Phil Evans has sent us another creative video edit to share with you today featuring Brian Corscaden, Fogo, Rob Moss, David Stenstrom, Al Collins, Martin O Grady, Daniel Stankovic and Phil Zwijsen. His mixture of Lomokino, Super 8 and digital cameras have been put to the test here with great results forming Light is Light.
The track is originally by Lungfish, one of Dischord’s most unique bands, but this version of ‘Love is Love’ has been recorded by Tortoise & Bonnie “Prince” Billie. A remarkable cover of a classically timeless track. Great stuff.
Phil Evans has documented his buddy James Caroll this month to share his design skills he uses to recycle old decks into picture frames. Watch this and get inspired. If you cannot make your own, you can buy them here.
Philip Evans is back a fantatastic Panoramic Series featuring footage shot in Stockholm with Daniel Gronwall. It was shot completely in Panoramic using a set of photographic print filters and painted filters. Check the Format Perspective website for a much more detailed account of how this was put together.
Phil Evans sent us a DIY bowl edit this morning freshly built in Ireland inside an abandoned roofless room. This task took a while with not much knowledge and know-how but as we all know, effort and will always comes good.
Watch this edit featuring Rob Moss, Gibbo, Finn Merrins, Brian Corscaden, Ciaran Hughes, Gav Coughlan, Shane Wheelan, Rich Gilligan, John Dillon, Patrick Bateman and Sherbert Dipdab with Max Zaska’s drumming guitar skills.
It was a pleasure to hear from Phil Evans last night who sent over this new edit shot last year whilst filming for the Format Perspective full length through Slovenia and Sweden. The results in this edit are a new experiment mixing HD, Super 8 and some illustration.
Click play for footage from the trip featuring Emma Lindgren, Olivier Shonqvist, David Stenstrom, Craig Scott and Jake Snelling. Format Perspective can be purchased here. Support the cause.
If you have been stoked on the Format Perspective teasers that have been appearing online this summer then get hyped on the UK screening that has just been announced. Phil Evans’ film that documents the lives and opinions of six European skate photographers will be shown on Thursday 4th August, 8pm, The Wayward Gallery, 47 Mowlem Street, London, E2 9HE in association with Kingpin Magazine and Carhartt.