This is a compilation of my best tricks from 2017 to 2019. - Frai Gomez.
More goodies on the Proyecto Mexico Youtube Channel.
Valo 6 is the culmination of 15 years of the Valo skate brand, filmed over the course of three years on five continents. Like the Valo brand itself, Valo 6 starts in the hills of San Francisco and travels to locations like New York, Los Angeles, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, and Thailand with sections from: Jon Julio, Alex Broskow, Victor Arias, Soichiro Kanashima, David Sizemore, John Vossoughi, and the video’s director, Ivan Narez, who celebrates many familiar faces from the diverse Valo familia all over the globe. Valo may be over, but the memories never will fade. We are Valo. We are Them.
The year was 2019, and the world was a different place. For the fourth time, the Cayenne boys grabbed their bags, blades and cameras, and got together to create another beautiful piece. In Mexico, they found blue skies, spicy food and exotic drinks: more importantly, colorful spots and exciting new terrain to explore!
After three weeks of intense skating, meeting new friends and reconnecting with old ones along the way, the result encapsulates one hell of a trip: this is CUADRO, press play and come along for the ride!
Original Soundtrack by Yves Ardelt. Graphics & Animations by Jonas Bodtker. Soundmix & Design: Konrad Deissner. Photography by Dominik Wagner & David Sizemore. Details: Run time: 38 minutes / Video file: 2.2 GB file.
The Playa crew takes us on an adventure exploring the Mayan underworld and free diving shenanigans. Then we head to the Hard Rock hotel to take a tour around the Woodward Rivera Maya skate facility and Rorro sends some solid back flops for yall! Haha enjoy. - Joe Atkinson.
It has been a while but here’s an update… I’m currently based in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. We are living a crazy life right now so I thought It’d be rude not to share it with yall :)
Stay tuned as the crew witnesses some incredible feats of nature, Caribbean wildlife and the most beautiful beaches Rivera Maya has to offer… We also stop by to blade with the homies at the Nohoch Skate School in Puerto Aventuras. Like & Sub much love! - Joe Atkinson.
Thanks James Tsoi for the beats & Frai Gomez for helping film.
Check out a behind the scenes with Mike Mcmullen on the making of the Hermanos - Mexico Book. Printed at colornet press in Los Angeles. Thanks to all the assemblers!
Here are some infos about my trip in the South of America! - Roman Abrate.
You probably saw the Hermanos Mexico 15s trailer, posted on november 29, 2017. Here is the extended one minute version. Oh and if you missed it, check the Hermanos - Sylvain Chaussee’s Edit, he worked on the film as the 16mm technician, and produced this skating edit, featuring behind the scenes.
Hermanos Mexico - “These images were documented in the summer of 2013 through various cities in the country of Mexico. Entirely captured on 16mm motion picture and variances of still film.
These experiences take you through what it’s like to live on the road in the pursuit of following your childhood dreams. In our case, growing up rollerblading and continuing to do it for 20 years, one could hardly imagine that it could ever take you so far, and for so long”.
The Hermanos Volume 01 - Mexico Package comes with an instant digital download and a 64 page offset printed book. Visit Hermanos.film for more information.
Photography by Brandon Smith, Additional Photography by Ivan Narez. 16mm Technician: Sylvain Chaussée. Title Design: Pablo Partida. Art Direction: Mike McMullen. Hermanos means Brothers.
The moment has finally arrived where I can show you all one of the projects I’ve invested most of my time into for the past few years… The launch of a series of films and books all documenting the sport we’ve been lucky enough to find. Here is the first film and book series all shot in Mexico. - Ivan Narez.
These images were documented in the summer of 2013 through various cities in the country of Mexico. Entirely captured on 16mm motion picture film and variances of still film. Featuring: Brian Freeman, Brandon Smith, Victor Arias & more.
These experiences take you through what it’s like to live on the road in the pursuit of following your childhood dreams.
In our case, growing up rollerblading and continuing to do it for 20 years, one could hardly imagine that it could ever take you so far, and for so long. Visit Hermanos.film for more information.
Hermanos - A film by Ivan Narez. Photography by Brandon Smith, Additional Photography by Ivan Narez. 16mm Technician: Sylvain Chaussée. Title Design: Pablo Partida. Art Direction: Mike McMullen. Hermanos means Brothers.