Posts Tagged ‘arlo eisenberg’
2010 Repost: updated Youtube mirror, english audio + french audio/subs.
Featuring Tom Fry, Rene Hulgreen, Jon Julio, Arlo Eisenberg, Cesar Mora, Ivano Gagliardo & more.
A true master of the mash up, Dan Leifeld has been bringing new and old blading to our screens in a totally unique way for quite some time now.
Dan’s knowledge of rollerblading history may well be unparalleled. His commitment to the hours spent pouring over classic videos and obscure TV commercials from blading’s 90s hey day is a marvel in itself.
This particular series of videos was first available as a VOD earlier in the year and we are extremely happy to have partnered with Dan on bringing them to the world in a permanent home. Featuring a lot of your favourite pros and some you might have forgotten about. Chapter One is 27 minutes of pure brilliance.
Amateur Inline League July 10th, 2010 @ Woodward West.
Filmed by Daniel Scarano and Tanner Madix ; Edited by Daniel Scarano.
Mural by Arlo Eisenberg @ Woodward West
quoting Arlo Eisenberg:
Last week I painted a mural for the “Art Park” at Woodward West.
Woodward West is part of the Woodward family of skateparks that are known the world over for providing the best, most state-of-the-art training facilities for action sport athletes and gymnasts.
Woodward almost single-handedly revolutionized action sports, and certainly helped to make them ready for prime-time, by introducing training techniques familiar to gymnasts, but previously unknown to action sports.
Foam pits and resi-pads opened up a whole new world of acrobatic tricks to skateboarders, rollerbladers and bmxers that, before Woodward, would have been too dangerous to attempt. […]
After returning from a week in Texas for skate camp at my family’s skatepark I headed right back out to Camp Woodward West in Tehachapi, CA.
I was there this week from Monday night to Thursday afternoon (during Intuition Week) working on a new mural for Woodward’s “Art Park.”
Nikki and I worked feverishly on the mural for the few days we were there and finished it in time to return home to Santa Ana on Thursday and greet my father who flew in from Texas to see us. […] (via).