Make Friends With The Colour Blue Premiere Photos

Blueprint skateboard’s Make Friends With The Colour Blue premiered last night to a full house at the Showcase Cinema in Los Angeles; the video is chockablock with superb skating, amazing spots and yet another pinnacle soundtrack glued together with the regal touch you’ve come to expect from Blueprint and all things Dan Magee. Do yourself a favour and get a copy at your local skateshop, if they don’t stock this video, go to a legit skateshop and get one there.

Words & photos by Oliver Barton

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Two Blueprint alumni: Ewan Bowman and a recently fixed and back on the board Ben Nordberg.

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Double Daniel’s, Espinoza and Brady, this is brotherly love.

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The American Colin Kennedy was there to document and project, good looks!

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Ben Fairfax and Andrew Brophy keeping it Commonwealth.

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Jamie Owens and Aaron Meza know what’s good.

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A Sound Agent and straight from Spain a few hours earlier, Javier Mendizabal.

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Waffled out VX craftsmen, Cody Green and Greg Hunt.

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Danny Supa knows what East Coast streets are all about and turned up to back the Blue.

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Colin Kennedy’s part in the video is most definitely uber, Reda was out showing support for his British boys especially since he’s not down for Cliché anymore.

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Manny Murawski brought the AZ heat to the cinema screen. Gabe Clement’s got Marty’s back like a seat belt.

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Blueprint riders past and present John Rattray, Ewan Bowman, and Colin Kennedy, Scotland was definitely in the hoose!

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Paul Shier introduces angelicly.

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Rodrigo Peterson representing Brazil, Paul Sharpe representing Nairobi.

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The after show crowd wondering if it’s worth getting rowdy and waiting for the cops to show.

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Chris Roberts has been Blueprint Fam for years.

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Brophy, Brady, and Sammy Winter, pinnacle vibage.

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The Croydonian Boss of the ship at the helm.

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A cop turned up eventually but was happy with a slow drive-by to let his presence be felt.

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Kevin Coakley’s part is the best skating out of Boston since PJ’s Wonderful Horrible, Fred Gall is going to have heavy spot envy.

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Ronnie made sure that everyone had more than enough pizza slices on the house.

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A gnarly partnership here, the eyes and the talent.