Mikey Alfred, the architect of World Star 4 Kidz (a.k.a. Illegal Civ), has had a busy year. He co-produced Jonah Hill‘s polarizing coming-of-age skate film, Mid90s, he wrapped up and released IC3 (Illegal Civ’s third full-length skate vid), and he put on a full-day music event with Redbull Music at Los Angeles’ famed Pink Motel.

Curious to see what this young movie buff is like in person, we visited Mikey in LA to check out his crib. Unlike every other 20-year-old, Mikey lives in a building that’s otherwise filled with old people (which kinda explains his affinity for cardigans). He showed us some of his favorite memorabilia, challenged us to Connect Four (and lost), then drove us to Biebel’s Park to give us a taste of that real, indoor street skating life.

The next day we swung by the festival and ran into the most LA crowd we’ve ever seen. Think copious weed smoke, dad hats galore, and a nauseating amount of pastel-colored clothing.

Check out our little recap in the player above to see all the #lifestylehammer Instagrammable moments you missed out on, or just put your phone in a blender and drink it.

Comments

  1. $50 tennis ball

    March 16, 2019 8:55 pm

    Skating is 4 tha rich suburb kids amirite

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  2. Daryl Angel

    March 19, 2019 1:26 pm

    Yo I did not hit my ex girlfriend!!

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  3. Jerry

    March 20, 2019 4:25 pm

    The people that think Gary Rodgers is funny are probably the same people that enjoy NaKels rapping . Both so terrible

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  4. Longboarder wearing a pair of puffy DCs

    March 23, 2019 8:56 pm

    Jesus, whos that kid with that lofty nollie flip?

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