Casual, playful and with a healthy degree of spontaneity. That’s just how Jonas Heß is using his wooden board and, therefore, he can be associated with a new generation of innovative German skaters who are breathing new life into our latitudes.
Jonathan Mehring left rural Virginia in his early twenties to pursue a career as a skateboard photographer in New York City. Being on the road a lot with his parents while growing up, he always felt the urge to discover new things and travels, thus, he kept visiting foreign countries all over the world in the following years on skateboard trips.
The ﬁrst time I ever saw Dane, was when Pontus showed me the rough cut of his section for the new Polar movie. This part is more than just on point – it’s Dane. Therefore, the actual real life meeting felt like a Déjà-vu.
Ten years ago Robin Wulf was a freaky hippie who tossed himself down stair sets wearing a colorful fur coat, which he just found somewhere on the street. If the Piss Drunx guys had looked for a German rider, Robin would’ve been the perfect choice. And you ask yourself, how can a libertine like him settle down in a conservative Stuttgart.