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JENKEM - The History of Skateboarding's Favorite Camera

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JENKEM - The History of Skateboarding's Favorite Camera
Consumer video technology has seen extensive innovations since the time Sony introduced the VX1000 in 1995. Hefty camcorders with resolutions under 500,000 pixels have been made obsolete by cell phone cameras with resolutions of over 12 million pixels.

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JENKEM - Inside the Mind of Filmmaker Patrik Wallner

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JENKEM - Inside the Mind of Filmmaker Patrik Wallner

For those who don’t know Patrik by name, you’ve almost definitely seen clips filmed by him in various Adidas projects or his Visual Traveling series where he travels to exotic places and documents skateboarding in them. Now based in Hong Kong, Our friend and videographer Ollie Rodgers met up with him to get a little peek at some of his current projects revolving around skating and beyond. Directed/Produced: Ollie Rodgers (Likewise Productions) Filmed by: Alix Roussel Additional Filming: Marty Law, Ollie Rodgers 16mm & Skate footage: Patrik Wallner Skaters: Johnnie Banana Tang, Alexander Yeadon, Mikey Silva

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JENKEM - "SF URCHINS" (Street Urchins in San Francisco)

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JENKEM - "SF URCHINS" (Street Urchins in San Francisco)
During their week-long stay in SF, The Street urchins pissed off plenty of people, mingled with some crazies and found the infamous Wheat Berry. Without further ado, we are hyped to present “SF Urchins”, featuring the whitest crew in skateboarding.

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High 5 - Early 90s skateboarding - San Francisco, Embarcadero, Studio 43, Noah Peacock

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High 5 - Early 90s skateboarding - San Francisco, Embarcadero, Studio 43, Noah Peacock
Here we T-Dogs get to tour around Embarcadero in its prime, hang out with Jake Phelps at Bryce Kanight's Studio 43 ramps and see what Noah Peacock gets up to when he's not skating.

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The Hill Bombing Skateboarders of San Francisco | The New Yorker

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The Hill Bombing Skateboarders of San Francisco | The New Yorker
Skateboarding the steep hills in San Francisco is undoubtedly dangerous, but for these skaters, it offers a sacred place to find stillness.

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