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Ludvig… Big Ollie.

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Context. Similar to Kraftwerk making the music they did in the 70s and 80s and why it was so influential to techno, house, dnb and electronic music as a whole. Some of it might be a bit meh here and there, but it’s about what was possible at the time.

I can’t stand stand the fawing and public wanking over the Gonz, but his part in Video Days is really one of the all time greatest. Boards were still super heavy and wide with no/tiny noses, trucks usually had a 1"-2" risers, wheels were around 60mm and he’s throwing down on rails that you’d still see in video parts today. Similar for the rest of the guys on the team. it’s largely about context, what was possible and how people were thinking about skating at the time.


2" risers?!?


It’s exactly like this, and a perfect analogy.
I am a big electronic music fan but I didn’t hear Kraftwerk till quite late on and by that time music was pretty advanced. Their stuff is really basic sounding now so it didn’t have the impact it should have. Luckily I can appreciate art in the context/time it was made, which is important, and in so many different ways.

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Fuck yeah that was nice. Never thought I’d say I enjoyed a nollie front foot flip

God damn I hate the way purple teeth films.

I want to see PJ’s glorious and precise style, not the soles of his feet

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Completely agree but I’ll take what I can get with Peej


Never had Cellblocks under some Gullwing Pro III’s?!! All the extra leverage to get that board close to vertical for your tweenage ollies? No!? Just me?

I thought everyone knew Gullwings had risers built in???

Getting a lot of hype on Insta tonight.


What the fuck, how?

With a durag.

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That thing is fucking huge

fucking hell i gasped when i saw this earlier, no idea how he pops so high he barely even has to bend for it !

Be on Skateline I reckon.

I’m looking forward to this new part.

Same here but the reality is, it could be fucking awful.

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