Carhartt and Lovenskate joined forces for a 10 days trip to the Isle of Man to celebrate the Scale of Radness! On board were Julian Furones, Igor Fardin, Rob Smith, Joe Gavin, Bertrand Trichet, Stu Smith, Andy Skillen, Alex Parton, Matt Ranson and Ewen Bower. Filmed and edited by Joe Gavin and additional filming by Rob Smith.
The trip was shot over a 2 week period with Pontus Alv, Jimmy McDonald, Dan Pensyl, Willy Akers, Phil Zwijsen, Rob Smith, Hjalte Halberg and Bram De Cleen all on board for the ride.
The competition, which coincides with the Rhymesayers European Tour gives fans a chance to create their own 15 minute mix of Rhymesayers material which they then upload here.
The winner will get a flashdrive full of music, albums by all the artists, a limited edition tour t-shirt, a Carhartt x UDG DJ bag, the chance to create an hour long mix for Carhartt’s radio and even personalised drops from the artists. The competition closes on September 27th.
The tour, which has a line-up of Atmosphere, Brother Ali, Evidence, Blueprint and Grieves & Budo hits the Electric Ballroom in London on November 7th.
Whilst you’re getting some inspiration, check out the new Evidence video for the track You, taken from his upcoming album Cats & Dogs.
Last week we mentioned that Lovenskate had hooked up with Carhartt for a series of boards, tees, teapots and mugs for their Tea-riffic series. A video from their crazy Tea Party has emerged this weekend featuring the one and only teacup bowl that was made for the launch. Watch it below and note that you can now purchase these from the Lovenskate store.
What a lovely surprise we had this morning when the postman turned up with a box full of Tea-rrific new products from our friends at Lovenskate. Skateboarding’s barmy army have joined forces with Carhartt this month for a series of decks, tees, mugs and tea pots with artwork from Graham Mitchell.
Stu Lovenskate and his brother came up with the concept of making a skateable tea cup and threw a tea party for good measure. The results were nothing but good times of course seen in these photos below.
Look out for them once these new collectables hit their online store and appear in various Carhartt shops soon.