Mike O'Meally, 1993 - 2013: Twenty Years of Skate PhotographyOpens Thursday, February 21, 6 - 9 pm.Continued daily, 12 - 5 pm, until Sunday, February 24.China Heights Gallery16-28 Foster Street, Surrey Hills, AustraliaSponsored by Vans Syndicate and Corona. After party TBA presented by Vans Syndicate.
Cha Cha Lounge Independent Skateboard Film FestivalWorld famous Cha Cha Lounge in Los Angeles, California is proud to announce the call for film entries to the inaugural Cha Cha Lounge Independent Skateboard Film Festival (CCLISFF). The CCLISFF was created by skateboarders to shine a light on some of skateboarding’s under-appreciated talent by recognizing the best independent filmmakers and skaters in the areas of short and long form skateboard film directing, cinematography, editing and innovation.Sponsored by Vans Syndicate, Incase, Baker Boys Distribution, Girl Skateboards and The Skateboard Mag, the CCLISFF
This January, Vans Syndicate and Alien Workshop presented Mike Hill's Syndicate project release party and art show. Vancouver was privileged to witness original artwork featuring some of the Workshop's most notorious decks and original artwork. Alongside Mike, Jay Croft showcased his inspiring work.The evening concluded with DJ Vinyl Ritchie and musical guests, The Tubuloids who got the crowd warmed up for the evening's headliners, The Spits.Thanks to everyone who came out and especially those who helped make this event
Vans Syndicate presentsWHAT ARE YOU DOING AFTER THIS?A group exhibition featuring: Jason Dill, Neckface, Jeff Potocar, Atiba Jefferson, Lele Saveri, Todd Jordan, Tino Razo, Leo Fitzpatrick, Alex Olson, Curtis Buchanan, William Strobeck, Meryl Smith, Chris Shonting, Fuck This Live, Jerry Hsu, Nina Milner Long, Kevin LongFebruary 1 - 22Ivory & Black Soho94 Berwick StreetLondon, UKOpening night reception, February 1, 6:30 - 9 PM. RSVP to email@example.com.Supported by Oakley and Incase. Produced and curated by Defcon in association with The Heavy
SYNDICATE PROJECTRESEARCH GOAL:EFFECTS OF DECAY ON SMELL OF SUCCESSvideo platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo playerTEST SUBJECTS:J. STRANGERJ. CARDIELM. ARCHIMEDES RESEARCH ANALYST:R. CHARNOSKI
Vans Syndicate presented a private screening of the director's cut of Vice's Epicly Later'd Eric Dressen episode in it's entirety on Thursday, January 17 in Los Angeles.Thanks to all who came out. Thanks also to Patrick O'Dell and a special thanks to Eric Dressen for the years decades of inspiration.For those who couldn't be there, you can watch the five-part series here as they drop. Dressen Episode 1 is currently live here. Some photos of the night...
Vans Syndicate PresentsA private screening ofEpicly Later'dEric Dressen EpisodesCINEFAMILY611 North Fairfax Ave.West Hollywood, CaliforniaThursday, January 17, 20137pm - 10pmrsvp.vice.com/dressenscreening (RSVP required, seating is limited to theater capacity)View Larger Map
Project: 021:131Styles: Era Pro "S", Old Skool Pro "S"Materials: Suede / Perforated SuedeJULIEN STRANGERFrom his appearance in the cult classic skateboarding film, Sick Boys (1988), a document of the early street skating movement in San Francisco, to his founding of Anti-Hero Skateboards in 1993, and then introducing and upholding the creative tone for which the brand is revered today, Julien Stranger is amongst skateboarding’s most innovative and influential pioneers. Maybe it grew of an effort to travel more lightly on
special thanks to Brick for the tickets and photo passes