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