A collaboration between Kodak and The Girl Skateboard Co. celebrating skateboarding, Girl’s rich filmmaking history, and Kodak’s new Super8 camera.
The short film features the Girl Skateboards team on the road traveling from Seattle, Washington to San Francisco, California. Along the way they captured their adventures on the new Kodak Super8 camera. Featuring Andrew Brophy, Cory Kennedy, Mike Carroll, Rick Howard, Rick McCrank, Sean Malto, Simon Bannerot and Tyler “Manchild” Pacheco.
The collaboration includes an offering of skateboards, wheels, and printed apparel. The Kodak | Girl Skateboard Co. collection is now available finer skate shops world wide. Visit http://girlskateboards.com/kodak/
The Girl & Chocolate crew take over the streets of La Brea in this fun edit from Crailtap. Featuring Vincent Alvarez, Mike Carroll, Sean Malto, Raven Tershy, Yonnie Cruz, and more.
Girl Skateboards welcomes Andrew Brophy to the family with this clip in which Andrew skates spots all over LA while utilizing that signature Brophy pop. Nice one, Brophy!
Let’s be honest, the landscape of skateboarding has changed significantly over the past two decades. We now have more skateboard parks, less skateboard magazines and more skateboard brands and skateboarders across the planet that we did in 1995. And yes, what used to be our little subculture and industry is now widespread, shared and affiliated with bigger businesses and publicly traded corporate entities. The fact is, times change and things still progress, and sometimes for the better.
Today it was disclosed that Girl and its affiliated roster of brands including: Girl Skateboards, Chocolate Skateboards, Lakai, Fourstar and Royal has teamed up with Altamont Capital Partners for investment with their business going forward.
Transworld Business’ Kailee Bradstreet caught up with Girl’s co-founders, Rick Howard, Megan Baltimore, and Mike Carroll for a bit of insight as to what this all means and where Girl is headed in the months and years to come.