To create the perfect setting for the project, boulders were picked out by the Lundhs quarry team and rock walls were cut to create ramps for the skaters. The boulders were then processed into individual skatepark obstacles at Steinriket and installed back into the quarry. The location, the hard larvikite and the skaters’ ability to make the impossible possible, was the perfect fusion to create a truly spectacular film. Following the process from start to finish, the film shows the stone being cut out of the quarry, being shaped into skatepark obstacles and then being tested out by the skaters themselves.
Photo below: A rock wall was cut into a ramp in the quarry so that the skaters would get enough speed. Here, Angelo Caro puts it to the test. Photo: Gaston Fransisco /Red Bull