"Street Etiquette : In partnership with Nordstrom Men's shop here we
present you a video compilation and footage from the dates of February 6th
to February 13th from New York Fashion Week Fall 2013 presentations and
"Follow WeActivist Clint Peterson as he makes an early morning call to
bring us through his day preparing for the first solo show of his works,
and ends it with a skate session at Avocado Heights Skatepark."
"Revolutions is a short film entirely made by El Solitario
motorcyclists, with no other intention than to have some fun on our
bikes, do something together that could last a while, and why not,
spread the word on some values we believe are worth shouting loud.
Revolutions was shot entirely using a Nikon D7000, a great dose of stamina & other substances.
Special thanks to: La Fabrica del Trapo for their constant support,
tender love & care and to Jeff Mills for the rad Bells soundtrack
that made us jump from day one."
"Red Bull have now
released a short skateboard film entitled Perspective. Combining high
quality Hollywood-style production and cinematography with some of the
best skateboarders around today - Ryan Sheckler,Torey Pudwill, Ryan Decenzo and Zered Bassett - the film takes us on a journey to some
previously un-skated terrain to learn how where they come from effects
what they do today. 'It's pure freedom' says Ryan Sheckler, 'that's why
skateboarding's so big to me and it will always be big to me,' while
Torey Pudwill adds 'It all goes back to your roots, where we all
started. That's what makes you who you are today.' Watch the film below!"
"Full of gorgeous timelapse shots of nature landscapes Monolation is the latest project from Los Angeles-based filmmaker Jess Dunlap.
The first half of the video is full of lush, green landscapes, which
are later presented in stark contrast to the frozen panoramas of the
"Portland-based cinematography company Cineastas
have provided us with a video profile of Mike Friton - 'a freelance
shoemaker, weaver, paper sculptor and innovator with over 30 years of
experience at Nike.' As well as founding Nike's Innovation Kitchen,
Friton is also responsible for many of the athletic footwear elements
that people wear today, including the hugely popular and innovative
Flyknit model. In the video, we learn about Friton's early experience as
a track runner, which led him to modify his clunky footwear in a way
which left the basic construction in tact while hugely reducing the
"A beautifully shot short film from Hidden Notice, 'The Sound of Dust'
is an amazing visual journey through the work and techniques of master
surfboard shaper Tim Stamps. The Huntington Beach-based artists speaks
about the process of bringing boards to life, utilizing tried and true
construction methods with an artful attention to detail."
"Horsetail Fall is a small, ephemeral waterfall that flows over the
eastern edge of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. For two weeks in
February, the setting sun striking the waterfall creates a deep orange
glow that resembles Yosemite's historic 'Firefall.'"
"Long ago, a shoe endorsement was the pinnacle of an athlete's commercial
success. Then, Michael Jordan arrived and became the first athlete to
be a 'brand'. After the first pair ofNike 'Air Jordan'basketball shoes
rolled out, the former Chicago Bulls guard elevated his profile from
superstar to transcendent, cross-over commercial icon. Now, almost 30
years since the first sneakers debuted and nearly a decade since Jordan
retired as a pro athlete, his brand endures and continues to perpetuate
his basketball legacy. All trademarks and copyrights belong to their
Five 'Sweet' Facts About The Chemistry Of Chocolate
"Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Whether you're spending
Valentine's with a special someone or you're stuck celebrating 'Singles
Awareness Day,' here's a list of five fascinating chemical facts about
why chocolate, in moderation, may be good for you."
"InfinityList teamed up with mb! by Mercedes-Benz Magazine and Australian BMX rider Danny Campbell to conquer Wave Rock,
a 14 meter high and 110 meter long granite rock face shaped like an
over-vert quarter pipe located in the Western Australia Outback. The
rock which appears deceivingly smooth to the naked eye is wicked rough
with large elevated patches of uneven surfaces. The video itself was
shot over three days of blistering heat hundreds of miles from the
nearest major city of Perth. Check out the video below."
"A short, one-minute timelapse video that’s too breathtaking to even begin
describing. It was shot at night in Namibia and director Marsel van Oosten used material he shot over a two-year period sifting through more
than 16 000 images. The video won First Prize in the 2012 Travel
Photographer Of The Year Awards."
"Full Moon Silhouettes is a real time video of the moon rising over the Mount Victoria Lookout in Wellington, New Zealand. It was shot by Mark Gee
2.1 km away from the lookout on the other side of the city on January
28th with a Canon ID MkIV in video mode with a Canon EF 500mm f/4L and a
Canon 2x extender II."
"If you're into your coffee, then this is the short film for you. Created by visual entertainment company Thrash Lab,
the 12-minute video focusses on three of their favourite speciality
coffee companies and examines how the taste, look, smell, and pour of a
perfect coffee is created. Starting at roasting plant LAMILL Coffee in
LA, the video takes us over to the Blue Bottle Coffee Co. headquarters
in Oakland, and then back to Handsome Coffee in downtown Los Angeles,
demonstrating how the magic happens every step of the way."