Mexico-born, Los Angeles-based photographer and director Estevan Oriol shoots model Jeri Lee for Freestyle Rides in this short video. Best known for being quite adept at photographing both women and cars, Mr. Oriol seems very much in his element on the set of this Old Memories Australia-sponsored shoot as he captures a brood of beautiful, classic Chevrolets accessorized by a lingerie-clad Lee in Sydney. It’s hard to tell who the real star of this video is – but the catchy soundtrack (The Heavy’s “How You Like Me Now?”), mix of editing techniques and abundant aesthetic pleasures make it an entertaining watch.
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Documented by filmmaker David Rowe, To Live & Ride in L.A. is a new film that takes us to the streets of Los Angeles and gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the city’s underground fixed-gear bicycle community. Dedicated to speed and bravado, fixed-gear culture has taken the West Coast by storm and is slow spreading across many other major cities around the world. Following local legend Keo Curry, the film also explores several other big names and riders behind the underground movement. With over 40 minutes of special features, TRAFIK and Go Digital Distribution have partnered together to present the film to a worldwide audience on several major digital platforms including iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Xbox, Cable VOD and more. The DVD will also be available for purchase online following the film’s release date on June 21.
PUMA recently gave us the unique opportunity to link up Undefeated’s Eddie Cruz and KB, along with the musical trio known as N*E*R*D, more specifically Pharrell Williams and Shae Haley. Amongst them we held a conversation revolving around several facets of the industry, including the upcoming collaboration between UNDFTD and PUMA, history of the legendary PUMA Clyde and a general powwow between highly respected creative minds. Enjoy!
Director: David Gallardo
Honoring the birthday of the late and great J Dilla comes this interesting documentary tribute to his incomparable legacy. Entitled Still Shining, the piece contains commentaries from his mother and some of his closest friends. Most of the footage was shot on the day of his funeral. It was designed for his fans and supporters who knew of his accomplishments before February 2006 and those that have grown to appreciate his genius. Here, we gain a greater insight and understanding about the musical icon. Enjoy!
Despite having been released several years back, the Nike Free department has often fell to the wayside along more marketable pieces of running technology from the sportswear brand. The more minimalist and siped tooling makes a return in a short video titled “Throwdown.” In it, multiple sport disciplines are highlighted in which each athlete is wearing a pair of Nike Frees.