17.11.10 by Jeff

Kilian Martin

“A Skate Regeneration” by Brett Novak, yet another jaw-dropping video of Kilian Martin skateboarding!  A giant WTF??? at 2:22.

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Watch the video below!


Back in June I posted a couple videos to our Facebook page of Kilian Martin skateboarding, here’s one of ’em in case you missed it!

“A Skate Escalation” by Brett Novak













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



  • i know dude i’ve had this on repeat for the past few days… perfect song, rad moves, amazing shots.

  • can we see him face off rodney mullen? that would be the bestest!

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  • This is so much more than skateboarding, the first video is my favourite for the video editing in slow motion, it has great flow but I can’t quite touch on the word for how it makes me feel, it’s almost like ballet with a sort of power about it. Martin is an incredible skater and an artist himself, they way he moves and uses his surroundings, it’s so free. With some of the moves he pulls, combined with the slow motion, he is almost turned into a moving sculpture, I’d love to see someone make something like that, a whole area filled with sculptures of skaters pulling different moves.

  • tess

    truth be told, i was getting pretty excited as soon as i recognised park guell in the photograph.. but woah! and the music is magic aaahh! and all of the giant WTF’s kindof reminded me of the way they shoot martial arts own giant WTF’s, anyway.. amazing yeah.

  • absolutely brilliant !

  • diogo

    omg!!!!!
    simply amazing

  • Kilian Martin is an amazing skater. I have had the oppurtunity several times to photograph him. All amazing films from Brett Novak.





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