Adored skateboarding is getting back to its roots with the release of a limited edition board and a special appearance by Blixa. The new line is inspired by the spirit of the 90s when the skateboard brand got back to its roots. Rolling in dirt can bring you back to earth. The teaser video for the launch of Adored was filmed by Matthew Celestre.
When Corey Duffel started his brand Adored Skateboarding, he wanted to create something that combined skateboarding, music and art. The brand has a unique and diverse collection of graphics that incorporate inspirations from the arts as well as pop culture, including rehashed characters from The Simpsons.
Duffel’s music is available in various formats, including MP3, WMA, iTunes, and ACC. This download is of high quality and 320kbps. Fans of the artist can find Corey Duffel MP3s in a variety of formats, including WMA, iTunes, M4A, and ACC.
Adored skateboarding is the newest brand from Corey Duffel, who left Foundation Skateboarding in 2011 to pursue artistic endeavors. The name of the new brand is a nod to the art, music, and literature that inspire Duffel’s work. The skateboards will be available in limited quantities, with a special appearance by Blixa.
The skateboarding brand started in Sacramento, California, and is now available worldwide. The brand’s first video featured two brothers, Matthew and Brett Celestre. The video also featured Corey Celestre, a local Sacramento skater. The video was directed by Ben Chadourne. Adored skateboarding is committed to helping skaters find the best gear and continue to improve the brand.
The Runaway Kites are a skateboarding collective from New York City. Corey Duffel, who is a part of the group, is the founder. He started the brand this year and hasn’t released a video yet. The video is a compilation of clips from his fam. “This brand is about the feeling of skating,” says Duffel.
Music in skateboarding video
There are several distinct music styles that have found their way into skateboarding videos. Some of these styles are more popular than others. In particular, the style of music featured in one of the most popular skateboarding videos is highly personal. For example, the music featured in the opening sequence of the video by Heroin Skateboards’ founder Mark ‘Fos’ Foster is very different from what you’ll hear in a typical skateboarding video. The music featured in this video comes from a variety of genres, including indie favorites such as Aphex Twin, Jethro Tull, and CKY.
Another example of a musical style used in skateboarding videos is “Trane” by John Coltrane. This jazz tune is played against the backdrop of skateboarding. It is an excellent choice for the style of skateboarding that combines technical skill and artistic flair.