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Kizer Element 90 Frame Promo (Tom Sharman)

Tom SharmanKizer Element 90 Frame Promo
from Tom Sharman on 11 Jan 2021

Sam Crofts tests the new Kizer Element 90 frames around the streets of London City in early January, 2021.
Filmed and edited by Tom Sharman.

Music: Lorn – Inertia (no copyright infringement intended)

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Emma Hart x The Sunday Painter ‘BE SOME BODY’ (Tom Sharman)

Tom SharmanEmma Hart x The Sunday Painter ‘BE SOME BODY’
from Tom Sharman on 10 Dec 2020

Emma Hart’s sculptures are coming for you. Moulded into the guise of everyday objects, previously ranging from banal clipboards and suburban satellite dishes to surreal comic book speech bubbles, her fired clay gestures protrude from walls getting in your face and into your space. Hart’s new series of sculptures for her first solo exhibition at The Sunday Painter continue to appear somewhat unruly and impolite, while adopting a more aggressive or impatient tone. A row of table tennis bats with extended handles hinge from the walls like bendy arms dangling in the air about to land a punch. Or perhaps a slap. Or a swat. Alongside them a series of megaphones with mouthpieces jutting out from the wall seemingly shout (inaudibly) through their amplifying cones. The megaphone sculptures are succinct conceptual gestures performing the action of the objects they depict. When discussing them in her studio Hart drills down into these sculptural fragments further: they’re not a description of an object, but a physical manifestation of the verb, insisting “it’s not a sculpture of a megaphone, it’s a sculpture of what a megaphone does”. Her attention to detail, distinguishing between the noun and the verb, sets out the vocabulary for this whole new body of work which deflects and reflects meaning in different directions.

https://thesundaypainter.co.uk

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Blake Bird 2020 (Tom Sharman)

Tom SharmanBlake Bird 2020
from Tom Sharman on 16 Oct 2020

At the time of this release Blake is 38 years young, and still going (very) strong.
Filmed in and around his home turf of London between 2019 – 2020.

Supported by Blade Club Originals.

Filmed by Tom Sharman, Jamie Harris and Jon Lee
Edited by Tom Sharman

Main music: Mothra – Rain Dogz (no copyright infringement intended)
Original outro score composed by Dan Bond

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waves (Tom Sharman)

Tom Sharmanwaves
from Tom Sharman on 14 Aug 2020

far from sleep
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in early august I took a trip from london to newquay with the bladefam and made a little piece in association with capital rollas documenting a chilled afternoon skating the smooth transitions of the concrete waves park.
featuring the homies sam crofts, neil ingall, james bower, blake bird, leon humphries, bill burton, matt smith, nick bone and elliot stevens.

music: anika – i go to sleep (no copywrite infringement intended)

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Clear Vision (Tom Sharman)

Tom SharmanClear Vision
from Tom Sharman on 1 May 2020

Featuring work from
Soul & Surf – The Edgeland (dir. Sim Warren), JOA – Fashion Made Local, Visit Britain (dir. Michael Spencer / The Keep), Universal Skate Design / Powerslide, RIMOWA – The Journey Begins (dir. Oldie), Will Scobie – Insect, Anthony Burrill – No Safe Place.

Music: Justice – Close Call (no copyright infringement intended)

https://tomsharmanvideo.com

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