LESSinformed is a skate blog edited by Tom Morin.
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"I fail to see the "Sport" associated with such a barbaric act of killing this beautiful beast of the Oceans. Human beings, according to most medical data, house a superior brain to any living thing on this Earth, yet, everyday, we see this battle of man and animal played out, as if the animal had a hell of a chance to succeed...What I do not understand is what kind of pleasure do you get from killing this wonderful and majestic animal, even if it were a contest, what personal pleasure do you derive from ending its life...???...it belongs in the Ocean and yet, your so called, "superior" brain, told you to kill it, take it out of its environment & stand next to it for a photographic record of the violent event....Please, try and understand what we are trying to convey to you people, who take pleasure in ending a life of this and other living things, here on Earth...Let them live, as they are God's Creatures and He put them here for other reasons and not so that you could spend a day, wallowing in its blood & salt water, for yes, a photographic record of this barbaric event...Let the animals and other creatures live, if possible, for I see no benefit to mankind, or to the field of medicine or any other necessary event that would allow mankind to benefit from the death of this most Majestic Beast..."
In case you didn't know, there's a thriving skate scene in Israel. And to take advantage of that, and to give back, the Cliche skate team went on a little tour through the Holy Land.
The Mazar Tov tour as it was called took Javier, Ricardo, Charles, Adrien and Boris on a little trip through on of the world's political hot spots.
What's cool about skate footage from Israel is it's different. For the most part we haven't really seen footage from this zone. The park's look different, the streets look different and it's just for lack of a better word, different. I mean come on how much of Hollywood High, El Toro and those wavy things in China can you take.
Check out some video footage below of the out, and a full video will be out early next year, stay tuned.
Cliché Mazal Tov Israel demo from Cliché Skateboards on Vimeo.
The crew at the Analog/Gravis skate HQ have been busy lately. The other day they released the Gravis team on tour in Europe.
Now, today, they dropped a video of the Analog team getting thier skate on in the streets of Berlin.
Check out Arto, Dylan, Stefan, Sammy and Gypo destroying the Deutschland:
Berlin 2010 from Analog Clothing on Vimeo.
Lakai, the footwear brand that brought you one of the greatest cinematic skate videos in the history of skateboarding, is back just in time for Christmas.
This one is not on as large of a scale, and it's not years in the making, but guess what? It's free. As in an internet short video of the team on their Voltage tour through Germany, Switzerland and France. The European scenery is breathtaking as usual, the soundtrack is perfectly original (as far skate videos go) as usual and it's one of the best teams around, so guess what? The skateboarding is about as good as it gets for a skate crew on a tour schedule.
The Crailtap crew blesses the internet and skateboarding with one of these short films a few times a year, so if you've seen any of the Girl, Chocolate and Fourstar editions this one's along the same lines. But we never get old of it, right?
One difference in this one though, is the introduction of Tony Hawk's son, Riley, in a Crail inter-shor-film (the new way to say internet short film).
The skateboarding is on point, the filming by Federico Vietta and Mark Nichols is on point and to cap it off the editing by Vietta is keeps your eye. And the cast is as follows:
Mike Mo Capaldi
So without further Adu:
LAKAI VOLTAGE TOUR VIDEO from LAKAI LIMITED FOOTWEAR on Vimeo.
You know I support Dennis Busenitz. Speed, creativity and just pure street skateboarding.
And so does Does Deluxe Distribution. That's why they have selected him to be Day 4 of their Days of DLXmas. It consists of Busenitz ads and videos from his years of being sponsored by DSLX.
Here's what Dan Wolfe had to say:
When I first met Dennis ten years ago he was a quiet kid that just ripped wherever you took him... it was so easy to get footage with him it was almost silly. Usually this is the case with any newly sponsored kid that's eager and hungry. The difference between Dennis and most of those kids though, is that 10 years later, now a seasoned pro, he's still the same if not better, always pushing himself and getting better. I'd say about 80% of the pros out there exist in a gray area where most skaters wonder why they are even pro or worse yet, have a signature shoe. fortunately for Dennis, he's in that top 20% or so where no one ever questions...
Frank Grewer and Petter Hewitt are two of the best transition skateboarders in the game and they recently sat down to talk skateboarding, cultivation and whatever else came to their brains.
It was all for the newest episode of Frankly Speaking with Frank Grewer new show over at DLSX.
So if you want to see what makes one of those crazy San Francisco pool and park guys tick check it out, because he'll be interviewed by one of the best.
Here's the video:
Frankly Speaking with Frank Gerwer featuring Peter Hewitt from dlxsf on Vimeo.