This summer King Shit x CONS decided to throw a $5,000 winner-take-all video/photo contest. It had no rules to speak of, people could enter whatever the hell they wanted to.  We didn't give a shit what it was, so long as it was creative and fun. Something experimental and bizarre, a straight up skate video, or something with a plot or narrative—whatever. Well, the response was phenomenal. We had 26 entries from across Canada (though only 18 teams could pull off their entries within the 10 day deadline) all of which can be seen over at our Connect the Dots video channel. But here, collected for your viewing pleasure, are our final Top 10 entries. Enjoy.


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On October 26 2010 at 8:04 PM patrice said:

i just watched all the vids, either something is crooked with your judges or you guys get no ass at all, that was weak, and so were all those hoes. brutal. i'm disappointed because there were so many other orginal quality vids. chumps. i hope all those dicks overdose on their prize money. out.

On October 27 2010 at 1:43 PM Tall said:

I still don't understand how the last conception of paul otvos DIDN'T win... i mean... COME ON.

On October 28 2010 at 7:53 PM Badger said:

Excellent capture of a day in the good life of a skateboarder. Great editing and skating.

On November 2 2010 at 10:44 PM Jimmy Z said:

Green Apple was best by far.
I thought the entries were supposed to incorporate video AND photos? Most of those vids didn't have a single photo.

On November 8 2010 at 7:17 AM tim said:

who won anyways?

team egg was the best

On November 18 2010 at 11:40 PM Kerrminator/DaveyGravey/Lunchbox said:

Shitting on a shirt, riding around in a limo, shotguning beers, smoking blunts and shredding while traveling across Canada, wow this crew did did it right!

On January 19 2011 at 4:37 PM Jon Smith said:

Sluts in Heat won not because of the girls, but because of the actual filming and editing. It was put together like a brilliant B-Movie trailer should be. The first half of the vid has nothing to do with why it won, sad to say. This shouldnt have been entered in this contest as the video has nothing to do with skateboarding, it was most likely a film students final project.

On January 20 2011 at 2:46 PM Jon Smith said:


The song in the Baitshop video is a Kid Cudi cover by Lissie, check it.