Nobody likes having hard nipples at this time of year ... So just in time here are possibly the sexiest looking hoodies known to mankind ... If they are not trendy enough for you we can always wack the price up to £85 …. Grab one from The Level Shop , Boardroom or click the Shop link above ..
Published: November 11, 2014
Been working on this one for a bit , due to all our very different
timescales , lots of it was impulsive which made its loads of fun
filming with these 2 beasts !!
Skaters : Mitch Wheeler and Louis Antoine .
Music . The Doors . The Changeling .
Skaters : Mitch Wheeler and Louis Antoine .
Music . The Doors . The Changeling .
Filmed by AD .. Edited by Ed Hubert
Published: October 28, 2014
Dean Robertson 1 foot blunt .. Pic Harvey Mills
Drawing Boards and Herbal skateboards
met up at the House Of Vans for a mash up session. Competing brands?
Bollocks to that. Skateboarding’s about inclusion and respect, right?
The companies have different styles and approaches, but their ideals
and ethos’s are the same principally to have fun. This kind of
collaboration doesn’t generally happen in many industries, but
skateboarding is different and always will be. Plenty of good stuff went
down, Here’s the highlights ...
Big Thanks to Sidewalk for hosting the clip !!!
Published: October 09, 2014
Up now on Caught in the crossfire …… Click HERE !!
Published: September 17, 2014
Bit of a story behind this one , Jak was sleep deprived that morning so he decided to put unleaded into a diesel car . Unaware we headed to Hastings .. Inevitably we broke down a fair distance from the park . Jaks warm up was basically hacking blindly to the park on a hangover . He ended up winning the comp and a load of money which all ended up going on sorting out the motor … You lose some , you win some then you lose some I guess . Props to everyone at Hastings , as always a really fun day . Enjoy the edit !!
Published: September 12, 2014
Battle of Hastings kicked off .. Jak took 1st and Louis took 2nd ...
The front noseblunt was pretty deep ... Managed to get some footage so expect to see that surface shortlyish ....
Also sponsored the Level comp , Croydon Jam , Wherry Town Plaza Comp and Crawley Jam . Feels good to be involved in these events .. If you have an event on let us know ....
Meanwhile in Cornwall Rob Fuller be getting busy !!!
Published: September 08, 2014
These have been in the pipeline for a while …… Finally they have arrived !!!!
It's all well and good making people laugh , but as the missis said you have a platform use it !!!!
Explantations bellow ..
Polar Bear Shell Hell
Most of us are now aware that climate change really is happening, yet somehow one of the major contributors to it managed to get the rights to explore for oil off the coast of the Arctic. This coast is truly one of the world’s last wild places. It contains no roads, trails, or structures and its pristine habitat supports large populations of caribou, muskoxen, bears, wolves, dall sheep, and snow geese.
The coastal plain is the biological heart of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and is also home to thousands of migratory birds.
Drilling in or transporting offshore oil through this natural wonder would cause severe ecological damage. Development would threaten already disappearing areas for polar bears and disturb the fragile ecosystem, which also serves at least 135 bird species that gather there for breeding, nesting and migratory activities.
If that’s not enough, drilling off the coast of the Arctic would also threaten the habitat of the endangered bowhead whale. Offshore drilling creates loud industrial noise, and ice flows make it difficult if not impossible to clean up oil spills. Bowhead whales cannot detect oil in the water and therefore cannot avoid contaminated areas.
Has the world officially gone crazy?
Not quite yet – it seems a glimmer of hope for the Arctic has emerged with news of Shell announcing it will halt drilling, due to a series of mishaps (Karma?).
Our precious Arctic is not another playground to be destroyed by corporate giants so please follow the link to stay aware and make sure Shell keep their hands off the Arctic for good...
Orangutans Vs Palm Oil
You as a consumer might be shocked to learn that you are playing an unwitting part in the continuing destruction of the tropical rainforest and some pretty spectacular creatures who dwell there – not just by purchasing timber and paper products, but through a wide variety of everyday items lurking in your shopping bag. Chocolate, crisps, detergents, toothpastes and shampoo may all be tainted with the damaging environmental and social impacts of palm oil.
Palm oil is a type of vegetable oil extracted from the palm fruit which grows on the African oil palm tree originating from Western Africa, but can flourish wherever heat and rainfall are abundant. Today, almost all palm oil is produced in and exported from Indonesia and Malaysia; unfortunately a vast majority of the time this is done through highly unsustainable measures.
Vast areas of pristine rainforest are slashed and burned each year in order to make way for oil palm plantations. Many orangutans and other wildlife are cruelly killed, injured and displaced in the process - all so this one vegetable oil can be used unnecessarily in our foods and cleaning products. This large-scale deforestation is pushing orangutans to extinction, along with many other vital native species of Borneo and Sumatra.
Follow the link below to see a list of products to cross off your shopping list and support alternatives to give these magnificent Great Apes a chance of survival..
RIP Western Black Rhino
Rhinos were once free to roam throughout Eurasia and Africa and were well known to early Europeans, who drew and carved them in cave paintings. Today they are rarely found outside of conservation areas.
The West African black rhino once roamed freely across most of West Africa, but by the beginning of the century you would be lucky to spot a few individuals in northern Cameroon. In fact an extensive 2006 survey failed to find any evidence of the animals and none have been found since.
Sadly, they are now classified as Extinct.
In South Africa 37 Rhinos have already been killed in the first few weeks of 2014. South Africa is home to about 80 per cent of Africa’s rhinos. The South African government has revealed that a record 1004 rhinos were killed by poachers during 2013 across the country, the equivalent of nearly three animals a day. The annual poaching figure has almost doubled from the 668 rhinos lost in 2012, and brings South Africa’s rhino populations closer to a critical tipping point when deaths will begin to outnumber births driving the animals into a dangerous decline.
Please follow the link below to find out what is being done to protect these remaining spectacular beasts and how you can get involved to help...
Just for the record … Our decks are made from Canadian Maple . Only prime trees are cut and replanted for future crops. Same as high grade furniture veneers !!!
Available in all good Skate Shops !!!
Published: September 02, 2014
This South Coast powerhouse needed to be hooked up and everyone was down .. At last we can start releasing his footage into the wild !!! Bon Bon !! Cheers to Sidewalk for sharing with the masses !! Watch this space !!!
Published: August 22, 2014
Our Boyo Jak Tonge smashed it coming 4th in Boardmasters Pro .
Check the footage for his qualifing run and his hat steez for music confirmation .
Liam , George , Dean PJ and Isaac also all killed it so look out for footage and stories that may or maynot surface sometime soon .
Tour went off with very little planning . We ended up camping on the beach and seeing Snoop Dicky Dog . Cheers to Powley for sorting us out . Big up the illusive Rob Fuller !!
Published: August 11, 2014
Jak Tonge DIY Nose Grind .. Pic Ranny
Jak Tonge Noseblunt shuv . Pic Rich West
Pole Jam .. Pic Toby Shaw
Got a load more too but saving them for an upcoming interview we just finished ..
If you thirsty for more skate pics CLICK HERE !!
Also Been working on a little edit with Mitch Wheeler and our "New rider" !!! So get hyped for that one …
Meantime plenty of clips HERE !!
Published: July 18, 2014