Blind X2 Vision Interview with Mike Manzoori

Mike Manzoori

Mike Manzoori

Mike, this is your second involvement working on a Blind video. How did this one come about?

I think it might have started cause TJ asked me if I had any music suggestions for his new video part, and from there I think he might have asked for me to edit it? I’m not quite sure how it unfolded, I suppose they liked my editing of the last Blind video “Damn…” and so Bill hit me up to edit this one.

What was it like working with TJ and YURI on X2 Vision?

Yuri and TJ are both pretty happy humans with good vibes and are really good at skating, so they are always fun skaters to film. Their parts were 99% shot by the time I got involved in the project, so we mostly filmed the intro together. It was scorching hot summer days, but a lot of fun just cruising around LA with them.

Once you got involved was there a set concept or theme, or did you create one that you felt fit the project?

When I got involved the title was in place and the basic structure was set up as a 2 person video. The first few rough cuts I did went too much into the double vision thing, and got pretty trippy. It got weird for a second there, but I got wise to my gimmicks and cleaned it up, haha! Also, the music selection changed that direction for me a bit as it went through a few phases. I don’t think anyone was trying to get too deep with this one, we just wanted to show them skating together having fun.

Were you involved in the music selection on this video? If so, how did you go about choosing songs for TJ and Yuri?

I worked with the riders to pick music they were into and we had the help of Lory Vincent to supervise the licensing of the tracks. The music the riders suggested didn’t work out for one reason or another which is normal, but having a bunch of suggestions helps me to pick tracks that will work for editing and the vibe I’m going for, and be tracks that the skater will be down for picking. The music is always important but can be tricky to find stuff that a lot of people will like, that enhances the editing/footage and is also affordable. I don’t think anyone realises the headache of finding and clearing music until they have tried to do it for a project. That’s why I was glad we had Lory to help as she has a lot of experience clearing tracks for skate videos so could suggest legit tracks and connections with labels to speed up the process.

What do you think of a 2 skater video?

I think why not? These days attention span is so short, so this is a good dose of shredding.

What was the funnest part of working on 2X VISION?

Cruising around LA with Yuri and TJ skating little nibbles, they are mellow and seem to really appreciate skateboarding.

Is this film a mix of footage or all one format?

It’s shot on all kinds of cameras but the format is all just standard HD.

Any spoilers?

They all live happily ever after…

Blind Double Vision

Senyol Odd Traditions Show

Senyol Odd Traditions

Senyol Odd Traditions‘bounty’ – mixed media on canson montval 300g – 1400mm x 1200mm – unframed

‘ODD TRADITIONS’
A conversation of painting and installation by Paul Senyol and Pierre le Riche opens Wednesday the 15th of October at Salon91.

Senyol Odd Traditions‘bush fire’ – mixed media on fabriano watercolor 300g – 805mm x 685mm – unframed

Senyol Odd Traditions‘golden days’ – mixed media on fabriano watercolor 300g – 805mm x 685mm – unframed

Senyol Odd Traditions‘tomorrow land’ – mixed media on fabriano watercolor 300g – 805mm x 750mm – unframed

Almost Famous Ep. 20

Almost Famous Episode 20

Almost Famous Ep. 20 – Haslam Mini Ramp Tech & Cooper’s 5 1/2 Remix. Almost skateboards’ Chris Haslam and Cooper Wilt get tech on everything from mini ramps to strange log formations. Watch a new episode of #AlmostFamous right now.

Obey Giant Mural in Johannesburg

Obey Giant Mandela Mural in Johannesburg

Obey Giant Mandela Mural in Johannesburg (Photo taken from https://www.facebook.com/ObeyGiant/)

Shepard Fairey (Obey Giant) recently did a mural of Mandela in Johannesburg, South Africa. Go check it out if you get the chance.

