23.08.09 by Jeff

Skate & Create

Transworld’s Skate & Create II video entries are finally hitting the net! 4 Teams, 1 Warehouse, 9 Days, same set of obstacles. Best video wins. DVS is up first with, Wood. Fantastic art direction here!

Transworld Skateboarding Magazine Skate Create DVS Wood

Watch the video below!


Transworld Skateboarding Magazine Skate Create DVS Wood

Transworld Skateboarding Magazine Skate Create DVS Wood

Transworld Skateboarding Magazine Skate Create DVS Wood

Transworld Skateboarding Magazine Skate Create DVS Wood













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • yesss!! I love this series, the one last year produced some amazing shit. Can’t wait to see the ones coming soon

  • Jean-Luc

    Damn! Jimmy Cao’s got pop!

  • Damn, that was awesome. I’ve seen a few skate vids lately that have me excited. The Nike one was fun too.

  • I love the video! The viewer is totally placed in a surreal environment that is so dreamy and awesome. -tys

  • Anny

    what’s the name of the song in the vid?

    • i forget but it tells you at the end of the video

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