The street section of the RMIT basketball courts in Melbourne is one of the coolest places to skate filled with small smooth ledges of varying heights and an even smooth tiled surface, until of course construction began. It’s now surrounded by a cage which made for a pretty cool black and white flick of a basketball game mid-action complimented by a backdrop of modern architecture and a wall surface splattered in paint.
A throwback flick I found in my gallery from summer earlier this year taken at Brunswick skatepark. The enormously infamous Brunswick Bowl is reminiscent of early 90’s transition skating and revives that very same thrill being almost vertical. Evidently, It is as fun as it is to skate as it is to graffiti.
The RMIT Melbourne basketball courts sports some nice modern architecture. Also one of my favourite places to skate with its nice quiet roads and smooth curbs.
A new zine to my collection
The cold weather and leaves scattered everywhere made the trek to Riverslide skate park that much better.
one of the best suburbs to skate around and grab a coffee in. This photo was taken on the more abrasive side of it however: the commission flats.
neat street art in the alleyways of Glenroy.