We have been working with Nike SB in the UK and across Europe for a number of years, helping to develop and activate a number of high profile and engaging projects within the world of skating.
As the most progressive brand within the industry, with some of the greatest athletes ever to have pushed, we have helped launch new product, elevate key riders and give back to arguably the most creative sport of all time.
Eric Koston, one of the most iconic skaters of the last 2 decades.
We helped plan and launch the Nike SB Koston 3 in London. 3 Days of media activity, talks and appearances as well as designing, and creating a bespoke custom show box for the first 25 purchases of new shoes.
Go Skateboarding Day, the one day in the year where there are no excuses.
This year we took to ‘Brixton Beach’, AKA Stockwell skatepark, where reggae and BBQ set the vibes for a celebration of rolling. Longtime London legend Snowy took control of the megaphone ensuring everyone had their share fair of big ups, motivation, prizes and abuse in equal measures.
Cited as the most historic skate spot in the UK, the Southbank is an otherwise redundant piece of land nestled under the Royal Festival Hall on the banks of the river Thames.
Having recently won an appeal against the Southbank Centre and Lambeth council to retain the space as a free, creative venue to be used and enjoyed by the creative youth of London we, on behalf of Nike SB, built and installed a number of new skateable features in the space. Working with the local skaters in conjunction with the Southbank, we were able to add another note in the story of this iconic space.
The launch of the new features was topped off by the premiere of the Nike SB Chronicles 3 video, which we hosted at the Hoxton Gallery.