Conhuir & Denis Lynn in Belfast- The Scrum Tilly Lush

Here's the brother's Lynn's section from the Scrum Tilly Lush- filmed over two periods in grimey Belfast- the marching season mid June and the chilly season in late November. The most memorable trip out of the entire filming project due to the gnarly days filming during marching and the good vibes from all the fellas taking advantage of the empty riot police van ridden streets!

Conhuir & Denis Lynn in Belfast, The Scrum Tilly Lush. from Philip Evans on Vimeo.

Skedge buch

A bunch more sketch book doodles have been thrown onto the other blog.

Soy Panday & Vivien feil in Paris, The Scrum Tilly Lush

Here's the next installment of The Scrum Tilly Lush - a few sweaty sun soaked days in the French capital with Roy Sunday & his large eye-browed accomplice Vivien Feil and all their muckers.
The sheer scale of this city really does warrant a local guide when trying to navigate from spot to spot, an aul drop of cheap delicious sauce is quite the tonic after a long days ripping in this urban sprawl, good times!
Special props go to Vivien Feil, the silent ripper who was always lurking and keeping an eye on my camera bag while I was too busy to notice, plus he kills it, good man!

Soy Panday & Vivien Feil in Paris- The Scrum Tilly Lush from Philip Evans on Vimeo.


"Why don't you do a nice landscape or somethin nice"
My Da always says that, so I finally did some landscapes based on stills from the vid- but had to "ruin" them by combining them with the sketchbook characters I always draw on the bus.

This is really weird and annoying, even if I flip the image before uploading it just stays upside down?! Ah well, kill the gremlins or do a handstand. There's a few more upside down samples on the other blog.

Lennie Burmesiter in Berlin -The Scrum Tilly Lush

My lieben affair with Deutschland began at the tender age of 16 when I went on a schuleaustauch to the Bavarian town of Wurzberg with a bus load of other Bray cretins. It was quite the pleasant culture shock from the mean streets of the Braytrix to be greeted by smiling blonde beuaries, schools that imposed very very few rules, cheap beer, cheap delicious beer, a language I could kind of grasp and the ever puzzling cigarette machines in housing estates- why oh why were they not vandilised? I mean, they were in the housing estate, just like electricity boxes, there to be wrecked, but these contained smokes! A foreign concept indeed!
I subsequently returned to Germany a few times but had never made it to the capital until I ventured to Berlin late last year for an 11th hour filming mission with local all terrain rumbler Lennie Burmeister. I didn't know a lot about Leonard's skating and was pleastanly introduced to his home city with a savage display of footwork at some of the best spots I have ever witnessed, not to mention the good vibes, cheap beer, cheap wine and cheap beer. Berlin is a pretty inspirational city just to walk around, so many things to catch the eye to the point that I never had time to even contemplate bashing up any cigarette machines.

Lennie Burmesiter in Berlin, The Scrum Tilly Lush. from Philip Evans on Vimeo.

All pretentious arty happenings are being posted on the other blog.