Barcelona most iconic skate spots.
InFrames is an urban retrospective of Barcelona’s most iconic skate spots.
From 1999 to 2009, Mark Frölich takes us back 10 years, as he casually skates classic spots, reminding us of a golden era in skateboard video history.TWS
Created by Daniel Kriesl (filmed and directed) and Aiden Tuff (creative direction and post-production), this video project is all about skateboarding. Home to an wealth of historical sites, Barcelona is universally recognized as one of the world’s tourism and culture capitals. With its unique architecture, made predominantly from marble, it is renowned as one of the world’s most famous, and possibly best, skateboard cities. This combination provides the perfect backdrop for a project of this kind. It’s completely designed to be a nostalgic retrospective of some of the city’s most famous moments in classic skateboard videos like Flip’s Sorry, Zero’s Misled Youth, éS’s Menikmati, and its abundance of iconic skate “spots.”