When Billy Rohan left New York, the city lost a true original that cultivated skate culture with his own unique flair. Billy’s back, announcing his return with his Illumignarly video series on Theories of Atlantis, a lo-fi madness mash-up. Billy took a break from sessioning with Jahmal Williams and Quim Cardona, both gearing up for the drop of Static 4, to look back at the analog days of watching VHS skate videos at skate shops. In this three part series, Billy reflects on two parts that made an impression on him, along with one of his own. Adjust your tracking and tune in to VHS Days.


Starring: Billy Rohan
Produced by: Anthony Pappalardo
Filming & Editing: Taji Ameen

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  1. juicy j

    November 7, 2013 1:10 am

    so weird to see this from billys perspective. i remember watching the josh kalis’ (i think) epicly laterd episode and how he was talking about how lennie totally changed after some head injuries and turned into some super devout christian guy.

    its crazy seeing that trick now at 1:13, and how josh kalis was retelling it when lennie was telling him how he claimed that it was Gods hand pushing him off the ledge and on to his head.

    trippy mane

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  2. juicy j

    November 7, 2013 1:11 am

    BUT good to see billy back on his feet and not homeless any more (allegedly)

    KEEP ON LIVIN BROTHA

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  3. Jake

    November 7, 2013 12:58 pm

    Billy is the best, glad to see him on this show.

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