As promised two week’s ago, Patrik Wallner returns with another incredible, full-length visual traveling skateboarding feature titled ‘Meet the Stans’.
In his latest film, spots in China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan are located and sessioned by Dave Bachinsky, Jimmy McDonald, Laurence Keefe, Dan Zvereff, Stas Provotorov, Gosha Konyshev, Walker Ryan, Kenny Reed and Michael Mackrodt. Follow their travels on the ancient Silk Road that takes them through a cultural masterpiece.
This week’s Skate Edit of the Week is made up of of 30 minutes of footage, so get those teas on and take it all in.
Put the 5th of November in your dairy if you are a fan of Patrick Wallner’s travel edits. ‘Meet the Stans’ documents the journey of a group of various skateboarders traveling along the ancient Silk Road traversing China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan.
On the road were Dave Bachinsky, Jimmy McDonald, Laurence Keefe, Dan Zvereff, Stas Provotorov, Gosha Konyshev, Walker Ryan, Kenny Reed and Michael Mackrodt. The results should be a must see.
Enjoy this trailer for now and we will bring you the full feature once it’s live.
Patrick Wallner’s Visual Traveling tales continue to drop online. This week he has unleashed Holy Cow, a ten minute feature traveling through South Asian countries such as India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka with Walker Ryan, Laurence Keefe, Michael Mackrodt and Kenny Reed on board for the ride.
Watch this fantastic documentary and take in the culture.
After completing a 10,000 Kilometer journey from Moscow to Hong Kong, Patrik Wallner is proud to present the continuation of the trail around the Asian peninsula with “The Mandalay Express“.
The route from south Vietnam to northern Myanmar is followed by Casey Rigney, Geng Jakkarin, Dan Zvereff, Kenny Reed, John Tanner, Laurence Keefe and Denny Pham. This skateumenatry style shot film displays the skateboarding and adventures of an one month journey through the exotic Southeast Asia.
DVD release is planned for Autumn 2011, stayed tuned.
Watch below for a glance into the future of Rasa Libre’s ‘Winter Solstice‘, a visual celebration of the days becoming lighter again.
In just forty seconds this little ‘Holiday Blend‘ blip is packed with enough sunshine-drenched goodness to get you scribbling out your entire Christmas wishlist and replacing it with the word ‘summer’.
New Kenny Reed footage means that we are all on Santa’s good list! Hooray!