Posts tagged ‘germany’

The Metal Battle | Nike SB “Roller Derby” Launch

17 October 2011, 22.25 | Posted in history, museums, Skateboarding | 1 comment »

Skateboard Museum in Stuttgart, Germany recently hosted a party to launch the Nike SB “Roller Derby” Dunks they inspired. Check out the above vid where the creative team behind Made For Skate get experiential. These guys are going to prove ahead of their time, watch.

Skateboard Shreds

02 April 2010, 16.46 | Posted in Art, Skateboarding, videos | No comments »

Columnist Oli Tielsch brings us this almost too rad for words animated video from fellow German Tilman Singer. “Skateboard Shreds” features clippings from German skate mags come alive. Fucking awesome.

Monster Skate # 284

02 March 2010, 14.26 | Posted in magazines, Skateboarding | No comments »

Germany’s raddest skate magazine, Monster, dropped their new issue today. If you can read German, you can enjoy some dope features on Leo Romero, Pat Lindenberger, and Kenny Reed. If you can’t, you can still enjoy the pictures. Check out more on the new issue on Oli Tielsch’s column above.

Nike SB Berlin | Alive With Pleasure Boxset

17 October 2009, 21.18 | Posted in photography, retail, Skateboarding, special editions | No comments »

Rad Collector - Nike SB Alive With Pleasure Boxset
Corresponding with the opening of the SB Pop Up in Berlin, Nike has put together the “Alive With Pleasure” boxset to be sold exclusively at the store. “Alive With Pleasure” includes a signed poster and book by photographer Alex Flach and a tee. The set is limited to 100 pieces. Nike SB Pop Up Berlin is located at Torstrasse 72.

LousyLivin Company – Scarlett

18 November 2007, 16.32 | Posted in Fashion, Skateboarding | No comments »

It has been really quite around LousyLivin Company for some time now. Now some new product by the brand has arrived in stores. The brand by artist Stefan Marx has always had interesting graphics to offer, different from pretty much everything else that was out there. As part of their latest releases they put out the Scarlett series, a skateboard deck and t-shirt featuring Scarlett Johansen.
Other than the Scarlett set, they released more t-shirts, all with very strong artwork. LousyLivin Company is the kind of brand that you understand and love, or it’s just not your thing. Either way, make sure to check it out. The new products are now available on- and offline at Azita.

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