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When people are doing something for love rather than money, those scenes quickly attract and assimilate like minded individuals, equally interested in and open to doing their own thing…
D.I.Y America is an ongoing series of documentary shorts from Aaron Rose, director of Beautiful Losers.
Chapter 4 of Make It Count wraps up this series showcasing Element’s defining moments.
Part 3 of the element documentary is out. I was a little skeptical when this series started, expecting to enjoy the early period but lose interest as it moved into more recent history.
The second chapter of the Element documentary is finally out, covering the period I’ve been most excited about seeing again.
I’ve been looking forward to this… the first chapter of a four part film, telling the story behind Element. From it’s early roots as an offshoot of New Deal, to the global brand it is today.
Here’s something tasteful to fill a half hour gap in your weekend. From the Winter 2004 issue of the long gone and sadly missed ON Video Magazine…
From his youth in the sticks of Grass Valley to becoming one of the most loved and respected skateboarders of all time to miraculously recovering from a horrific, paralyzing injury…
One of Skateboarding’s greatest strengths as a culture is its ability to be different things to different people and Natas really personifies what it’s meant to me over the years.