The next section from the Compression video is now online.
“Here is the Provence (South east) part from the DVD body.
numbers in the corner are here to locate (not too precisely 😉 ) the spots since they represent the french geographic department numbers.
cheers to Hadrien Picard , Mowgly, Alexis and Vanomagne for their help at filming and thanks to the diggers!
music: “Sad robot” by Pornophonique”
I figured I’d get this posted up in the Daily section as well. Isaac dropped this new S&M edit to go along with his interview that I just posted up on the features side of the site. As a note, these are just clips he couldn’t use for another video project coming up, so expect some more footage soon!
If you saw Mark Matthews-Frederick‘s interview I dropped yesterday on the main blog, you would have seen a 3D rendering of Chris Courtenay’s new sprocket. Today, Colony dropped photos of the prototype CC sprocket. This CNC machined 7075-T6 Alloy sprocket will come in black, red, purple blue, gold and polished. It will be available around August of this year as well. Check out more angles of the sprocket here.
Cult just dropped this new edit featuring Dakota Roche. Random bits and pieces of awesome that didn’t have a home until now.
I’ve had a few people ask when these new pegs from Subrosa would be out, and now you know. Miles Rogoish’s signature Pegarillo pegs will be available April 20th.
Matthias Dandois has this amazing new edit for Red Bull. Nobody can deny that Matthias is on a whole different level, and it’s really cool to see him trying to mix street and skateparks into his flatland lines. It’s so hard to even describe, let alone imagine, how he does what he does.
I also noticed another thing about the intro to this video. I’m not 100% sure if it is, but it seems to be a tribute to Paul Osicka who also has that same street/flatland mentality… Check out his part from the Fox “Expendable 3” video after the jump. You will know why I’m mentioning this right away…