The Dogpiss Magazine X Bruvver Skateboards video your eyes detect below was made to accompany the launch of Dogpiss Issue 4 and sees a whole slew of heads from Bristol and beyond hitting street spots, skateparks and ponds with no mercy given. We’re always stoked on seeing new Bristolian footage and this clip happily brings together familiar faces with the new, younger generation of rippers.
The expected environs of Dean Lane Skatepark and Lloyds Ampitheatre get a right seeing too, as is only good and proper, but this one also ventures further afield – a mission out east sees Lewes, The Level and Crystal Palace all getting hit, while a few newer spots closer to home get explored as well. The pond near Cabot Tower is a particularly satisfying sight to see skated, in that the rock gardens in which it resides were originally landscaped by rich merchants seeking (successfully, at the time) to nip the potential for mass gatherings by the working class in the bud. Tailblock the bourgeoisie! Enjoy twelve minutes of lo-fi street and park shred sledding below, then scroll further down for a bit more on both Bruvver and Dogpiss.
Filmed and edited by Fin Tillotson.
Dogpiss Magazine is the brainchild of Ben Haizelden which, while based in Bristol, includes skateboarding and artwork from far and wide. We haven’t seen the latest issue yet, but we’re sure it’s going to be a banger!
Bruvver is a Bristol skate, streetwear and generally creative collective started by Theo Newton in memory of his brother Dom – you can read extensively about them in a recent interview Theo sat down for with Bristol 24/7 and check their website for more. These two pretty much sum up in a nutshell why the scene in Bristol is so banging – if you’ve never been, book that coach journey now and go soak up the vibes at Dean Lane, good things will undoubtedly occur!