Poetic Collective’s Samuel Norgren enjoys the winter days in Copenhagen and Malmö and brought along his buddies in this video for Vans Europe.
Makke just released a new video and apparently it is unused footage from 2019. Not exactly accurate, since it has a lot of footage from the Poetic Video but definitely worth a second watch and pretty entertaining. A lot of Berlin footage and even more good friends in this one.
Featuring: Santiago Sasson, Tom Botwid, Simon Källkvist & more.
Another instant classic by our homies from Sweden. Poetic Collective’s very own Samuel Norgren & Johan Bergljung are in the mix feat. PC’s boss man Tom Botwid.
Our friends from Poetic Collective are presenting their second episode of “Triptych” and it is a good example of how to build a brand and keep the corporate identity. Poetic Collective is here to stay and it is different from all the other brands. Good job everybody!
Good things come in three’s so it is no surprise that Tom Botwid and his squad are doing a Triptych.
What is a Triptych? It is basically art slang for a painting made out of three pieces. These type of paintings historically relate to religion and are often seen in churches.
Religious works of art were made to tell biblical stories to people that could not read or write. Now we don’t want to accuse anybody of being analphabetic but we would like to argue that the images in this edit speak to us as skaters.