PHOTOGALLERY: MATTHIAS DANDOIS / 2019

When not riding, acting or modeling, Matthias Dandois is capturing moments with his camera. Here, he shares some of his favorite memories from 2019.

Click below to check out the full photo gallery, and be sure to follow Matthias’ photography Insta account @taxecarbone.

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Archived: Matthias Dandois

Matthias Roof2_Timothy-Burkhart

Matthias Dandois rolled through Chicago to take part in some Bakery projects last summer and during his time in town we got to shoot some photos on the roof of the Bakery. Kachinsky had a stage built by the midwest’s favorite carpenter, the one and only Jeff K for Mathias to shred on and he didn’t disappoint. It was an amazing shoot and I had a hell of a time hanging off the edge of the top of the roof to get some crazy angles; it was a great summer day spent with some new and old friends. This photo never really had a home, so I figured it was best to share it here.

By The Numbers: Matthias Dandois

We’ve written down 100 random questions and assorted topics, all of which are unbeknownst to our victims. We will be asking people to pick 20 random numbers from 1-100 and then supplying them with those questions/topics to answer. Who knows what might come up!?!?!

Up Next is the French flatland wizard and current owner of a fresh “Bakery” tattoo..Matthias Dandois!

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On This Date Last Year…

We premiered the Odyssey Palm Springs trip edit.

Matthias

Stoked on this! Some awesome slowmotion footage from Hadrien Picard using the Sony FS700 at 240 frames per second with Matthias Dandois.

Valentino, Kalkoff & Dandois in NYC

Enjoyed this.

Few weeks ago, Alex Valentino, Kevin Kalkoff and Matthias Dandois Flew over the Atlantic to meet up with best spots in NYC supported by Ralphy Ramos, the best spot finder over there.

Here is the result with the Film edited by Thibaut Grevet.

Courtesy of The Diggest

Matthias Dandois/Vans Video

I’ll be the first to admit that my flatland knowledge is incredibly limited, but style, flow, and originality on a BMX bike are instantly apparent in a rider of any discipline. I’m into anything Matthias Dandois puts out, and his new edit for Vans is on point.