Phil Evans and Levi’s Skateboarding released the first film from the Lightbox series. Lightbox: Grey was shot by Phil on Super 8 during a Grey trip to Malmö last Autumn with animations by Mike O Shea. Featuring the skateboarding of Darius Trabalza, Jak Pietryga, Jeremy Jones, Joe Gavin, John Bell and Luka Pinto and an original soundtrack by Irish producer, Gibbo.
You can find our more about the Lightbox project here and check out The 3.5 Strategy, the accompanying article from Grey vol. 02 issue 07, here.
Scottish filmmaker Zander Ritchie recently finished “Weather Permitting”, Focus Skate Store’s new full-length video and Grey Skateboard Mag had a chance to interview Zander about its release. “Weather Permitting” is available now on DVD from Focus. Click here to order a copy.
Jethro Coldwell hits the ground running with this clip for Grey. Jethro is a Manchester local who combines technical tricks with rough, crusty spots. This is a return to their “Grey” video part formula: short, raw, no music and shot on VX.
Jacob K Brown remixed footage from Pop Trading Company’s “Pop Clips” series for the Pop Recycled 2014 project.
Pop Trading Company is the distributor of Grey, Palace and Magenta in Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. The video highlights their team of rippers.
Grey Skate Mag interviewed filmmaker Josh Stewart about his latest video, Static IV for the current issue of Grey, Vol. 02 Issue 05. Static IV DVDs arrived in UK shops last Friday and you can now read the interview online.
Grey Skate Mag interviewed Pontus Alv back in March (before “Cherry” and “Static I”V premiered) to get some information for their Polar NYC article in Vol. 02 Issue 04.
As you might expect Pontus covered a lot more ground than just the trip in question, so they decided to publish the interview in full and you can read it by clicking here.