Posts Tagged ‘omar wysong’
Yuri Botelho, Russel Day, Omar Wysong & Louie Zamora.
Previously: Circolo Wheels, Louie Zamora & Omar Wysong.
Nov 5, 2012: Artworks for Circolo Wheels
ZAMORA . WYSONG . DAY . BOTELHO
Previously: Circolo Wheels feat. Louie Zamora & Omar Wysong.
A Concrete Nation Production.
Photos: Jeff Linett.
Other tricks from the likes of Arlo Eisenberg, Robert Lievanos, Brooke Howard Smith, BJ Bernhart, Eric Schrijn, Fridolin Eelbo, Louie Zamora, Murda, Dom Sagona and many more.
Courtesy of rollingvideos.com.
- Intro: DJ Shadow – What Does Your Soul Look Like (pt.2)
- Jon Elliott: Pink Floyd – Time
- Omar Wysong: Krayzie Bone feat. Snoop Dogg – The War iz On
- Friends: Michael Jackson – Billy Jean
- Brian Shima 1: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Last Dance w/ Mary Jane
- Brian Shima 2: Nirvana – Something in the Way
- Crashes: Mott the Hoople – All the Young Dudes
- Dustin Latimer 1: Cirque Du Soleil – Rumeurs
- Dustin Latimer 2: Cirque Du Soleil – Ombra
- Aaron Feinberg: Foreigner – Juke Box Hero
Originally posted in march 2009.
Shot From Dark, a video project by Dustin Thompson and Ryan Kofman (Duty Free Productions).
Omar Wysong Retrospective
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, raised in the midwest. Omar Wysong moved to California to pursue skating full time.
Skating professionally for 10 plus years. He has had 3 pro wheels, 5 pro frames in which he revolutionized the first 2 wheel frame, known as freestyle.
Omar injects a “freestyle”, abstract type skating where he incorporates the conventional with the unconventional. Also an actor Omar now resides in Calabasas California with his family.
Ripstyle Short: Video Offline. Sound by Dj Wally Pishposh.
Photo Set by Jeff Linett
Legendary Omar Wysong Edits
Omar Wysong: Monx Section
Omar Wysong: Fruitbooter Section
Omar Wysong: Closer Section
Omar Wysong: Brain Fear Gone Section
This week, let’s take a look at the Box Magazine Class of 2000 from the January 2000 issue.
It is interesting to look at the list of names featured and see the different paths their lives have taken.
Every skater on the list has left an impact on skating. Some of them continue to influence the blading universe with their skating or other talents, while others have moved on with their lives or faded into obscurity or infamy. — Ben Rogers