Tag: Thaynan Costa

Bye Jeremy just released a new video filmed over the summer in Paris. Always a good watch, lovely edit. They have just released a bunch if new items to their web shop, so you better be fast.

Featuring Jose Vivero Diaz, Arthur Myhill, Steven Sklena, Benji Silva, Luca Barattiero, Carlisle Aikens, Marcos Montoya, Olli Lilja, Kusti Kauppinen, Thaynan Costa, Jerome Sossou, Kyle Wilson, Naquan Rollings, Sagan Lockhart, William Monerris, Fidel Balthazar, Jahmir Brown & Erik Herrera.

For those of you who read our Magazine and visit the website for years you might have noticed that we have a soft spot for Thaynan Costa (Cover boy of our Funbox issue). Now, our boy is back with what might be his best part to this day. “KILLDEBOSS.” is a full part filmed in Lisbon/Portugal filmed and edited by Daniel Galli.

Click HERE to watch his Place Part from 2018, filmed in under a week.

Dani Millán came through with a new Tangram Division edit named “Papi” via Free Magazine. This video is featuring a Ibu Sanyang, Thaynan Costa, Felipe Bartolome, Dani Quintero, Carlos Cardenosa, Pali Negrin, David de los Santos, Deniz Yilmaz, Jorge Simoes & Juan Virues.

One of Europe’s finest Skate-shops just released a new video via FREE featuring Deeddz, Felipe, Ibu, Thaynan and many, many more.

A video by Yoryo, Roger Gonzalez and Dani Quintero.

2020 won’t be the year of a lot of tour videos and as we have watched Enjoi’s just released team tour trip video to the Canary Islands, we have been feeling very nostalgic about the life before COVID.

Featuring Nestor Judkins, Eniz Fazliov, Thaynan Costa, Didrik “Deedz” Galasso, Jackson Pilz, Zack Wallin, Louie Barletta, Ryan Alvero & Jose “Sixsas” Vivero. Filmed by Dani Millan and edited by Jeff Davis.

“SEMICHILL” is a Paris edit featuring Javier de Pedro, Thaynan Costa, Jose Vivero Diaz, Luca Barattiero and Jeremy himself.

Filmed & edited by Jeremy with additional filming by Jose Vivero Diaz

What can you say about Didrik Galasso that hasn’t already been said? Well since this dropped we have a new favorite Deedz part. And it is probably our favorite Pekka video too.

Other than that it is cool to see the person who got Mr. Galasso on Enjoi (Thaynan Costa) work on this part in his own way!

Our good friend Thaynan Costa just sent us a video from Lisbon by Daniel Galli and featuring Deedz, Wilton Souza, Carlos Iqui & more. Big love to the crew and we can’t wait to come back to Lisbon.

We met Deedz in Portugal this last February, Cais do Sodré to be exact. He was staying with his friend and teammate Thaynan Costa, his dad and a couple of other Brazilians.

When we got there we had just missed Pekka and Jan Henrik Kongstein who left the day before. Now, to be honest, we had heard of Didrik but we had not met him but it turned out that it would not take long to do so.

The next day he stole Thaynan’s car (Thaynan has a car but he doesn’t have a license) and took us out skating. He might get a bit angry by me saying this but don’t get in a car with Didrik if you have a weak heart or stomach! He drives like he skates, controlled, fast but reckless at times. We could hear Michal Juras call out “KURWA!” from the back seat at least multiple times. But from the moment we got in the car, Deedz took great care of us, showing us around the city, the spots and the restaurant (good ones at that) in fact it was him not Thaynan (still love you) that made us feel at home in Portugal.

You might think at this point, isn’t this supposed to be about Mr. Galasso going pro? Well yes, but his skating does the convincing and all we can add to that is telling you that he is a great guy with a heart of gold and an attitude (come on dude!) but that is what we need in skating today.

Congratz DEEDZ!

Photo by Lars Gartå

Felipe Bartolomé is simply having the time of his life dropping hammers on the daily it seems and putting out part after part.

This 15-minute video does also include many other amazing skaters like Juan Viru, Thaynan Costa and Didrik Galasso, so enough reasons to press play.

Watching this video you can’t help but get the feeling that the (once) big DC shoes are entering limbo. About two years ago they decided to scrap a plethora of big-name riders and started to focus more on a nostalgia led movement based on the east coast.

Some people from the Philly based Sabotage crew and NYC based John Shanahan got pushed to the forefront, while at the same time, Josh Kalis got elevated to ICON status. The rekindled interest in his older shoe designs is an authentic movement but let us not forget that DC also sponsor: Thaynan Costa, Evan Smith, Tristan Funkhouser and to some extent Wes and Tiago who somehow represent a bridge between the old and the “new” identity of the brand.

Still, DC seems to be somewhat torn between the multiple lanes it tries to occupy leading with “Street Sweeper” to a somewhat eclectic video that somehow manages to balance all these different facets of the “game”. But the question remains what is next and how will they keep reinventing themselves to stay relevant.

Maybe you “the viewer” can deduct an early answer from this video. Enjoy!

This year we had our friend Thaynan Costa over who is originally from Brazil, a huge country with a very big skateboarding community. When I asked him about his favorite skater from Brazil his answer came straight shooting at me and he started to show me videos of Akira Shiroma. Doesn’t sound Portuguese at first but he is from Sao Paulo, a city with the single largest Japanese diaspora.

In recent years the US skateboard industry has been letting in copious amounts of European skateboarders. Dwindle has been on the forefront of this from getting Willow on Almost to getting Ben Reamers who seemingly came out of nowhere on Enjoi.

Anyway, 2017 seems to have been the year of the Norwegians from Magnus Bordewick, Heitor Da Silva, Hermann Stene and now Didrik Galasso the Scandinavian country has been churning out some major talent this year. That must be why Deedz gets this first episode of Panda Patrol dedicated to him. Enjoi!

When I first met Thaynan Costa, we were both being shipped to a ghost city in Inner Mongolia / China. One of his sponsors sent us there to skate this random place for 10 days. I had heard of him before, but I didn’t really know who he was. I think at the time he was around 17 years old, maybe 18. It took us about four years to meet again, but this time we decided to meet on more common ground. Recently Enjoi surprised him with his pro-board and even though people say it all the time, it’s true – he really is a professional. When Louie Barletta himself turns you pro, you did something right. Here are our five days of Thaynan Costa.

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.

 

 

Gloomy weather in England, but the DC Shoes crew including flagship Wes Kremer shines anyway!

Featuring: Wes Kremer, Thaynan Costa, Antony Lopez, Jorge Simoes, Sam Pulley, James Bush, Dave Snaddon, Dylan Hughes, Nikki Howells, Sam Murgatroyd, John Bell.

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