The Emerica team have been enjoying the UK’s spots this week with demo’s and signings in Newcastle, Manchester and Stoke. Watch the Manchester demo at the new Freestyle built Projekt’s skatepark from Route One’s coverage here with Andrew Reynolds, Jerry Hsu, Bryan Herman, Tom Knox, Casper Brooker and Rob Maatman.
The team will be at Mile End tomorrow signing at Parlour at 4.30pm before a demo as scheduled at 6.30pm. The good news is that the weather forecast predicts showers well in advance of this so don;t get put off if it’s wet in the afternoon, it will be dry by 6pm.
Born in Cape Town, South Africa with a massive influence from RAD and Thrasher Magazine he was religiously engulfed into the punk rock and skateboarding lifestyle. Not a self proclaimed artist but a loser with a passion. Painting to pass time and to kill the Grey Britain, a style developed that sucked and was useless, but somehow looked cool.
Crow now has his works on display for the first time ever at Parlour Skate Store in Mile End, London. Go down there and meet him personally on the 14th July where he will be live screen printing with special deals. Useless Exhibition works include: Musicians Travis Barker, Lars Frederiksen, Mike Ness, Lemmy, and Skinhead Rob. Skateboarders include Duane Peters, Lee Ralph, Neil Heddings, Jason Jessee + more.
Charlie Birch is a name you will be hearing a lot about in the future if the Liverpool ripper continues to hit the road. Here’s a clip of a recent London trip covering MW2, Mile End, Cantelowes and more for Lost Art.
Firstly, it’s good to see Rob Mathieson back skating after his injury. Secondly, he joins Jamie Morley, Matt Boulton and Ben Coughlan at Mile End for a few tricks in this edit filmed by Mark Jackson.
Thirdly, the new Haslemere skatepark in Surrey is open and features in this. We didnt know that Haslemere was designed by Wheelscape and built by Gravity until last week. A first example of 2 skatepark builders working together which is good to see. Enjoy this short.
It’s not often you see footage of sessions at Mile End skate park at night time butSam Bird has his night vision goggles on to capture this session. Felipe Dal Cin, Chris Oliver, Dan Cates, Shaun Witherup, Simon de Oliveira and many more locals were down at East London’s hot spot built by Gravity for the ride.