I’m an advocate of human rights, justice, and equality, so it should be obvious why Nelson Mandela is a hero of mine. Some people seem confused by the use of purple and the slogan on my Mandela mural but they reference the anti Apartheid Purple Protest that you can read about here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_Rain_Protest

-Shepard

Durban Go Skateboarding Day 2014

Durban Go Skateboarding Day 2014

The IS skatepark in the military museum on Durban’s beachfront was more than just the central hub of Durban skateboarding to me – it was very close to my heart – a project I was instrumentally involved in, one that turned into our own TF and something that really helped the DBN scene progress. It played its role for a period of time, and then its time was up to make way for the next wave of progression. It’s in honour of that history and heritage that we took the GoSkateDay session to the grounds the skatepark used to occupy – enjoy! – Andrew Morck

Red Bull Ledgends Photos

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

This past weekend, the Red Bull Ledgends competition took place at the Salesians Institute in Cape Town. Greg Maxwell was there to snap some photos of what went down.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Red Bull Ledgends. Photo by Greg Maxwell.

Ease Into Summer Special

Revolution Ease into Summer Special

Revolution Ease into Summer Special

Ease Into Summer Special

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R50 Off Selected Tees

25% Off Selected Shorts

Winter Product Up To 50% Off

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Byron Rhoda at Mill Street Skatepark

Byron Rhoda at Mill Street Skatepark

Byron Rhoda put up this short clip of himself shredding at the Mill Street Skatepark in Cape Town.

Byron rides for Revolution, Verb Skateboards and Fallen Footwear.

Faith47 Poster Child Prints

Faith47 x Poster Child Prints

Faith47 x Poster Child Prints

Faith47 recently collaborated with Los Angeles based Poster Child Prints to create this beautiful artwork.

‘WILL YOU LOVE ME UNTIL THE VERY END?’
Signed edition of 70
Seven colour silk screen on coventry rag, 100% archival paper
Size 12 x 36 inches

Faith47 x Poster Child Prints

Promenade Mondays: Remember Jay

Promenade Mondays Remember Jay

Promenade Mondays Remember Jay

South Africa celebrates Heritage day this coming week. A day in which we celebrate our diverse cultures.

At the core of skateboarding culture is Jay Adams, who passed away earlier this year. Jay, is the original seed and his style and skill has no forebears. Jay Adams is skateboarding personified, and for this reason we pay tribute and celebrate his life as a legend.

For the first time in South Africa, we are urging skaters to revel in our heritage, not as a “sub culture” or “fringe sport” but as a legitimate culture and community.

So join us this ‪#‎promenademondays‬ as we pay tribute and celebrate our Skate Heritage.

‪#‎REMEMBERJAY‬
22 SEPTEMBER 2014
18:00
Presented by: #PromenadeMondays
Queens Beach, Sea Point, Cape Town

In Association with:
Revolution
KFD Skate
VANS Store Cape Town
Kingdom Longboards SA

RSVP to the Facebook event HERE.

Playmates Skate Dusters

Playmates Skate Dusters

Jeez, how come these girls never visit any of our parks? Anyone know when the next demo is? Check out all the Dusters California cruisers and see if you can spot the green Kryptonics.

Three Playmates hop the fence at the Pink Motel in Los Angeles for a skate in the guest pool. Watch Gemma Lee Farrell, Jaslyn Ome and Audrey Aleen Allen enjoy one of California’s favorite illicit activities.

Yuri Facchini Interview

An Interview with Yuri Facchini

An Interview with Yuri Facchini

How long did you have to film for X2 VISION?
Maybe around a year, something like that…

What is it like filming with TJ for the video?
TJ is the shit man! He’s always full of energy motivating me and everyone around not just on skateboarding but on pretty much everything else, it was fun good times with this G! WOOO!

What cities and countries did you film in for the video?
Pretty much all around Brazil, parts of Spain, Italy, and Southern California.

10b

What was the funnest part of filming for the video?
Traveling to new countries, meeting new people and skating with all the homies, of course!

How was it working with Mike Manzoori on X2 VISION?
It was really fun man, Mike; he kills it! Mike has all these crazy-ass ideas and really knows what to do with them. I haven’t known Mike for that long, but I could tell when I met him he would be a sick guy to work with.

Any spoilers?
Nawwwww… hahaha!

Yuri Facchini

What was the toughest part of filming for the video?
Didn’t really have that much time to film everything that I wanted to do, and a couple tricks that were stuck on my mind, but that’s how it is, skateboarding never stops; will always have something new to try and to do.

What is next after this video?
Going to keep what I’m doing now, skating and having a lot of fun – always ready for the next thing.

