Noah, 14, had one week in Barcelona to film a solo video part alongside the Element Pro team. He was the youngest finalist competing against six other regional winners from Japan, Brazil, America, Europe and South Africa. Each finalist’s video part is live on The Berrics for a public vote to decide the overall Element Make It Count winner who in the end will secure an Element Sponsorship! Read more.
Two categories, 2 winners and 2 huge prizes up for grabs! Upload your photo to Instagram and tag #ElementPerspectivePhotoComp to enter! It's also judged by the man himself Jake Darwen. More info here.
Buy any 3 items online and get Element Advocate Brian Gaberman's "Life in Transition" book for free! Limited time only, while stocks last. Gifts placed in qualifying orders. More info.
The Element pro Phil Zwijsen's latest part "Waterproof" is one to definitely watch. He uses his creativity and the rain one of our most feared elements to his advantage. Watch his all rain part here.
The Skateboarders Journal have just dropped an interview with our good friend and Advocate Jake Darwen titled "The Jake Darwen Perspective". Darwen expresses how his recently released signature collection came about, how we've helped him with his journey with skate photography, where he's travelled with the Element and who is his favourite dude is on the Element team (if he had to pick). Read more...
Element is proud to introduce Jake Darwen's first five piece collection! Jake Darwen has a remarkable gift, the Kiwi kid is breaking new ground on what is possible in skateboard photography. Each snap of his shutter comes after a meticulously planned picture is carefully composed in his mind’s eye. Full collection and clip here.
Belgium’s Phil Zwijsen (pronounced [/z'widʒ's(ə)n/]—does that help? Rhymes with "ridge sin") has a thing for rain. Th...More
Born and living in the Spanish basque country, artist Fernando Elvira works on any medium available, from photography...More
Jarne Verbruggen's "Never Skatebored" Part is hands-down, one of the video parts of the year. With amazing skating ac...More
Element is proud to introduce Jake Darwen's first five piece collection!Jake Darwen has a remarkable gift, the Kiwi k...More
ABOUT THE VIDEO“A Wider View” explores the legacy of Ray Barbee and his fascination with analog photography. This sho...More
After three months, over two hundred skaters, six competitions, four states and two countries; the Element Make It ...More
Patrick Schmidt is a young illustrator from South Wales based in London. Finding inspiration from wise old owls to wo...More
The grand opening of Rhodes Skatepark and Element 304 Americana in Boise, ID will go down as one of the best Element ...More
The Sydney leg of Make It Count unfortunately didn't run due to the rain washing out the contest on Saturday. The New...More
Belgium’s Phil Zwijsen (pronounced [/z'widʒ's(ə)n/]—does ...More