DVD’s in the modern era are a sad rarity in our scene from my perspective, during the last two years you can count those on less than one hand. Dane Beardsley’s Same thing daily project and IGI’s travel video are all we have had. Stewart Munro from Australia stepped up to the plate with an ambitious project to collect and edit together rider sections from all the planet, when you think about that in the modern internet culture and free edits available everyday it almost seems like a thankless task.
Thankfully Stewart stuck to the task which being so far away from all the other riders is I can imagine a tough task to collate together. The downloadable video straight to your laptop is catching on in other sports such as Skateboarding, more recently massive companies such as Adidas are releasing their projects for a small fee online. Will it catch on to what is essentially a small flatland audience? Only time will tell…
Peep this awesome second trailer for Stewart Munro’s latest video project Landscapes, download yours on the link below!
“Landscapes” is a new full length video showcasing some of the best flatlanders from around the world. Featuring Simon O’Brien, Alex Worden, Yorihisa Shiota, Seppl Pospischil, Viki Gómez, Iwata Tang-meng Hiroki, Masashi Itani, George Manos, Sebastian Grubinger, Noyer Thomas, Brandon Fenton, Paul Chamberlain, Scott Powell and many more !
Catching up after a busy weekend at the UK Flatland Championships. Stewart Munro just dropped in an email to let the world know his long awaited “Landscapes” video is now available to buy online!
“Landscapes ” is a new full length video showcasing some of the best flatlanders from around the world. Featuring Simon O’Brien, Alex Worden, Yorihisa Shiota, Seppl Pospischil, Viki Gomez, Iwata Tang-meng Hiroki, Masashi Itani, George Manos, Sebastian Grubinger, Thomas Noyer, Brandon Fenton, Paul Chamberlain and many more !
Yo, this is a sick edit! Last week Alex dropped the edit with the title “Boomerang to halfpacker” as you all know there was an elephant glide in there before the halfpacker that I pointed out, we had a healthy discussion back and forth on the site about the move. Alex has since been working on tightening that combo up, and has it down to scuffs on the elephant glide before going into the halfpacker, plus some interesting forward sideglide variations. Check this one out! Progression!