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Check out the feature from the Valo4Life Premiere, that went down this weekend in San Francisco.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for coming out. All the families,friends, people from all over the U.S., France, UK, and Australia. It truly was an epic night. AMAZING!
The Apple Juice is the mushroomed story of my personal involvement in rollerblading over the course of the past decade, complete with full color photographs; vignettes of the artwork that is rollerblading. It incorporates my adventures in New Jersey and New York City as a youth to my subsequent and various cross-country trips to many of America's great cities and hub locations for the rollerblading industry and culture, including a year spent in San Francisco working with Sean Cullen and Kevin Yee on the film, The Apple Rest in Peace San Francisco, which was of great inspiration.
Is Sean Cullen crazy? Is Sean Cullen a genius? I’m not really sure. I’ve watched this DVD several times now, and all I can say is that he’s definitely something. With the release of The Apple R.I.P. SF, Cullen has pushed the blade-video genre into a new area.
On many of the Inri pieces we find crosses, depictions of Jesus, and overall religious symbolism. How does Inri relate to these Christian symbols? Is Inri a Christian inspired brand? What is the connection between rollerblading lifestyle and religiosity?
San Francisco is a city home to 8 ft. tall black men dressed as women, socialist midget lesbian activists, some of stupidest fucking hippies ever and crack heads who talk to and pee on themselves in public while crossing the street at a red light.
In the video “The Apple That Fell over the Lake”, we follow curious Mr. Sea as he decides to pack up and head over the Atlantic Ocean to England in order to make a fresh start at a new life, without the troubles of rollerblading...
Sean Cullen is one of rollerbladings most controversial figures. Seen by many as a reckless law breaking sociopath, Sean unapologetically portrays rollerblading in a unprecedented manner through both his skating and video production. His level of understanding regarding rollerblading is that of a...
Since all the Apple vids are made for non rollerbladers and done in an abstract art-nouveau film kind of way its hard for rollerbladers to watch and alot of the amazing clips that Sean gets are overlooked and unseen by bladers. I wanted to do something showcasing some of the gnarly clips that Sean gets, in a way thats tailored just for bladers. I present to you the first edition of the Sean C Chronickills, Fwhat! -Luke Bender
The fine gentlemen at Mushroomblading.com have reworked their site and put out a couple heavy hitting podcasts/interviews to celebrate their relaunch.
This is the first of Sean Seas sections in 'The Rebirth', the first INRI team video. Check it out!
In this edit you can see Paul John taking a somehow different approach to skating. He is tackling the ugly urban elements and is trying out new things. Edit by Sean Sea.
Haven't seen a Gershon Mosley section in years. So stoked.
The friendly guys from stabyourselfintheface.com have just posted an interview with Hayden Ball who's also apparently filming for their upcoming video.
Kevin Yee and Sean Sea have just released the full video online in 3 parts.
Peep this one or Sean Cullen will destroy you!
The INRI derelicts (and family) loaded up the gear and went to go visit fellow crew member Hayden Ball and friends in San Diego. This video documents the day they were there.