Last night our good friend Joey Sinko called us to let us know he was putting the finishing touches on his newest video concoction, “The First & The Last Picture Show”.
When we asked for more info he wouldn’t reveal much except for noting, “I just want to get people hyped and wish them a merry Christmas with a skateboard video that’s slightly experimental.”
Devium was backing the project, and Joey was wondering if we’d also want to support and present his newest creation with them. Even though we knew nearly nothing about the video, we happily obliged. As friends and long time Joey fans, we know the man never produces anything half ass and always delivers. He’s definitely one of the top video minds in skating, and we’re grateful to work with him on the many projects and odes over the years.
“The First & The Last Picture Show” – is a 40 minute video that is apparently part ode, part art and part documentary on the two very talented and mysterious brothers, Chris & Pierce Brunner. So grab a beer, sneak away from family and clock into Joey’s world.
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