Matthias Ellinger, Stephan Pöhlmann, Alex Ullmann, Vladik Scholz, Fabian Lang, Niklas Speer Von Cappeln & Paul Zenner in HR Dept.’s “Get In Where You Fit In”. A film by Dominik Schneider, all photos by Leo Preisinger.
Our good friend Leon Moss dropped this video out of nowhere and it blew us away. He told us since he started to film for various brands and saved clips for possible future projects, he never ended up continuing to make his own videos after his “So Silly” video. A lot of footage piled up on his hard drive, so instead of letting those clips get dustier and dustier, he decided to edit this video. We had no idea he had so much up his sleeve. Amazing work Leon! We can´t wait for the next one!
Make sure to go back and rewatch Leon’s previous edits HERE.
I guess for a lot of people today is the day. Dominik Schneider pointed his camera on Angelo Kaiser, Niklas Schaible, Daniel Stephen, Deniz Yaprak, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Yannick Bornemann, Erik Müller, Yannick Stechmeyer-Emden, Carl Altmann, Fynn Fix, Simon Gärtner, Michael Tan & Jesse Heighty.
“Bande à part is an ode to the joy of skateboarding with your friends.” More important than ever.
A film by Robin Pailler featuring Tjark, NSVC, Ilja in the main focus & a few other Cleptomanicx ambassador.
From the company that brought you Roller Aaller 3 now comes CLEPDOCHEHNIX. Much has changed during the time between these two videos but the spirit has remained the same!
Benjamin Vogel, Tjark Thielker, Daniel Meyer, Jan Hoffmann, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Mike Brauer, Dennis Laaß, Lennie Burmeister, Lars Zimmermann, Friedjof Feye, Christoph Friedmann, David Marlo Conrads & our favorite rapper Tightill!
Extended Play meaning:
1. extended play (record, tape, etc.)
2.an extended-play single, one of the formats in which music is sold, usually comprising four or five tracks.
Welcome to Cleptomanicx’s newest offering “Extended Play” which is aptly titled because it is in fact not a full length but also not a single.
It is a mid-length video created by Nizan Kasper who used musical terminology to give these 10 to 15-minute videos a suitable name. To strengthen the reference, he divided the project into a side-A and a Side-B with two “tracks” on each side.
Similar to an EP there is a single on this recording, and there are album cuts. Like the team montage, which features one of Denis Laaß’ best tricks ever, we guess the music reminded him of the 90’s and sparked something!
Another great album cut is Niklas’ 50-50, Nosewheelie nollie flip and David Conrads vert trick which came as a surprise to many.
But in the end, people often buy the EP to listen to the single and that single is Benny Vogel and Lars Zimmermann’s welcome part. Pop and creativity are what they bring to the table with a classic “Day before the premiere” type of ender. Let hope Hamburg is proud of what they achieved because this is not an everyday thing.
Now press play and enjoy all that this EP has to offer.
Text By Roland Hoogwater.
Photos by Nizan Kasper.
Clepto took a boat in Hamburg and sailed to the real tip of Spain. They took Jan Hoffmann, Tjark Thielker, Lars Zimermann, Niklas and Benny Vogel who stoked us out with some strong moves and 2 great switch pushes.
Hoist the sails and press play!
Shortly after the “C U AT THE LOBBY” Video Stanley We are back with another high-class edit straight out of Hamburg, Digga!
We told you before that our friends from the Lobby Skateshop had something cooking for the end of the year. Now it is time for you to see what Lobby is all about. Germany’s second biggest city always dealt with some kind of an underdog position, a situation that makes it even harder to shine. The city is mad underrated and we would suggest you take a visit with your friends, go to Lobby and say what’s up. To get you motivated for your spring trip to Hamburg you should now enjoy their very first promo video.
Feat.: Benny Vogel, Nizan Kasper, Lars White, Dennis Behrens, Christoph Reinhardt, Danny Stephen, Anton Wempner, Kenny Hopf, Noah Moerbeck and Christoph Friedmann.
Edit: Nizan Kasper
Filming: Nizan Kasper & Lars Zimmermann
After the first part and a spot in Quartersnacks Top 10 for Kenny’s retarded Wheelie trick, here you have another video of the Cleptomanicx / Stanley WE Boys skating Paris.
Another one from Paris and actually also another one with Niklas Speer von Cappeln being involved. This time its Cleptomanicx & friends in the city of love.
Little did we know, Copenhagen is one step closer to paradise. We just got back from CPH Pro’17, and for the most of us, it was actually the very first time. While we were on our way to the capital with the world famous mermaid and probably the biggest and coolest contest in the world, we got a call from Henning Tapper (Cleptomanicx TM) asking if we would be interested in releasing their latest tour article. The answer was clear, although we did not even saw the video or any of those photos. It’s a trust thing and if you know that Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Jan Hoffman, Tjark Thielker, Benjamin Vogel and Dennis Laass went on a trip to a huge skate park that looks like Copenhagen, you better put all your trust in it. At this point, we do not even have to start to explain how crazy the architecture is. Watching the video, those guys did not even go to all the famous spots. Having David Lindberg as a spot guide and filmer was definitely helpful as well, but the rest was the pure power of having a smart community with very open minded people and no fear of including all the different urban subculture genre; instead of leaving us alone and building “stop skateboarding” signs. Copenhagen does it the right way and so did the Cleptomanicx team with this film.