Blind X2 Vision is now available on DVD and iTunes!

www.blindskate.com

Yuri Facchini

Yuri Facchini

Spring Cleaning Sale

Revolution Spring Cleaning Sale

Revolution Spring Cleaning Sale

Revolution Spring Cleaning Sale

Selected footwear R499!

Featuring footwear from Vans, Globe, Fallen, adidas, Vision Street Wear and DVS.

WHILE STOCKS LAST

Available from:
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Win Sepultura Tickets

Sepultura and Groinchurn in South Africa

Sepultura and Groinchurn in South Africa

We have 1 set of double ticket to give away to one lucky person to see Sepultura play at The Assembly this Saturday!

All you have to do is comment below with how many members are in Sepultura.

The winner will be announced on Friday afternoon.

RSVP to the Facebook Event HERE.

Durban Vibes with Martin Stoffberg & Trae Rice

Trae Rice

Revolution and Technique Wheel Co. team rider Trae Rice and Technique’s Martin Stoffberg recently went to Durban for the weekend, skated some spots and hung out and skated with homies Khule Ngubane, Dlamini Dlamini and George van Blerk.

Filmed and Edited by A95Productions

KDC Grand Slam Cape Town 2014

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

Check out the skating that went down for the KDC Grand Slam at Canal Walk Shopping Centre in Cape Town on 30-31 August, 2014.

Skaters in order of appearance: Fidel Smith, ?, ?, Norton O Donnell, Quinton Mooiman, Ethan Cairns, Brad Balie, Edwin Gellant, Jeremy Stone, Tyler Kammies, ?, Charl Jensel, Toufeeq Raubenheimer, Justin Adonis, Ryan Naidoo, MJ Johnson, Warrick Delport, ?, Dylan Wright, Justus Kotze, Mitchell Rice, Byron Rhoda, Judo Chop, Alan Marola, Jean Marc Johannes, Wesley Schroeder, Alan Adams, Moses Adams, Kyle Trusky, Shuaib Philander, and Khule Ngubane.

Filmed and edited by Chinner

Check out the photo recap and results from the event HERE.

Revolution Fallen Special

All Fallen Footwear R550.00 While Stocks Last

All Fallen Footwear R550.00 While Stocks Last

All Fallen Footwear R550.00!

While stocks last.

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Chris Cole on Skateboarding in The Olympics

Chris Cole Talks About Skateboarding in the Olympics

Chris Cole talks to the Wall Street Journal about why he thinks snowboarding got into the Olympics before skateboarding did, and how he has seen skating grow in popularity over the last 24 years. Skateboarding is quite likely to join the Olympic Games in 2020. What do you think?

Oppikoppi Odyssey 2014

Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis Gee

Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis Gee

Not just anyone can go to Oppikoppi. You have to REALLY love music to want to be there and endure the 3 days of dust and partying.

The line-up this year promised to create a few highlights in many people’s lives with headliners Aloe black, Editors and Wolf Mother.

It was great to see so many vibrant souls in the campsites and definite camaraderie between the newer Oppikoppi generation and the veterans. We all have something to learn from each other, whether it’s the fact that you’re too old to party that hard or too young to remember to shower and buy extra cigarettes.

I had the pleasure of seeing some of my favorite artists, namely Spoek Mathambo, Nomadic Orchestra, Sibot and Toyota, Mr. Sakitumi, Louie Lvnd, Lex la Foy and (new found appreciation for) CT legends Dookoom. With every stage hosting some great bands is was tough running between all the different gigs and trying fit everyone in.

Some fun Oppikoppi facts
1. It was their 20 year anniversary so you can only imagine how people celebrated and revelled in the dustathon.
2. The Red Bull stage was the biggest rave Limpopo has ever experienced.
3. DJ Bob played every night, and the most legendary set.
4. Dookoom Salute! Breakfast with these guys was something special, and camping next to Isaac Mutant was an education.
5. The showers in media where decent.
6. There was the one place we ate and it blew my mind. I’d go back to Oppikoppi next year just to eat there again.
7. Always take an extra multi plug for the media centre.
8. The Running of the Gods was participated in with enthusiasm, but
9. The naked race took the cake – brave souls of Mordor.
10. People didn’t shout Oppikoppi as much this year. In fact, there was a lot less shouting and way more listening in my opinion.
11. The Oppikoppi team work damn hard to make the festival incredible for you so say thank you!
12. It was a contest for the best branded buffs; MTV, MK and Red Bull vying for the spot.

