When skater Israel Dejene first arrived in a tough neighborhood of Addis Ababa, he saw children “sliding down the asphalt with plastic fixed to the underside of their shoes”. In an effort to curb their stealing and potential to wander down the hazardous path of delinquency, Dejene founded Ethioskate. Intoto region-residing boys and girls from the ages of 6 through 19 are invited to participate in the skate project, where Dejene seeks to help them realize their own potential to do gravity-defying things, help others and ultimately contribute to the greater good.
Since ollies, kick flips and other skateboarding tricks happen so quickly, it can often be difficult to see what’s happening in one’s body. With current technology, though, those questions are no longer…
The classic convertible might be ideal for traversing the golden highways of Venice Beach, California, and the gondola preferred for its older counterpart in Italy, but for athlete Guy Mariano the skateboard is the best method of transport of them all.
Shot from this past November to February, professional skateboarder Danny Garcia navigates LA at sundown and showcases the city’s more “angelic” side.
Professional skateboarder Kilian Martin is as innovative as he is timeless–so is this video.