Joey Lunger from Astoria, Queens out killing it with his Haitan Mag contest entry. Check it out!
Filmed and edited by: Deesenuts. Cornnuts. Follow Cornnuts on Vimeo
Satan himself killing it in NY. Probably one of the most productive bladers I know–enjoy kids.
Filmed and edited by Jordan Baez. Click read more below to drop a comment using Facebook.
Sick edit by upcoming blader Steven Sin on the come up with ODNY. More coming soon!
Filmed and edited by Carlos Montenegro. Click read more below to drop a comment using Facebook.
Really nice session at the new Canarsie skatepark in Brooklyn. Apologies to everyone else who threw down. I ended up losing two cameras later that night and lost tons of footage of this park and other on going edits that I had in the works. Lucky for me, a lot of people were filming and Malik Ashby was great enough to send over what he captured at the session. Got a new camera now so great edits are still to follow.
Filmed by Malik Ashby, edited by David Toro. Click read more below to drop a comment using Facebook.
The following is One Day NY’s first collaboration outside of skating with our good friend Suede Jury and The Brooklyn Good Guys. This video serves to give you a glimpse into the rest of a great compilation called Dreamers Block by BK native, Suede Jury. Check out Dreamers Block at:
A few words with Suede Jury about this project:
“My only hope is that this album makes you all muse a bit while you nod your head, and appreciate the range of expressive artistry available within the medium of hiphop. Dreamer’s Block was the product of determination, genuine enjoyment, and quarter-life crisis stress. I literally felt my artistic contribution was largely hypothetical and/or obscure up to this point; this album was years in the making. I owed this album to myself & to the universe. Dreamer’s Block is about triumph and struggle, and about zooming in on the nuances of life. It is for anyone who ever felt like they weren’t living up to their potential, and for everyone who self-motivated their way past that stage and onto the stage where they truly belonged.”