No, your eyes don't deceive you – this is a new Rodney Mullen part. Skateboarding's most groundbreaking pioneer has battled serious injuries over the best part of the last decade, and while his days of hitting the streets likely ended with Round 3 back in 2004, his freestyle repertoire is back and as mesmerising as ever.
Liminal certainly isn't your average video part. Film director Steven Sebring loaned out his 360-degree camera to Dhani Harrison – son of the Beatle, George – who went ahead and contributed to this creative piece for Vogue Magazine, of all publications. It's a bit bizarre on the surface, but trust us, you'll enjoy this. It's Rodney, after all.
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