Thanks to Revolution and Hilltop for having us. Still finding dust in my ears.
By DJMelitia

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

Oppikoppi 2014 by Dwayne ErasmusPhoto: Dwayne Erasmus

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Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis GeePhoto: Louis Gee

Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis GeePhoto: Louis Gee

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Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis GeePhoto: Louis Gee

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Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis GeePhoto: Louis Gee

Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis GeePhoto: Louis Gee

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Oppikoppi 2014 by Louis GeePhoto: Louis Gee

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Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Cartoon Network hosted an Adventure Time party at the Johannesburg Zoo on Saturday 23 August 2014. The party coincided with the launch of the Verb x Adventure Time Bro-Down, which features collaboration decks and apparel. Dwayne Erasmus attended the event and managed to snap some shots of what went down. 40 kids from Reach for a Dream Foundation attended too, and we got them to colour in a big poster celebrating the launch.

You can pre-order the boards from Revolution Online HERE.

You can read the full press release HERE.

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

Verb x Adventure Time Launch at JHB Zoo

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam Photos

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

All Photos By Grant McLachlan and Eric Palmer. Words by Grant McLachlan.

The 4th Kimberley Diamond Cup Grand Slam skateboarding contest of 2014 took place at Canal Walk Shopping Centre in Cape Town over the weekend of the 29 – 31 of August. Cape Town is always one of the most entertaining stops as there is a huge skate scene and a lot of up-and-comers who are hungry to make a name for themselves. Over the course of the weekend thousands of spectators got to enjoy amazing skateboarding during the contest, demos by 20sk8 crew, live performances by Bfake and 5fm DJ’s DJ Warras and Stephanie B along.

Some the stand out skaters over the weekend had to be Alan Adams, Jean-marc Johannes, Alan Marola, who landed a huge transfer 50-50 during his run, and Kyle Trusky, who came in 3rd place and skated the a-frame with style and ease. Shuaib Philander skated consistently throughout the contest and won himself the Wildcard and also placed 2nd. In the end it was Khule Ngubane from Durban who added another Grand Slam title to his name after winning the last contest in Durban. Some of the most entertaining skating came out of the under 16s division with Tyler Kammies and Brad Baily getting a tie after their final runs. The winner was chosen after a tie-breaker run. They both skated amazingly but in the end it was Tyler Kammies who won for the second year in a row. Enwin Gelant was close behind in third place.

The Rider Cup came down two teams The Little Rascals who consisted of some of the youngest skaters in the who contest and 4 Stax who had Moses Adams, Mitchell Rice, Justus Kotze, and Jean-Marc Johannes; some of the best skateboarders in South Africa. The Little Rascals were landing trick after trick with no problem but 4 Stax took the win in the end with some great all-round skating.

Results

Under 16:
1. Tyler Kammies – R1800 + R800 Boogaloos voucher
2. Jeremy Stone – R1500 + R500 Boogaloos Voucher
3. Edwin Gellant – R1000 + R300 Boogaloos voucher

Over 17:
1. Khule Ngubane – R12000
2. Shuaib Philander (Wildcard)- R5000
3. Kyle Trusky – R3000

Rider Cup:
1. 4 Staxx – R10000
Mitchell Rice
Moses Adams
Jean-marc Johannes
Justus Kotze

2. Little Rascals
Brad Balie
Tyler Kammies
Ethan Cairns
Jeremy Stone

Best Trick:
Alan Adams – Kickflip Backside Overcrooks down the A-Frame rail – R3000

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Eric Palmer

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

KDC Canal Walk Grand Slam photo by Grant Mclachlan

Verb x Adventure Time Bro-Down

Verb x Adventure Time Bro-down

Verb x Adventure Time Bro-down

Now exclusively available for pre-order from Revolution Online!

‘Finn’ deck – available in 7.75″ and 7.875″.

‘Jake’ deck – available in 8.125″.

‘Beemo’ deck – available in 7.75″.

‘Brodown’ deck – available in 8.125″ and 8.25″.

‘Whirl’ deck – available in 7.75″ and 7.825″.

‘DIY’ deck – available 7.875″.

The decks are limited, so pre-order yours now! They will arrive in November.

Read the official Cartoon Network Verb x Adventure Time press release HERE.