This boy good.
I don't know if this is able to embed but you can watch this insane Mark Suciu part on the Thrasher website by clicking here.
A butt shot I know (yes homo) but this is how you do a switch backside flip.
Stoked to see an appearance by the Habitat/In4mation collabo t-shirt!
Gnar gap to grind action.
Chill, you've already seen this Love Park fountain ender in his Habitat ad so its not like I'm spoiling anything.
This kid is going places.
Rad to see a young dude put together a part like this with so much cookie cutter bullshit floating around in the industry nowadays.
Particularly loving the fact that dude does really interesting tricks and puts them in lines, i.e. the frontside crooks 180 out the hard way in that one Love Park run towards the end.
Also seeing the line at Pulaski with the back tail massive hop out was really nice and I particularly love seeing lines at the S.F. Library, the one with the gap varial heel at the end is pretty epic.
Not only that but like mentioned before, Love Park lines!
They may have been all over video parts in years past but those aren't easy to come by these days, what with the skatestopper planters everywhere and the high bust factor.
Plus, the kid's ender.
That's heavy duty shit right there.
ONE minor thing I have to mention about this part that I do not like, and that's the use of the Elliott Smith song Junk Bond Trader, which has already been used in Blueprint Skateboard's Belong Tour, a video that came out ten years ago.
True, that video was released on VHS only and therefore maybe a lot of people haven't seen it, but it was the first thing I thought of when the second song kicked in for Suciu's part.
It's always been a major point for me and I don't know how others really feel about it, but I believe that there are far too many songs out there (literally millions and millions to choose from) to use a piece of music for a video part that has already been in a video before.
It's just not something that should ever be done and I feel that editors of videos need to do their homework when it comes to choosing songs for video parts.
Surely you've seen a shitload of videos and you know people who are total video nerds, ask around if you're not sure but do some research and don't bust out a song that has already been used.
Some people don't mind and others simply don't care, but Skate Nazi definitely ain't having that shit without speaking up.
ANYWAY, Suciu killed it beyond belief and young bucks better gather 'round and take notes, because this is how you make a video part in 2012 and get your ass noticed right quick!
Re-watchability factor is off the charts on this one.