Jan Hoffmann with a FS 180° fakie Nose-wheelie Flip out. Yeah, it’s not a skate park.
Dennis and Tjark; looking for options, we presume.
Even while playing baskteball Dennis would not leave his board alone. The Team plus TM.
All photos by Friedjof Feye.
It has been a while since a Skateboard Magazine from Europe released a full-length video project with the magazine at once. Our issue 61 comes with a 19-minute film, all filmed with a VX and Hi8. In times of Instagram and extremely fast ways of having your footage being released, we as a team got together and worked on this video for about four weeks. Thaynan Costa, Hugo Maillard and Willem van Dijk came for a visit and every one of these guys killed it.
A big thank you to everyone involved, besides the lineup above this video features: Tjark Thielker, Timo Meiselbach, Nils Brauer, Jan Hoffmann, Paul Röhrs, Giorgi Armani, NSVC, Alex O’Donahoe, Peter Buikema, Deniz Bulgurcu, Daniel Pannemann, Roland Hoogwater, Valentin Cafuk, Alex Raeymaekers, Mats Edel, Jonas Heß & Danny Sommerfeld.
Filmed and edited by Peter Buikema.
Header-Photo by Henrik Biemer, Hugo Maillard BS Lipslide.
Robotron has had a great year! They turned ten, multiple team riders have put out parts this year and Carsten “Barney” Beneker has been ripping extra hard since he hit that three-oh, so the bot chose to tour around Bella Italia this year.
Unfortunately not everybody could come but that left some extra room for some people that we don’t see skate that often. And with some people, we mean Julian Ruhe that sly guy truly sprinkled some style onto the pizza di-robo. Don’t waste any more time and click play.
Also featuring: Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Fatos Veseli, Kalle Wiehn, Jan Hoffmann & Dennis Behrens.
Film/Edit: Dennis Ludwig
Intro: Philipp Jadke
Music: Viola Valentino – Comprami
Der Schauplatz: Ein Flughafen im Herzen von Cleptomanien. Im Mittelpunkt: Fünf Personen, vier Koffer und ein klares Ziel – Urlaub! Cäptn Clepto sitzt noch in seinem Van, als im Eingangsbereich von Terminal 1 die Metalltäfelchen einer altmodischen Anzeige beginnen mit einem unrhythmischen klackern aneinander zu schlagen. Schliesslich bleiben sie stehen und kündigen an, daß Flug CX 1991 in Richtung Lodato Beach bereit ist zum Check-in – endlich kann es losgehen. Sein Problem allerdings, er besitzt nur ein Flugticket! Sein Plan wiederum befindet sich im Laderaum! Dort harren nämlich nicht nur seine 4 KomplizenInnen ihrer Dinge, sondern dort steht es auch – das Werkzeug für den perfekten Coup! Was genau das sein mag? Eine Schrumpfmaschine natürlich, was auch sonst…
Das ist die amüsante Story zum neuen Kurzfilm “The Coup” aus dem Hause Cleptomanicx, der mit jeder Menge Liebe zum Detail die neue Spring/Summer Kollektion in Szene setzt. Beim Ansehen könnte man fast meinen in einem Wes Anderson Film gelandet zu sein – großes Kompliment nach Hamburg. In den Hauptrollen zu sehen sind Cäptn Clepto, Tjark Thielker, Benni Vogel, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, sowie Leyli Khatebzadeh. Popcorn raus, Film ab!
Francisco Saco did it again. Ein fast 15 Minuten langer Trailer für sein neustes Werk Homo Pop Gun, welches am 10. Oktober in der Villa Neukölln, Berlin Premiere feiern wird. Mit dabei sind unter anderem: Konstantin Rutschmann, Eniz Fazilov, Dallas Rockvam, Steve Forstner, Daniel Pannemann, Malte Spitz und viele, viele mehr.
Was haben der illustre Personenkreis um Julian Furones, Willow, Johannes Schön, Jeremy Reinhard, Tjark Thielker, Kaio Hillebrandt, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Daniel Pannemann, Dennis Behrens, Paco Elles, Vladik Scholz, Kevin Wenzke, Gabriel Engelke, Eniz Fazliov, Lucas Fiederling, Charles Collet und Oli Bürgin gemeinsam? Richtig – sie alle haben bereits einen kleinen Clip mit dem Lousy Haus gefilmt, das dafür um die halbe Welt gereist ist. Lucas Fiederling hat sich an einem kleinen Best Of versucht – überaus gelungen:
Der Trailer zu Lucas Fiederlings neustem Videoprojekt Where we come from mit: Chris Pfanner, Marty Murawski, Samu Karvonen, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Willow, Phil Zwijsen, Eniz Fazilov und Axel Cruysberghs. Wir sind gespannt und bleiben für euch am Ball!
Das Team der Cleptomanicx Seemänner wurde in die Scheune des Lotsen Lennie Burmeister geschleust. Dort angekommen, fanden die Mannen perfekte Bedingungen, um ihrer Kreativität auf den “Brettern, die tatsächlich immer noch rollen aller” (O-Ton Cäptn Clepto) freien Lauf zu lassen. Mit dabei sind Lennie Burmeister, David Conrads, Dennis Laaß, Tjark Thileker, Niklas Speer von Cappeln und Adam Sello.
Video: Sean Nguyen