Live Skateboard Media have come through with a rad one in the form of Aymeric Nocus‘ ‘The Law of Creativity’ part, the majority of which was filmed on the streets of his hometown of Blois, France – not a place known for its Barcelona-esque vibes when it comes to street spots. Aymeric’s master of the humble step hop has seen him take it to intriguing new places over the last few years (as evidenced in the video part which accompanied his Magenta Skateboards guest board a couple of years back as well as various other clips sprinkled throughout the depths of the internet) but this has plenty more than offshoots of the no comply, from technical manny combos to 1992 style flatground tricks and wallride variations on the many nooks and crannies offered by the city’s winding streets.
The music choice is spot on, the trick at 1:15 would have Julio De La Cruz shitting in his kecks and we can generally highly recommend watching this one!
Filmed by Romain Badan, Maxime Hermelin, Romain Scordino, Jonathan Vallejo, Pierre Fournier and Louis Mondot.
For an insight into Aymeric’s talents on the other side of the camera, check out his scene video B&B as well as his recent documentary on the Vladimir Film Festival.
Aymeric’s own words on the part;
“Filmed in Blois by the homies over the course of a few weeks this winter.
Spots old and new, no pretention besides a collection of sessions – anything goes.
And sure enough, as the universe would have it, Soy Panday could never allow himself one split second retreat from big city life, yet somehow manages to once again steal the show; a flabbergasting display of shameless ubiquity only hinting to many more obscure qualities and deeper traits, all professional.
Didn’t look any further than the title of the song for the name of the video, sorry – follow your own laws. That was a fun winter.”